Wollumbin: The Creation and Early Habitation of the Tweed, Brunswick, and Richmond Rivers of N.S.W.
History of the north coast of New South Wales before the era of free selection. Covers topics such as the role of pioneer women and the many shipwrecks of the cedar boom years. Includes 140 biographies of original settlers; tribal ground maps of the local Bundjalung people; appendices detailing original flora and fauna; accountable ships and cedar cargoes from the Tweed River to Sydney from 1845-1870; mail routes, contracts and contractors of the Richmond and Tweed areas from 1856-1870; and an index.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.