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Pride of the Port - the Watermen of Hobart Town

Pride of the Port - the Watermen of Hobart Town
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For nearly two centuries, the port of Hobart, Tasmania has been served by rowing, sailing and motor boats that have been available for hire to take passengers and goods across the river, to points north and south, or to ships moored in the harbour.

From the 1820s to the 1940s the men who performed theses tasks were known as watermen - this is a dedicated study of these men, their boats and the contribution they made to Tasmanian society.

This is an out-of-print book; it is in used but very good condition. Please contact the bookshop, Just Tassie Books at The Book Cellar, for additional detailed photos and description of condition.

Softcover book
Published 2009 by Navarine Publishing
Black and white photos
SKU SKU19225
Quantity in stock 1 item(s) available
Weight 0.80 kg
Author Graeme Broxam
ISBN 9780975133149
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