SHADOWS ON THE GRASS

By: Evelyn R Costin

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Edgewaters, Apollo Bay, Australia - frst edition, 1981. Hardcover, 9½" x 6¼", with dust jacket. Jacket has 1" square gap to front. VERY GOOD book in GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Black cloth-bound boards with gold title to spine, photograph of author as frontispiece, 19 b&w photographs, and Gibbs genealogical tree (8 generations - 1745-1973). This book is both a record of the author's grandfather's pioneering days and her own autobiography. Lieutenant Charles Jeffreys RN arrived in Port Jackson (Sydney) in 1814, from where he transported convicts & soldiers to Tasmania. He coasted Queensland and South Australia, charting and naming significant points. The author, a nurse & musician, later married and actively participated in community affairs.

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