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More Historical Stories of Tasmania's West Coast

More Historical Stories of Tasmania's West Coast
 
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Author Bill Morely returns his focus to the boom times on Tasmania's West Coast when miners flocked to Queenstown, Zeehan and Roseberry to make their fortunes. Illustrated with hundreds of historic photographs of the period, the book reveals the hardships and the fluctuating fortunes of the miners and the towns that came to life as a result of he rich mineral deposits found in the area.

Published: 2018
Format: Softcover
Pages: 340
Illustrations: B & W
SKU SKU18420
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Weight 1.20 kg
Author Bill Morley
ISBN 9781921767296
 
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