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Fading footprints / by Dennis and Pamela Parker
Bib ID 85342
Format BookBook
Author
Parker, Dennis
 
Description Peterborough, S. Aust. : Dennis and Pamela Parker, 2001 
1 v. (various pagings). : illustrations, portraits ; 30 cm. 
Subjects Pioneers -- South Australia -- Yongala Region -- Biography.  |  Frontier and pioneer life -- South Australia -- Yongala Region.  |  Cemeteries -- South Australia -- Yongala Region.  |  Yongala Region (S.A.) -- History.  |  Yongala Region (S.A.) -- Genealogy.
Other authors/contributors Parker, Pamela, J
Available From Box 188, Peterborough SA 5422 

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