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An encyclopaedia of New Zealand.
|Statement||A. H. McLintock: editor.|
|Contributions||McLintock, A. H. ed.|
|LC Classifications||DU405 .E5|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||67004443|
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An Encyclopaedia of New Zealand: Biographies from the Encyclopaedia Date: Ref: MS Description: Biographical entries which have been assembled to form the nucleus of a Dictionary of New Zealand biography Quantity: 5 volume(s).
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An Encyclopaedia of New Zealand was an official encyclopaedia about New Zealand, published in three volumes by the Government of New Zealand in Edited by Dr. Alexander Hare McLintock, the parliamentary historian, assisted by two others, the encyclopaedia included over 1, articles and biographies, written by contributing authors; the encyclopaedia is more comprehensive and more.
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