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The Resource Chronicle of Port Phillip : now the colony of Victoria from 1770 to 1840, by Henry Field Gurner ; introduced and edited by Hugh Anderson

Chronicle of Port Phillip : now the colony of Victoria from 1770 to 1840, by Henry Field Gurner ; introduced and edited by Hugh Anderson

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Chronicle of Port Phillip : now the colony of Victoria from 1770 to 1840
Title
Chronicle of Port Phillip
Title remainder
now the colony of Victoria from 1770 to 1840
Statement of responsibility
by Henry Field Gurner ; introduced and edited by Hugh Anderson
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Contributor
Subject
Genre
Summary
John Batman leaves Launceston for Port Phillip with "seven aboriginal natives of Sydney"; first contact with Aboriginal peoples near present day Geelong; "treaty" signed with local Aboriginal people for 600 000 acres of land. Scattered references throughout
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AIAS
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1819-1883
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Gurner, Henry Field
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Anderson, Hugh
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  • Port Phillip Bay Region (Vic.)
  • Melbourne (Vic.)
  • Port Phillip Bay Region (Vic.)
Label
Chronicle of Port Phillip : now the colony of Victoria from 1770 to 1840, by Henry Field Gurner ; introduced and edited by Hugh Anderson
Instantiates
Publication
Note
First published 1876 by George Robertson -- T.p verso
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. viii
Control code
M0020153
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
viii, 54 p.
Isbn
9780959649000
Other physical details
port.
Stock number
4599b
System control number
0034107
Label
Chronicle of Port Phillip : now the colony of Victoria from 1770 to 1840, by Henry Field Gurner ; introduced and edited by Hugh Anderson
Publication
Note
First published 1876 by George Robertson -- T.p verso
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. viii
Control code
M0020153
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
viii, 54 p.
Isbn
9780959649000
Other physical details
port.
Stock number
4599b
System control number
0034107

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