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SHADOW OVER TASMANIA: THE WHOLE STORY OF THE CONVICTS, THE TRUTH ABOUT THE STATE'S CONVICT HISTORY

by SMITH, COULTMAN

Condition: G IN WRAPS. LIGHTLY WORN & EDGEWORN. Pages: 150.


HOBART, TASMANIA: J. WALCH & SONS. G IN WRAPS. LIGHTLY WORN & EDGEWORN. Pages: 150. . 1961. 13TH EDITION. TRADE PAPERBACK.. SMALL STICKER SCAR & FAINT DAMPSTAINS AT REAR. TEXT CLEAN, BINDING INTACT. .
  • Bookseller: Vintage-Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: MASTER262779I
  • Title: SHADOW OVER TASMANIA: THE WHOLE STORY OF THE CONVICTS, THE TRUTH ABOUT THE STATE'S CONVICT HISTORY
  • Author: SMITH, COULTMAN
  • Illustrator: ILLUSTRATED BY PHOTOGRAPHS
  • Format/binding: TRADE PAPERBACK.
  • Book condition: Used - G IN WRAPS. LIGHTLY WORN & EDGEWORN. Pages: 150.
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: 13TH EDITION
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: J. WALCH & SONS
  • Place: HOBART, TASMANIA
  • Date published: 1961
  • Keywords: SMALL STICKER SCAR & FAINT DAMPSTAINS AT REAR. TEXT CLEAN, BINDING INTACT., PORT ARTHUR, AUSTRALIA, HISTORY, PENAL COLONIES, TASMANIA, HISTORY, PRISONERS, PRISONS
  • Bookseller catalogs: AUSTRALIA;


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