They Came for Sandlewood A Study of the Sandlewood Trade in the SW Pacific 1830 - 1865

By: Shineberg, Dorothy

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They Came for Sandlewood A Study of the Sandlewood Trade in the SW Pacific 1830 - 1865 by Shineberg, Dorothy
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Melbourne University Press, 1967 . Describes the first regular contact between Europeans and the New Hebrides and the Loyalty Islands. It is the first detailed account of the Sandlewood trade, it's routes, marketing problems, and profits, of the ships, merchants and seamen involved. Original dust jacket over brown cloth covered end boards. Minor blemishes and re[paired nick to dust jacket otherwise in near fine condition. 299pp.222 x 140mm

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