Historian writes about Leichhardt findings

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A historian studying the life of Ludwig Leichhardt has begun collating findings about the famous explorer.

National Museum of Australia spokesman Dr Darrell Lewis has been tracking Leichhardt's trail through Queensland and central Australia.

Leichhardt and his expedition party disappeared in 1848 and Dr Lewis has been looking for trees marked with an "L" to trace the journey.
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