The dying town syndrome: a survey of urban development in the Western District of Victoria 1830-1930
Keneley, Monica 2004, The dying town syndrome: a survey of urban development in the Western District of Victoria 1830-1930, Electronic journal of Australian and New Zealand history, vol. March Issue, pp. 1-14.
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