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Book Description

'One of the most famous shipwreck sagas of the nineteenth century... the wreck of the 'Stirling Castle' off the Queensland coast in 1836' ... and what occurred thereafter. An interdisciplinary work by a team of academics, artists, and members of the Fraser Island Aboriginal community. And twentieth century representations of the event. # 15754
Author McNiven,Ian J. & Russell, Lynette & Schaffer, Kay (Eds)
Date 1998
Binding Soft covers.
Publisher Leicester University Press, UK
Illustrator Black and white illustrations in the text. Bibliography. Index.
Condition A very good clean copy.
Pages pp.x+192. 23.5cm.

Price: £10.00

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