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#18854 - Edward John Eyre: Queanbeyan district landowner overlander and explorer: especially his relationships with local aboriginal people and convicts

Resource ID
18854
Title/subtitle
Edward John Eyre: Queanbeyan district landowner overlander and explorer: especially his relationships with local aboriginal people and convicts
Author/Creator
Waterhouse, Jill
Format
Journal article
Identifier
Edward Abell, Henry Colden Antill, Bessie Balcombe, Jane Balcombe, Lucia Elizabeth Balcombe, William Balcombe, Jane Baxter, John Baxter, Timothy Beard, Archibald Bell, William Bell, Owen Bowen, Charles Campbell, Robert Campbell, Thomas Carlyle, Cootachah, Jane Crawford, Charles Dickens, Dumaresq., Edward John Eyre, Mary Eyre, Robert Futter, Ann Gore, John Hawdon, Joseph Hawdon, Hamilton Hume, Joshuing, John Lhotsky, John Marley, James McGillivray, Thomas Mitchell, John S Morphy, Stewart Mowle, James Murray, Napoleon, Neramberein, Richard Popham, Henry J Rous, John Ruskin, Thomas Rutledge, William Rutledge, Henry Gilbert Smith, Elizabeth Ann Styles, James Richard Styles, Umallie, Wilkin, James Wright, W Davis Wright, Wylie, Yalbone, Yaldwyne, Queanbeyan, Aborigines, Adelaide, Albany, Araluen, Balcombes Hill, Bells Line of Road, Bergalia, Bogong Moths, Briars, Carwoola, Chestnut Park, Clyde Mountain, Cooma Cottage, Delegate, Duntroon, Eucla, Friday Plain, Ginninderra, Googong Dam, Goulburn River, Great Australian Bight, Gundaroo, Hobart, Jamaica, Lanyon, Limestone Plains, London Bridge, Lumley, Manly, Marley Plains, Molonglo River, Moorundie, Moruya, Murray River, Nelanglo, Port Phillip, Primrose Valley Creek, Salix babylonica, St Helena, Tarago, Tinderry Range, Weeping willows, Woden, Woodlands, Yarralumla
Publisher
Canberra & District Historical Society
Location
Journals No.41
Availability
Not for loan. Copies available for sale.