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STOUT-HEARTED The Story of Stephen Montague Stout

Publisher: Carlisle, Hesperian Press
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Edition: first edition - large paperback (A4) stiff illustrated card covers.
ISBN: 9780859055659
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Book Description and Condition

Book description and condition

Stephen Montague Stout was one of 10,000 convicts sent to Western Australia in the 1850's. His education, personal charm and intelligence both charmed and antagonized the colonials. Starting as a teacher he became a renowned

photographer, journalist and publisher. His numerous descendants contain those who have reached the pinnacles of success in Australian life. 295 x 210mm., pp. 150, appendices, bibliography, index, Large paperback (A4), stiff illustrated card covers. NEW

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