The Resource Vocabulary of the language spoken by the natives in latitudes 23 [degrees] to 28 [degrees] S., as obtained by a member of my expedition

Vocabulary of the language spoken by the natives in latitudes 23 [degrees] to 28 [degrees] S., as obtained by a member of my expedition

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Vocabulary of the language spoken by the natives in latitudes 23 [degrees] to 28 [degrees] S., as obtained by a member of my expedition
Title
Vocabulary of the language spoken by the natives in latitudes 23 [degrees] to 28 [degrees] S., as obtained by a member of my expedition
Title variation
An expedition across Australia from south to north between the Telegraph Line and the Queensland boundary in 1885-6
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Describes the author's observations as he travels from Hergott Springs, in South Australia to Port Darwin in the north; desribes natural resources and geographical landmarks; includes a word list obtained by an unnamed member of the expedition
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Fmn9-Z_j-KA
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Cataloging source
XNLS
Dewey number
919.429
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Vocabulary of the language spoken by the natives in latitudes 23 [degrees] to 28 [degrees] S., as obtained by a member of my expedition
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Publication
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Photocopy
Control code
000011430825
Extent
p. 18-22
Label
Vocabulary of the language spoken by the natives in latitudes 23 [degrees] to 28 [degrees] S., as obtained by a member of my expedition
Publication
Note
Photocopy
Control code
000011430825
Extent
p. 18-22

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