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Launceston Revealed - History through maps

Launceston Revealed - History through maps
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One of Australia's earliest settlements, Launceston's history can be traced through an examination of the maps that accompanied its steady growth. From sketches of the first settlement to detailed town plans and maps of sub-divisions, the growth of the small town into a 21st century city is accompanied by the coloured maps many of which have previously been unpublished are seen in context for the first time.

Published: 2019
Format: Softcover
Pages: 90
Illustrations: Colour
SKU SKU18877
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Weight 1.50 kg
Author Andrew Parsons
ISBN 9780977595556
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