The two lives of Joseph Docker
A fully documented biography of the life of an Anglican clergyman who arrived in Sydney in 1828, was forced to resign in 1833 by machinations against him, trekked overland to Port Phillip and became a squatter on Bontharambo Plains, Ovens River, where he built one of Victoria's most remarkable country houses. With appendices, bibliography and index. The author has also written a history of early Richmond, 'The view from Docker's Hill'.
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