Land Of Promise / The History Of The Rise And Progress Of The New British Province Of South Australia; Including Particulars Descriptive Of Its Soil, Climate, Natural Productions, &C. ... Embracing Also A Full Account Of The South Australian Company, With Hints To Various Classes Of Emigrants, And Numerous Letters From Settlers Concerning Wages, Provisions, Their Satisfaction With The Colony, &C

Land Of Promise / The History Of The Rise And Progress Of The New British Province Of South Australia; Including Particulars Descriptive Of Its Soil, Climate, Natural Productions, &C. ... Embracing Also A Full Account Of The South Australian Company, With Hints To Various Classes Of Emigrants, And Numerous Letters From Settlers Concerning Wages, Provisions, Their Satisfaction With The Colony, &C

written by John Stephens (London, England: Smith, Elder & Co., 1839), 264 page(s)

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Field of Interest
World History
Author
John Stephens
Publisher
Smith, Elder & Co.
Content Type
Non-fiction
Format
Text
Page Count
264
Publication Year
1839
Publisher
Smith, Elder & Co.
Place Published / Released
London, England
Subject
World History, History, Climate and the Environment, Imperialism and Colonialism, Migration and Diaspora, Race and Gender, Immigration and emigration, Imperialism, Climate and the Environment, Imperialism and Colonialism, Migration and Diaspora, Race and Gender, Clima e Meio-Ambiente, Clima y Medio Ambiente, Imperialismo e Colonialismo, Imperialismo y Colonialismo, Migración y Diáspora, Migração e Diáspora, Raça e Gênero, Raza y Género, South Australian Company, London, England, South Australia, Industrialization and Western Global Hegemony (1750–1914)
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Clima e Meio-Ambiente, Clima y Medio Ambiente, Imperialismo e Colonialismo, Imperialismo y Colonialismo, Migración y Diáspora, Migração e Diáspora, Raça e Gênero, Raza y Género

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