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Record #17697:

The development of the guano trade from Hobart Town in the fifties and sixties / William Edward Lodewyck Hamilton Crowther.

Title: The development of the guano trade from Hobart Town in the fifties and sixties / William Edward Lodewyck Hamilton Crowther.
Author(s): Crowther, William Edward Lodewyck Hamilton.
Date: 1938 [pub.1939]
Abstract: History of guano trade from islands in Bass Strait and south-western Pacific islands, 1854-73.
Notes:

Offprint: Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania. :213-220.

Keywords: 553.64 -- Phosphates, mineral deposits.
93 -- History.
V -- History.
(946) -- Tasmania.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-BMT: Basement BB Roberts Cabinet
SPRI record no.: 17697

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