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Shows Land Routes of Leichhardt, 1845; Gregory, 1856; Burke and Wills, 1861; Walker, 1861; Landsborough, 1862; Mc Kinlay, 1862; Macdonald, 1864; Jack, 1881; Wrigley (Aeroplane), 1919; Ross-Smith (Aeroplane), 1919., Brisbane.
Queensland 4-mile Map, Sheet 19A, with Additions from Admiralty Charts.
Shows Sea Routes of "Pera" And "Aernem", 1623; "Limmen" (Tasman), 1644; "Investigator" (Flinders), 1802; "Beagle" (Stokes) and her Boats, 1841: and Land Routes of Leichhardt, 1845; Gregory, 1856; Burke and Wills, 1861; Walker, 1861; Landsborough, 1862; Mc Kinlay, 1862; Macdonald, 1864.
Part of Queensland 4-mile Map, Sheet 20D, with Additions from Admiralty Chart.
Shows Sea Routes of "Duyfken", 1606; "Pera" and "Aernem", 1623; "Limmen" (Tasman), 1644; "Buijs", 1756; "Rijder", 1756; "Investigator" (Flinders), 1802: and Land Routes of F. Jardine, 1864-5; Embley, 1884-95; Hey, 1892-1919; Meston, 1896; Jackson, 1902.