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Through the Murray Mouth
Title : Through the Murray Mouth Through the Murray Mouth
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Source : South Australian register, 16 April 1878, p. 5
Date of creation : 1878
Format : Newspaper
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Description :

Newspaper article describing an exciting trip through the Murray Mouth. The journey was made on Captain George Johnston's steamer, The Queen of the South, which had been custom built for navigating the treacherous Mouth

Related names :

River Murray

Region : Riverland and Murraylands
Further reading :

Finnis, HJ. The Murray Mouth, reprinted from proceedings of Royal Geographical Society, South Australian branch, session 1952-1953, [Adelaide], 1973.

Linn, Rob. A land abounding: a history of the Port Elliot and Goolwa region, South Australia, Goolwa, SA: Alexandrina Council, 2001.

McLeay, Leslie. River's end: the story of Goolwa and the Murray Mouth, Beverley, SA: [s.n.], c1985.

Tolley, JC. South coast story: a history of Goolwa, Port Elliot, Middleton, and the Murray Mouth, Port Elliot, SA: District Council of Port Elliot, 1982.

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