KANGAROO ISLAND 1800 - 1836,

By: J S Cumpston

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Roebuck, Canberra - third edition (Roebuck Society Publication No.1), 1986. hardcover, 10" x 7", with dust jacket. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Illustrated board covers with black type to spine & front, map endpapers, 10 maps, 65 b&w plates, bibliography, index. Discovered by Matthew Flinders in 1802, Kangaroo Island was left to small gangs of sealers, gradually being established as a safe harbour on Australia's southern coastline, and later the site of a whaling base. First settlers arrived, temporarily, in 1836. Cumpston trawls the historical documents to record this period in detail and illustration.

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