Those Bloody Duncans: A History of Morraberrie, 1860-1998
23cm x 15cm. xii, 348 pages, photographs and illustrations, some colour
“Duncan, a young Scott came to Australia in the hope of adventure and a good life. This is the story of him and his descendants who restored and built a good property. Surviving drought, flooding rains and rivers, as well as lifes disappointments, but who also enjoyed glorious landscapes, wildlife, and the good seasons. This was a family who cared deeply for and allied with the Aborigines, as well as the sometimes harsh environment. This is a unique story of historical heritage in Queenslands semi-arid western region, of the Channel Country, from 1860 to 1998, including old photographs.” (publisher’s blurb)
. New Book.
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