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Garden City Publishing Co Inc. New York. 1931 1st Edition. The author arrived in Tasmania in mid 1920's staying five years, during this period he studied the history of the island. This history involved the hell hole of Port Arthur the penal centre and its inmates, the convicts of Van Dieman's Land. Villiers also covered the whaling past of Tasmania, and the hopeful English girls who sailed in Jorgan Jorganson's ships to find matromonial bliss in the remote island. Illustrated with period photographs of the Tasmanian fleet, included is the barque 'James Craig'. Chipped, creased and price clipped dust jacket. Blue cloth covered end boards. Some foxing evident. 298pp. 210 x 145 mm.