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TEAMS AND TEAMSTERS by Peter J., Gail DREEZENS and Angela TEAGUE = edited by BRIDGE ISBN 13: 9780859054331

ISBN 10: 0859054330

Unknown; Carlisle, Hesperian; ISBN-13: 978-0859054331

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TEAMS AND TEAMSTERS

by BRIDGE, Peter J., Gail DREEZENS and Angela TEAGUE = edited by

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first edition - large booklet, stiff card covers
ISBN 13
9780859054331
ISBN 10
0859054330
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Western Australia, Australia
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Carlisle, Hesperian first edition - large booklet, stiff card covers The book explaines the value of Teams, camels, horses, bullocks, mules, and donkeys. Each had its merits, and each has its problems. An informative book on Teams and Teamsters, different country, different animals, cartage weights, cartage prices, different environmental lands and the problems encountered by Teams and Teamsters of our past. 298 x 210mm., pp. x, 137, b/w plates, index of Western Australian people and Companies. Large booklet, pictorial card covers. As new. FINE ISBN: 9780859054331
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