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James Fenton of Forth - a Tasmanian pioneer 1820-1904

James Fenton of Forth - a Tasmanian pioneer 1820-1904
 
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A biographical and historical tribute to Tasmanian pioneer James Fenton, written to commemorate the centenary of his death.

The volume contains not only writings by and about James Fenton, but also his family, friends and significant contemporaries including T.W.Monds, Charles Price and James Philosopher Smith. The book forms an account of 19th century Tasmania, particularly of the North West Coast.

Hardcover book with dustjacket
Published 2001
454-pages, indexed
Black and white images
23cm wide x 32cm tall
18%
SKU SKU19194
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Weight 2.50 kg
Author Paul Fenton
ISBN 957879407
 
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