Author:William Douglas Cruickshank

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William Douglas Cruickshank
(1837–1912)
Scottish-born marine engineer, who subsequently became Chief Engineering Surveyor, New South Wales Government. He was also one of the three members of the original Arbitration Court.

Works[edit]

  • The Principles and Practice of Boiler Construction: A Manual of Instruction and Useful Information for Practical Men. (1894, 1908) (external scan)

Works about Cruickshank[edit]

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