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The Founders of Australia: A Biographical Dictionary of the First Fleet

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Subscriber's Edition No 514 of 2500 copies. Dust jacket and book in very good condition with some small chips to the top edges of the jacket. Book, red cloth with gilt titles front and spine. On 13 May 1787 more than 1500 people sailed with the eleven ships of the First Fleet to become the founder’s of the modern nation of Australia. After 20 years of research by Mollie Gillen has produced the most comprehensive study to date of the people of the First Fleet. Based largely on original sources in Britain and Australia, it functions both as a detailed historical reference work with much new information and also as a very readable social history.

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Author(s):
Gillen, Mollie
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
6¾" X 9¾" X 1¾"
Edition:
First
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0908120699
Number of pages:
624
Publisher:
Library of Australian History 1989

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Subscriber's Edition No 514 of 2500 copies. Dust jacket and book in very good condition with some small chips to the top edges of the jacket. Book, red cloth with gilt titles front and spine. On 13 May 1787 more than 1500 people sailed with the eleven ships of the First Fleet to become the founder’s of the modern nation of Australia. After 20 years of research by Mollie Gillen has produced the most comprehensive study to date of the people of the First Fleet. Based largely on original sources in Britain and Australia, it functions both as a detailed historical reference work with much new information and also as a very readable social history.

Author(s):
Gillen, Mollie
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
6¾" X 9¾" X 1¾"
Edition:
First
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0908120699
Number of pages:
624
Publisher:
Library of Australian History 1989

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