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A planter's experience in Fiji : being a concise account of the country, its present condition, and its prospects as a field for emigration

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  • Catalogue title
    • A planter's experience in Fiji : being a concise account of the country, its present condition, and its prospects as a field for emigration / by F.J. Moss
  • Type
  • Identifiers
    • DU600 MOS  (Call Number)
    • AC911 v.14  (Call Number)
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  • Physical description
    64 pages, 2 unnumbered folded leaves of plates : maps ; 22 cm
  • Production
    Moss, Frederick J. (Frederick Joseph), 1829-1904, author (Creator)
    Printed by Jones and Tombs (Publisher)
    Auckland  (Place of occurrence)
    1870
  • Subject
  • Citation
    A planter's experience in Fiji : being a concise account of the country, its present condition, and its prospects as a field for emigration
  • Notes
    • Foldout maps
    • "Incorporates in revised form the material in his 1868 letters in the Otago Daily Times and the partial version of this, A month in Fiji"--Bagnall 3653.
    • Inscription on AWMM copy in New Zealand pamphlets: From F.J. Moss to the Auckland Museum.

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