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Discovery of Gippsland : [George McKillop's expedition : discussions from various sources] / McKillop, G
Bib ID 7340824
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
McKillop, George, author
 
Description 4 leaves ; 28 cm 
Notes

Title from caption.

A photocopy of a hand-written letter.

Subjects MacKillop, G. (George).  |  Gippsland (Vic.) -- History -- 19th century.  |  Australian
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