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Title: Map of land grants around Thomson's Lake, c1895
Imprint: Perth, 1895
Notes: Map included in a file of information relating to Frederick Lewington, an Aboriginal man living at Coogee with his parents who requested a grant of land in the Cockburn area.
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Summary: An extract of a larger map of land grants in the Cockburn Sound Location. Names visible on the map are C.E. Mangles, H. Warthwyke, H. Mather, Johnson, J. Hammond, and A. & T. Briggs. Lakes shown are Yangebup Lake, Jilbup (Thomsons) Lake, Kogolup Lake, and Banganup (also written Toodjabubup) Lake. Shows the sites of the Jandakot School and Agricultural Hall, Forrest Road and Beenyup Road. Location 234, which is coloured in green on the eastern shore of Thomsons Lake, was the land grant selected by the Lewington family and granted to Frederick in 1894.
Subject: Aboriginal Australians -- Western Australia -- Cockburn Region (W.A.)
Cockburn Region (W.A.) -- Thompson's Lake
Cockburn Region (W.A.) -- Maps
Map of land grants around Thomson's Lake, c1895

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