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John Howe papers, 1810-1849

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John Howe papers, 1810-1849

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MLMSS 106

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1DrmXev9

John Howe papers, 1810-1849

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John Howe papers, 1810-1849

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John Howe papers, 1810-1849

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Date

1810-1849

Call Numbers

MLMSS 106

Record Identifier

1DrmXev9

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1 volume of textual material - Maps, manuscript, carbon typescript and printed

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Microfilm : CY 1653, frames 1-135 (MLMSS 106)

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

Include official correspondence, 1810-1849, copy of Howe's journal and papers connected with exploratory trip, 1819 and notes and newscuttings by C.H. Bertie, 1924-1927?

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John Howe papers, 1810-1849

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Information upgraded from Manuscripts Leaf Catalogue No. 1 (5-328 C) as part of the eRecords Project, 2010-2011

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John Howe, an early settler at Windsor, N.S.W., arrived by the Coromandel in 1802. He was appointed Chief Constable and Coroner for the district, and among his occupations were those of bridge-building, keeper of the ferry, settler, storekeeper and auctioneer. In 1819-1920 he led exploring parties which opened up the Upper Hunter and discovered Par...

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MLMSS 106

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1DrmXev9

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422355

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