Scottish places names in Australia

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Prentis, Malcolm. (2004) Scottish places names in Australia. Australian Folklore: a yearly journal of folklore studies. 19(November), pp. 43 - 51.
AuthorsPrentis, Malcolm
Year2004
JournalAustralian Folklore: a yearly journal of folklore studies
Journal citation19 (November), pp. 43 - 51
PublisherAustralian Folklore Association
ISSN0819-0852
Page range43 - 51
Research GroupSchool of Arts
Place of publicationAustralia
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