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A VIEW TO CRADLE: A History of Tasmania's Forth River High Country

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A VIEW TO CRADLE: A History of Tasmania's Forth River High Country
Publisher: Tasmania, Nic Haygarth
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Edition: First edition - trade paperback, stiff card covers
ISBN: 0646342932
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Book Description and Condition

Book description and condition

This book is a history of the Forth River high country, peopled by highland pioneers such as Henry Hellyer, James 'Philosopher' Smith and Gustav Weindorfer. The account ranges from clashes with the Aborigines, white

exploration, grazing, mining, hunting, the timber industry, to the advent of tourism and the development of the national park. 245 x 176mm., pp. 213, black & white plates, maps, notes, bibliography, Nomenclature, index. Trade paperback, pictorial card covers. Contents, no inscriptions; card covers slightly rubbed on corners. NEAR FINE.


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