WHEN THE SKY FELL DOWN - The Destruction of the Tribes of the Sydney Region 1788-1850s WILLEY, Keith

By: WILLEY, Keith

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WHEN THE SKY FELL DOWN - The Destruction of the Tribes of the Sydney Region 1788-1850s WILLEY, Keith by WILLEY, Keith
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Sydney, William Collins, 1979. first edition - hard cover in dust jacket. This book traces the dynamic years of the colony's growth between 1788 and 1860. It is not, however merely the story of the white man's exploits and achievements, but rather the story of the effects of these achievements on the country's original inhabitants. The use of personal journals, newspaper articles and official documents clearly brings to life the personalities and attitudes of the day. 215 x 145mm., pp 231, index, p.o.i. & stamp ffep (neat), contents v.g., d.j. rub/wear top spine, VG.

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