Manning Clark's History of Australia
This special limited edition marks the 10th anniversary of the completion of Clark's work and brings it up to date. The abridgement re-orchestrates the six-volume classic and as the narrative ranges from 1788 to the threshold of WWII, Cathcart never loses sight of Clark's sympathies and understanding.
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BOOK ONE From the First Fleet to the Age ojMacquarie 17881823
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