Early American-Australian relations

from the arrival of the Spaniards in America to the close of 1830
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Melbourne University Press in association with Oxford University Press , Melbourne, [London]
Statementforeword by S.H. Roberts.
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The chapter headings cited should indicate, as a careful reading of the text will confirm, that the title of the book is a misnomer. Levi is not concerned with the general question of American-Australian relations; his. Early American-Australian Relations from the Arrival of the Spaniaras in America to the Close of By Gordon Greenwood.

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