An Immigrant of 1824
Tasmanian Historical Research Association, 1973 - Great Britain - 47 pages
An account of George Robinson's life up until his arrival in Van Diemen's Land in 1824, primarily from his diary kept while sailing as a steerage passenger in 1824.
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