Myles and Milo

By: Meredith, Peter

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Allen & Unwin, 1999. Spine straight, covers show slight wear, inside clean apart from a few stamps and the removal of the date label from the fly. Myles Dunphy was a draughtsman, architect, conservationist and bushwalker who proposed and mapped a system of national parks in N.S.W. and lived to see it become a reality.He is considered the father of the NSW conservation and bushwalking movements. Milo carried on his fathers lifelong struggle to protect his beloved wilderness, expanding his father's work and helping the green movement become a true political force. A biography of two Australian pioneers. 376 pages, b/w photos, index, etc.. First Edition. Trade Paperback. Very Good+. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Ex-Library.

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