books

Pioneering in the Kimberleys

Pioneering in the Kimberleys

Click images below to enlarge:

Pioneering in the Kimberleys

Pioneering in the Kimberleys

$15.00 AUD incl. GST
No reviews yet. Write one!

Product Overview

Product No:
2803562
Author:
Hamlet Cornish
Publisher:
Hesperian Press
ISBN:
9780859050272
Edition Date:
June 2011
Pages:
29
Size:
210 x 297 mm
Weight:
120 g
Format:
Paperback
Sales Rank:
2799 (See Top 100 in Books)

Product Description

Hamlet and Anthony Cornish of Pinjarra were part of the Murray Squatting Company, a syndicate formed to take up land in the Kimberley after the explorations of Alexander Forrest.

In 1880 they travelled in the schooner Mary Smith to take up the land which became Yeeda Station on the Fitzroy River.

During this expedition Anthony Cornish was fatally speared.

This booklet, with its fresh and vivid descriptions and without modification, is taken from the Hamlet’s original manuscript which was novelised and published as The call of the Kimberley in 1950.

Current reviews for 'Pioneering in the Kimberleys'

No reviews yet, but you should totally write one. It's easy, just put some words and stuff in those boxes over there and everyone will be super happy.

Add a review for 'Pioneering in the Kimberleys'

Please try and write at least 20 words

Stuff You've Looked At Recently