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#19829 - A Stroll to Rob Roy

Resource ID
19829
Title/subtitle
A Stroll to Rob Roy
Author/Creator
Hall, Michael
Format
Journal article
Publisher
Canberra & District Historical Society
Summary
Mt. Rob Roy is the highest point in the Canberra Nature Park. The Newsletter article discusses how the mountain got its name and suggests links back to the Jacobite era of Scottish history. The article examines part of the history of Royalla, Williamsdale, Guises Creek and the Mt. Campbell area. It mentions the bushfires and the link between Rob Roy and the Campbell family.
Location
Newsletters
Availability
Copies available for purchase