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Terre Napoleon (edition 2008)

by Susan Hunt, Paul Carter

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Title:Terre Napoleon
Authors:Susan Hunt
Other authors:Paul Carter
Info:Historic Houses Trust Of New South Wales (2008), Hardcover, 156 pages
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Tags:History, Natural History, Art, Australian, French

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Terre Napoleon: Australia Through French Eyes, 1800-1804 by Susan Hunt

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Includes many exquisite watercolours from the Lesueur Collection at the Museum d'Histoire Naturelle Le Havre and explores the story behind the Baudin expedition which produced these remarkable images. A voyage born of revolutionary times, these images are what what remains of Napoleon's ambition to establish a new scientific empire.… (more)

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