Does anyone have a copy of this booklet about early German emigrants to Australia, Canada and the US? [closed]

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I am looking for 'Nineteenth-Century Emigration of "Old Lutherans" from Eastern Germany (Mainly Pomeria and Lower Silesia) to Australia, Canada and the United States', Clifford Neal Smith, Genealogical Publishing Com, 2004. 

I am aiming to improve the Wikitree profile of Bertha Aldenhoven. I believe this book will provide biographic information such as DOB and confirmation that her LNAB was Teusler, not Fiedler.

The first large wave of German settlers to Australia emigrated from a very small region near Klemzing, Prussia around 1840. Klemzing is now known as Klępsk, in Poland. The book I am looking was extracted from a two-volume study written in German by Wilhelm Iwan in 1943. 

WikiTree profile: Bertha Aldenhoven
closed with the note: The book is available in a local library. Thank you to people who suggested how I could buy one.
in Genealogy Help by Steve Thomas G2G6 Mach 4 (49.4k points)
closed by Steve Thomas
This is available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and possibly other sites. The cost is nominal.
Thanks so much George, I will order one.
Nevertheless, I am impatient and want to improve this profile while I wait for the book to arrive.
If a kind Wikitreer has a copy then it will only be a small amount of work to add sources with citation.
You could try to find somebody owning a copy by searching at LibraryThing.

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Best answer
It's in the State Library of Western Australia.
by Living Ford G2G6 Pilot (147k points)
selected by Steve Thomas
Well done Leandra. Thank you. What do they say about finding the answer right under your nose?
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I find Gould to be a great place to buy books like this.

You could try there.
by Kylie Haese G2G6 Mach 7 (78.6k points)

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