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Melbourne: Willam Heinemann Australia, 1991. Inscription on front endpaper. 201 pages with b/w illustrations.In 1829 Richard Pybus took up a large land grant on Bruny Island, the traditional of southeast Tasmania. Within months of his arrival there were no Nuenone left on the island they had either died from disease, or been murdered or exiled. Truganini, the last of the Nuenone, died in 1876 , having spent her adult life in exile as a dependant of the colonial government.. Soft Cover. Good +. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.