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Title: Is Jave-la-Grande Australia? The Linguistic Evidence Concerning the West Coast
Authors: Richardson, W A R
Keywords: Maritime history
Maritime navigation
Bill Richardson
Issue Date: 1983
Publisher: The Globe
Citation: Richardson, W.A.R. 1983. Is Jave-la-Grande Australia? The Linguistic Evidence Concerning the West Coast. The Globe 19, 9-46.
Abstract: Alexander Dalrymple was by no means alone in assuming that Jave-la-Grande was Australia. James Burney stated that he found too many similarities between the east coast of Jave-la-Grande and the then known outline of Australia's east coast to be produced solely by chance. The author sets out the evidence to counter this view.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/25623
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