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George Allen Unwin, Sydney 1982. Once the first fleet settlers, convicts, soldiers and officers arrive at Sydney Cove they set out to establish the colony. Their thinking had been Northern hemisphere farming. It took twelve years to convince the settlers that Christmas day is hot, little or nothing grows in sandstone other than native fauna, imported livestock needed time to adapt and fresh water was a scarce commodity. At critical times many nearly died of starvation, and food was deperatly imported from Cape Town and India to save the settlers all unsuited for tropical climes. Shelf worn. Illustrated dust jackt over brown cloth covered end boards. 220pp 260 x 195mm