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6 edition of The Trans-Australian Wonderland found in the catalog.

The Trans-Australian Wonderland

A.G. Bolam

The Trans-Australian Wonderland

by A.G. Bolam

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  • 39 Currently reading

Published by University of Western Australia Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Description and travel,
  • Western Australia,
  • Natural history,
  • Australia,
  • South Australia

  • Edition Notes

    Historical Reprints

    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages135
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8300900M
    ISBN 100855641398
    ISBN 109780855641399

    This photo is reproduced in Bolam's book, The Trans Australian Wonderland with the inscription: 'Wild Blacks just in from the Musgrave Ranges, and clother by Mrs. Daisy Bates' Creator Anthony Gladstone Bolam Control AA /3/ Quantity 1 35mm . ALEXANDER, H.T. African tightrope. My two years as Nkrumah's chief of staff. London, Pall Mall Press, (). Cloth, with dust-jacket. XII, pp. - Alexander became the first professional British soldier to serve the head of an independent African state: Ghana.

    The origins of The Alice can be traced back to when Railways of Australia suggested that one of the four weekly Indian Pacific services from Sydney to Perth be diverted to Alice Springs. In October a trial run was operated carrying media representatives, travel managers and rail First service: 14 November The Trans-Australian Wonderland (facsimile edn), University of Western Australia The Trans-Australian Wonderland (facsimile edn), University of Western Australia The Author: M. Brady.

    Rare Childrens Book; Rare Classical Philology; Rare Cookery; Rare Country History; Rare Early Editions; Rare Economy; Rare Fashion; Rare Gardening; Rare Genealogy; Rare Heraldry; Rare Illustrated Books; Rare Languages; Rare Law; Rare Literature; Rare Manuscripts & Autographs; Rare Mathematics; Rare Medicine; Rare Militaria & War; Rare Music. the trans - australian wonderland by bolam, a. g; zane grey's western magazine no. 47 - this nettle danger by raine, william macleod; newton dogvane - a story of english country life by francis, francis with illustrations by leech, john; a tale of the lands which embrace famous "tullaree" by fitzgerald, bryan.


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The Trans-Australian Wonderland by A.G. Bolam Download PDF EPUB FB2

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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. A Author: A. G Bolam. About this Item: Modern Printing Company Ltd, Melbourne, Hardcover.

Condition: Very good. 6th edition. A description of 'Ooldea', a station on the Trans-Australian Railway, the border of the Nullarbor Plain, the aborigines, the wildlife of the area.

8vo, pp., red cloth boards, black text and deco on cover, map at back of railway, dj dusty, chipped, stained on spine, internally. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus The Trans-Australian Wonderland book is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction The Trans-Australian Wonderland book pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bolam, A.G. Trans-Australian wonderland. Melbourne: Modern Printing Co., (OCoLC) Document Type. The book has some full-page b/w plates and a folding map at the end. Size Hmm Wmm Object Registration Historical information Born inAnthony Bolam was the Station Master at Ooldea Siding on the Trans-Australian Railway from to About this Item: University of Western Australia Press, Perth (first publishedie the 6th edition), x cms, pp + fold out map, very good+ hardback & dustwrapper (owner's inscription) Bolam worked on the Trans-Australian railway and this book was the first (and only) account of the animals and Aborigines who lived there.

THE TRANS AUSTRALIAN WONDERLAND BY A.G. BOLAM () A unique book covering not only travel of the Nullarbor country but also detailed photos and content of The aboriginal tribes, vegetation and animals. Notes on remnants of tribes congregating at Ooldea from Macdonnel, Musgrave, Everard ranges, and elsewhere; Shelters and camps, food and cooking, clothing.

The trans-Australian wonderland of which Bolam writes is the land lying between eastern and western Australia.

