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The Land of the Lyre Bird: A Story of Early Settlement in the Great Forest of South Gippsland

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Title: The Land of the Lyre Bird: A Story of Early Settlement in the Great Forest of South Gippsland
Author(s): Elms, A. W.
Coverdale, T. J.
Elms, F. P.
Gillan, Miss
Holmes, W. H. C.
Gillan, A.
Burchett, Caleb
Nicholas, Albert
Horsley, T. W.
Dowel, H.
Eccles, J.
Dodd, Frank
Fuller, Mrs. R. J.
Cook, L. C.
Lardner, J.
Murray, Reginald A. F.
Groom, A. C.
Elliott, W. M.
Smith, Mrs. A. R.
Thomas, W. C.
Glew, J.
Horner, T.
Johnstone, W.
Hansen, M.
Fuller, R. J.
Halford, M.
Moore, W.
Black, J. A.
McLeod, D.
Western, J.
Matheson, G.
Scott, R. N.
Williams, W. J.
Rainbow, W.
Langham, J.
Rainbow, J.
McKenzie McHarg, W.
Cornall, R.
Sheepway, E.
Halford, J.
Williams, Mrs. W. J.
Finn, Miss. F.
Young, R. S. B.
McLean, A.
Elms, Miss C.
Watson, Wm.
Brett, Ben.
Baker, James
Hansen, M. C. L.
Smith, The Rev. Jas.
Williamson, E. F.
Johnson, Miss. M. C.
Watkinson, P. H.
Date published: 1920
Publisher: Published for the Committee of the South Gippsland Pioneers' Association by Gordon and Gotch (Australasia) Limited, 124-126 Queen St, Melbourne
Description: 
Being a description of the Big Scrub in its Virgin State with its Birds and Animals, and of the Adventures and Hardship of its Early Explorers and Prospectors Also Accounts by the Settlers of the Clearing Settlement, and Development of the Country
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/205419
ISBN: 095992700X :

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