Centenary of Walla Walla New South Wales 1869-1969, celebrated 21st to 27th January, 1969

Cover of: Centenary of Walla Walla New South Wales 1869-1969, celebrated 21st to 27th January, 1969 |

Published by [The Authors] in Walla Walla, N.S.W .

Written in English

Read online

Places:

  • Walla Walla, N.S.W.

Subjects:

  • Walla Walla, N.S.W.

Edition Notes

Cover title.

Book details

Statement[by Des Kennedy and others]
ContributionsKennedy, Des.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDU180.W32 C4
The Physical Object
Pagination57 p.
Number of Pages57
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4652898M
LC Control Number77498645

Download Centenary of Walla Walla New South Wales 1869-1969, celebrated 21st to 27th January, 1969

English, Book, Illustrated edition: Centenary of Walla Walla, New South Walescelebrated 21st to 27th January, / [Des Kennedy, editor ; Publication Committee]. Get this edition User activity. Centenary of Walla Walla, New South wales; celebrated 21st to 27th January ; By: N/A.

Price: $ Publisher: Henty - an Observer production: 9 May – John Plunkett, Attorney-General of New South Wales (born ) 16 June – Charles Sturt, explorer (born ) 4 September – John Pascoe Fawkner, pioneer (born ) 6 November – Charles Flaxman, chief clerk of South Australia (born )Decades: s, s, s, s, s.

What is aborigine. A member of the indigenous or earliest known population of a region a native. Hair tell story The Aboriginal was one of the earlier genetic evidence showing that once the Aborigines’ ancestors arrived in Australia, it was o years ago, somehow they.

Toowoomba North State School, centenary souvenir: dedicated with affectionate regards to the teachers, pupils and committee of [S.l Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Australia Northern Territory Darwin Centenary of Darwin, - (AD) Mint: K.G.

Luke, Melbourne Other Details: A gilt medal with blue ribbon and safety-pin for wearing struck to commemorate the centenary of Darwin featuring, over a map of the Northern Territory with Darwin shown as a dot, from left to right, a boomarang, ship, radio transmitter, aircraft and.

what happened in Australia in. Full text of "The Daily Colonist ()" See other formats.

34042 views Friday, November 20, 2020