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Earl Page __ An overview of his life, politics, with links to a ready reference, key people in his administration, and so much more. - illustrated - From National Archives of Australia - http://primeministers.naa.gov.au/meetpm.asp?pmId=11

Earle Page __ "Sir Earle Christmas Grafton Page, GCMG, CH (8 August 1880 20 December 1961), Australian politician, was the eleventh Prime Minister of Australia..."  You will find an encyclopedia article along with links to related topics. - illustrated - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earle_Page

Earl Page Prime Minister of Australia __ Information for the younger student created by younger students. - From Brookvale Public School - http://www.brookvaleps.nsw.edu.au/PROJECTS/Prime_Ministers/Earle_Page.html

Prime Minister - Sir Earle Grafton Page __ Detailed look at the life and politics of Earl Page including trivia and much more. - From gavmag.com - http://www.gavmag.com/austpm/pm_page.htm    

Prime Ministers of Australia - Page __ "Three of our Prime Ministers only held the position for a very short time. If a Prime Minister dies in office, someone has to be appointed to take over as a 'care-taker' until a new leader can be chosen. The first of these 'care-taker' Prime Ministers was Earle Page, a co-founder of the Country Party."  You will find an overview of his life and public career. The portrait above is from this page. - From National Museum of Australia - http://tinyurl.com/lp3pz  


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