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The Bay - the European History of St Helens

The Bay - the European History of St Helens
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Local historian Garry Richardson captures the history of European settlement in St Helens on Tasmania's East Coast, recording the establishment of the tin mining, farming, boat building and fishing industries. This book tells the stories of the hardships endured by the early European settlers in the area and the significant changes to the town over the decades as the mining industry waned and eventually ended.

Published: 2019
Format: hardcover
Pages: 536
Illustrations: Colour and B&W
SKU SKU18885
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Weight 2.40 kg
Author Garry Richardson
ISBN 9780648532842
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