Journal of a Rambler: The Journal of John Boultbee
Oxford University Press, 1986 - 225 էջ
Story of John Boultbee's travels in the early nineteenth century. Includes observations of Aboriginal people during experiences at Hobart Town, Port Jackson and Swan River.
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