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Sunny South Australia: its city-towns, seaports, beauty-spots, fruit,… (edition 1908)

by May Vivienne

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Title:Sunny South Australia: its city-towns, seaports, beauty-spots, fruit, vineyards, and flowers; its wheat, wool, wine, she
Authors:May Vivienne
Info:Adelaide : Hussey & Gillingham, 1908.
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Sunny South Australia, Its City-Towns,Seaports,Beauty-spots, Fruit, Vineyards, and Flowers:Its Wheat, Wool, Wine, Sheep, Dairying, Copper, Iron, Phosphates, and other Progressive Industries from 1837 to 1908, with map, 4,000 miles of travel, first edition by May Vivienne

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