Author:W. B. Kimberly

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W. B. Kimberly
Warren Bert Kimberly, an American, came to Australia from Chicago in the mid-1880s and edited commemorative histories of the gold mining towns of Ballarat and Bendigo. In 1897 he edited a major work on Western Australia. All three works were published by F.W. Niven & Co. in Melbourne.

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