Australia's Awakening - Thirty Years in the Life of an Australian Agitator

By: Spence, W.G

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Australia's Awakening - Thirty Years in the Life of an Australian Agitator by Spence, W.G
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Sydney: The Worker Trustees, 1909. Thick 12mo. 1st edition. HC no dw (gilt lettering & motif on front board). Bw plates. 630pp. An early history of the Aust Labour Movement which covers the beginnings of union organizing, the wool kings (organizing the shearers), the gold-digging days, the eight-hour movement, incidents of the big strike & more. Moderate wear to cloth, front brd has an unobtrusive stain at top, slight superficial crack in front gutter, fep & hf title pg foxed & the odd pg lightly foxed, last pg & back ep lightly foxed, slight insect damage to back paste-down. A good sound copy. . First Edition. Cloth. Good/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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