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City of Adelaide : historic clipper ship / author: Steve McNicol
Bib ID 7013576
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
McNicol, Steve, author
 
Description Elizabeth, SA : Railmac Publications, [2015] 
©2015 
28 pages : illustrations and portraits (some colour) ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9781864771067
Series

Mini profile series ; no. 10.

Summary

Includes information on the ship's specifications, construction materials, voyages between London and South Australia from 1864 to 1887, captains and passengers, the different uses of the ship and, finally, its preservation in recent years.

Notes

Text and colour illustrations on inside covers.

"Code: 0205"--Title page verso.

Subjects City of Adelaide (Ship)  |  Clipper ships -- South Australia -- Adelaide.  |  Passenger ships -- South Australia -- History -- 19th century.  |  Australian

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