A History of Australia, Volume 2
The second volume in a history of Australia which aims to highlight the hardship and trauma that occurred there during the establishment and development of white settlement. This volume chronicles New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania) between 1822 and 1838.
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T H E R ETURN OF THE NATIVE SON
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