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Cosme Colony Collection
New Australia and Cosme were socialist colonies founded in Paraguay in 1893 and 1894 by a group of Australians led by William Lane.
The Cosme Colony Collection is a collection of documents, personal papers, photographs and realia relating to the New Australia Colony and Cosme Colony held in Rare Books and Special Collections, University of Sydney Library. The contents of the collection are described in the Index to the Cosme Colony Collection.
The New Australia Newspaper digitised items first appeared in the Sydney Electronic Text and Image Service (SETIS) website.Collection Summaryis a collection of documents, personal papers, photographs and realia relating to the New Australia Colony and Cosme Colony held in Rare Books and Special Collections.
John Lane's notebook when he compiled the vocabulary of the Wangerriburra or Albert Tribe of Aboriginals in 1915
Cosme Colony Collection. University of Sydney Library, accessed 10/06/2023, https://digital.library.sydney.edu.au/nodes/view/6392