Generally regarded as marginal desert, the land for a long time was inhabited by Aborigines and visited only by explorers bent on survival. Bolam's book was the first account compiled by a person who had lived in the area for some. The Nullarbor Plain (/ ˈ n ʌ l ər b ɔːr / NUL-ər-bor; Latin: nulla feminine of nullus, "no", and arbor, "tree") is part of the area of flat, almost treeless, arid or semi-arid country of southern Australia, located on the Great Australian Bight coast with the Great Victoria Desert to its north.

It is the world's largest single exposure of limestone bedrock, and occupies an area of about. The Trans-Australian Wonderland [5] Brockman: Report on the Exploration of North-West Kimberley, [6] Fraser, John: The Aborigines of Australia: Their Ethnic Position and Relations [7] Howitt: Native Tribes of South-East Australia [8] Kenyon, Justine: The Aboriginal Word Book [9] Lang, Andrew: The Secret of the Totem [10] Leach: An.

A.G. Bolam published a book 'The Trans-Australian Wonderland' in The attached image shows Aboriginal people who may have died, which may cause sadness and distress to their relatives. Care and discretion should be used when viewing the image. Refine search results Skip to search results.

Search within these results: Go. Refine Search. The Trans-Australian Wonderland. Price: $ Item Details for The Trans-Australian $ Item Details for Australian Aboriginal Art. A Souvenir Book of Aboriginal Art in the Australian National Gallery.

Chalmers, James. Pioneer Life and. The Trans-Australian Wonderland. Along the Trans-Australian Railway. illus. with 24 full page plates t/out.

& folding map at rear pub. Melb. Modern Printing Company revised and enlarged. Preface to this edition dated July, or. red cl. (spine faded) 12mo. ppmo. pp The trans-Australian wonderland Melbourne: Modern Printing, (many editions in the early 20th century) Edmonds, Jack () Nullarbor crossing: with panorama photographs by Brian Gordon.

Perth. West Australian Newspapers, Periodicals Division. ISBN ; Other websites. Media related to Nullarbor at Wikimedia Commons.

THE TRANS AUSTRALIAN WONDERLAND BY A.G. BOLAM () A unique book covering not only travel of the Nullarbor country but also detailed photos and content of The aboriginal tribes, vegetation and animals. The Trans-Australian Wonderland. Melbourne: McCubbin-James Press, First edition. Octavo, illustrated wrappers (small chip and wear), pp.

97, illustrated. The Aboriginal inhabitants and natural environment of Western and South Australia. Jersey Stud Book of Australia Vol. XLIII, by (The Australian Jersey Herd Society) Noble Lovers by Owen, D.

R; Waiapu The story of a Diocese by ROSEVEAR, Watson; Alice In Wonderland And Through The Looking Glass. Illustrated by John Tenniel by Carroll, Lewis; Ballet An Illustrated History by Crisp, Clement and Mary Clarke.

The trans-Australian wonderland Melbourne: Modern Printing, (many editions in the early 20th century) Edmonds, Jack () Nullarbor crossing: with panorama photographs by Brian Gordon.

Perth. West Australian Newspapers, Periodicals Division. ISBN ; External links. Daisy Bates - Discussed by Nicolas Peterson The red border first drew my attention to this slide that was housed with a large collection of others. The slides apparently belonged to an academic at the University of Adelaide and a number of them were labelled as from the west coast of South Australia.

So the identification of the woman with her back to the camera as Daisy Bates. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. The Trans-Australian wonderland. 7th edition. Melbourne, Barker & Company, The book includes important vocabularies of the languages of Taheite, New Zealand, New Holland, Savoo, Batavia (Low Malay), the coast of Malabar, Sumatra, Ceram, Madagascar, and of the natives on the river Gambia in Africa.

The Batavia, shipwrecked on her.Born: Died: Anthony Bolam was the Station Master at Ooldea Siding on the Trans-Australian Railway from to Bolam was a keen photographer, and took many photographs of the Australian Aboriginal people, some of which were included in his book The Trans-Australian Wonderland.

The South Australian Museum Archives contains photographs .ASTN RNAR ty. L. Established (A.C.N. ) AN 3 7 3 Postal Address: Electronic communications: P.O. BoxTelephone: +61 (0)3