Memories of Aberfeldy
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Memories of Aberfeldy by Elizabeth Stirling

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Published by Hamilton Education Centre in [Hamilton, Australia .
Written in English



  • Australia


  • Stirling, Elizabeth.,
  • Richardson, Neil H.,
  • Australia -- Biography.

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Cover title.

Statementby Elizabeth Stirling. Memories of the Jordan in the Depression / by Neil H. Richardson.
ContributionsRichardson, Neil H.
LC ClassificationsCT2806 .S74
The Physical Object
Pagination41 leaves ;
Number of Pages41
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4199262M
LC Control Number80478224

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