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by John Francis Atchison
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  • Author:
    John Francis Atchison
  • ISBN:
    0909897018
  • ISBN13:
    978-0909897017
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    Place-Names Armidale Unit of the Australian Academy of the Humanities (1973)
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a method discussion paper.

a method discussion paper. by John Francis Atchison. Published 1973 by Place-Names Armidale Unit of the Australian Academy of the Humanities in Armidale, . Includes bibliographical references. Presented to the Place-Names Committee of the Australian Academy of the Humanities.

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Background information and descriptions of methods, on the other hand .

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This is a list of Australian places named by James Cook. James Cook was the first navigator to chart most of the Australian east coast, one of the last major coastlines in the world unknown to Europeans at the time. Cook named many bays, capes and other geographic features, nearly all of which are still gazetted, and most of which are still in use today, although in some places the spelling is slightly different.