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Glen Innes Heritage Study Historical Archaeological Component.
CreatorThorp W.ContributorWendy ThorpDate2012DescriptionType of report: Survey/Assessment. Work undertaken at Glen Innes, NSW 2370. The client for this work was Glen Innes Shire Council. Document condition: Original master copy/Original master copy.LanguageengSubjectCommunicationIndustryTowns, suburbs and villagesTransportRelated time period19th and 20th centuryGeographic coverageGlen Innes Severn CouncilGoughTypeTechnical ReportIdentifierdoi:10.4227/11/504D628FB5AE7CollectionNSW Archaeology Online
Glen Innes Heritage Study Historical Archaeological Component. (01/01/2012 - 31/12/2012),University of Sydney Library, accessed 30 Nov 2022, https://digital.library.sydney.edu.au/nodes/view/10009