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Mary Reibey by Kathleen J Pullen
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Mary Reibey

by Kathleen J Pullen

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AUSTRALASIAN & PACIFIC HISTORY: C 1750 TO C 1900. AUSTRALIAN. This is a fascinating life story of a remarkable woman. It is also a rich, colourful and authentic portrait of early colonial life, from the corridors of power to the crime-filled alleyways infesting the wharves and waterfront of the young settlement.… (more)
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Mary Reibey : the woman on the $20 note by Kathleen J. Pullen

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AUSTRALASIAN & PACIFIC HISTORY: C 1750 TO C 1900. AUSTRALIAN. This is a fascinating life story of a remarkable woman. It is also a rich, colourful and authentic portrait of early colonial life, from the corridors of power to the crime-filled alleyways infesting the wharves and waterfront of the young settlement.

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