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National Parks and Wildlife Service, Sydney 1987. Smallpox was introduced by the First Fleet and decimated the Aboriginal population. Plague arived in 1804 and twenty four years later whooping cough and typhus were the bain of the fledgling colony. To isolate these and other diseases the Quarantine Station was built in 1833 and vacated in 1984. Splendid illustrations. Stapled stiff card covers. 48pp 296 x 210 mm