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Under the burning sun : a history of colonial South Australia, 1836-1900 / R.M. Gibbs
Bib ID 6414892
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Gibbs, R. M. (Ronald Malcolm), 1938-, author
 
Description Adelaide Peacock Publications for Southern Heritage, 2013 
©2013 
viii, 679 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm. 
ISBN 9781921601859
Summary

History of South Australia, from settlement in 1836 to the time of Australia's Federation in 1901.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (pages 612-645) and index.

Subjects South Australia -- History.  |  Australian
Available From PO Box 6332, Halifax Street, Adelaide, SA, 5000 

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