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The origins of Canberra
Bib ID 551800
Format BookBook
Author
Selkirk, Henry
 
Description [Sydney : Printed by D. S. Ford, 1922?] 
30 p. : ill., ports. ; 22 cm. 
Summary

History of Canberra and surrounding district; brief mention of James Ainslie's meeting with natives; place names.

Notes

Cover-title.

A paper read before the Royal Australian Historical Society, Aug. 29, 1922.

Subjects Colonisation.  |  Language - Vocabulary - Place names.  |  Canberra (A.C.T.) -- History.  |  Canberra (ACT SI55-16)

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