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Notes

  • Author's note: Emily Skinner (1832-1890) was my paternal great great grandmother. Her memoir A Woman on the Goldfields was published by Melbourne University Press (ed. Edward Duyker) in 1995.

Includes

Em (i) i "emily fillan boarded a steamer in 1854", Jordie Albiston , 2008 single work poetry
— Appears in: Stylus Poetry Journal , October no. 31 2008;
Em (ii) i "our miss emily fillan dis-embarked & landed in", Jordie Albiston , 2008 single work poetry
— Appears in: Stylus Poetry Journal , October no. 31 2008;
Em (iii) i "emily skinner heard out her husband & packed", Jordie Albiston , 2008 single work poetry
— Appears in: Stylus Poetry Journal , October no. 31 2008;

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