Spinks Cottage: Heritage, history and use

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Bishop, Catherine. (2015) Spinks Cottage: Heritage, history and use. In In A. Cooper, L. Paterson and A. Wanhalla (Ed.). The lives of colonial objects pp. 72 - 77 Otago University Press.
AuthorsBishop, Catherine
EditorsA. Cooper, L. Paterson and A. Wanhalla
Page range72 - 77
Year2015
Book titleThe lives of colonial objects
PublisherOtago University Press
Place of publicationNew Zealand
ISBN9781927322024
Research GroupSchool of Arts
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