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A city by a river : a pictorial view of Melbourne from pre-historic times to the present day / Rolf Heimann
Bib ID 556542
Format BookBook
Author
Heimann, Rolf, 1940-
 
Description Melbourne : Oxford University Press, 1987 
[32] p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm. 
ISBN 0195547403
Summary

Illustrated history of Melbourne for young readers ; includes depictions of first Aboriginal inhabitants and initial contact with Europeans.

Notes

For children.

Subjects History - Cultural.  |  Race relations - Representation - History.  |  Settlement and contacts - Explorers - European.  |  Melbourne (Vic.) -- Pictorial works -- Juvenile literature.  |  Melbourne (Vic SJ55-05)

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