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Albert Town is located to the east of Wanaka in Otago, New Zealand. Until recently only a farming settlement, the population boom in this area has led to much new development. The confluence of the Clutha and Hāwea Rivers is located here. The town was named after Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Albert Town was formerly called Newcastle.
- also known as Albert Town, New Zealand
- part of New Zealand
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The English cyclopedia (1854)
geography/ by Charles Knight
Albert Town is a small straggling village, about n mile from the port, and is chiefly occupied by persona connected with the shipping. Between Albert Town and Adelaide are several other villages,, the principal of which is Hindmarsh, where ...
The station is called Albert Town, in the parish of Trelawney, situated in the mountain woods, far from the more civilized parts of the island. There is a population of 3000 souls, including many Germans, for whom religious instruction and a ...
Exporters' Encyclopaedia (1912)
Bahamas Paspebiac Albert Town Cape .
their physical and political geography : together with a brief notice of all the capitals, principal towns, and villages ... by William Henry Wells
c ALBERT TOWN. In the parish of Willoughby, county of ...
Dictionary of Geography, Descriptive, Physical, Statistical, and Historical, Forming a Complete General Gazetteer of the World (1853)
by Alexander Keith Johnston
ALBERT Town, a vill. of South Australia, about 1 m. distant from Adelaide, and connected with it by a good road constructed at a cost of 14,000l. ALBERT-VILLE (Italian Alberto-Poli), a city of the Sard. Sta., cap. Upper Savoy, near the confl. of ...
by Ian V. Hogg
Albert Town in France, ...
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