Pastures New; A Record of Our Pioneers. Station Days in the Kerang-Swan Hill Area

By: Grinton, Frederick S

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Kerang: Kerang New Times., 1970. 106 pp., foreword by author, appendix, maps and index. Text is illustrated with one black and white photograph and three maps. Light blue covers with gilt writing on front panel and spine. Corners are slightly rubbed and there is faint foxing to the paper edges, spine is slightly sunned and there are various marks to the front and back panels. Light foxing to the first few pages and the last few pages. This the history of Tragowell Station, started by Abraham Booth, in the 1800s.. First Edition. Card. Reasonable/No Jacket as Issued. 8vo - up to 9 ¾" tall - Octavo. Local History.

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