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Fleeting Hopes

Fleeting Hopes
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Port Davey, in Tasmania's south west has a rich and intriguing history full of human hopes and schemes, courage and folly, and even avarice sharply at odds with the hard work of many of the pioneers who struggled to create a life in this most remote, still roadless outpost. Author Tony Fenton examines the records in this fascinating narrative that reveals an unexpected past alive with people and plans, set in an impressive but unforgiving landscape.

Published: 2017
Format: Softcover
Pages: 312
Illustrations: Colour and B&W
SKU SKU18391
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Weight 1.20 kg
Author Tony Fenton
ISBN 9780995408241
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