Industrial Archaeology in Australia : Rural Industry

By: Judy Birmingham, Ian

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Industrial Archaeology in Australia : Rural Industry by Judy Birmingham, Ian Jack, Dennis Jeans
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Richmond,Victoria: Heinemann Publishers Australia Pty, Limited, 1983. Usual library marks.191 pages with colour and b/w illustrations.Describes and analyses the physical remains of frontier industries which provisioned and allowed communication between isolated settlers and settlements- from portable handmills for grinding flour to whole landscapes overlaid with the evidence of succesive ventures.It also examines the wide range of techniques for investigating and interpreting that evidence to place industries in their wider social and technological context.. Hard Cover. Good+/Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Ex-Library.

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