THE TOWN THAT SAVED QUEENSLAND,

By: WE Mulholland, and sketches

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THE TOWN THAT SAVED QUEENSLAND, by WE Mulholland, and sketches by Mark Trotter, Dick Gould, Charlene Thompson Gould
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National Trust of Queensland, Gympie Branch, Gympie ISBN:0908009178, 1983. hardcover, 10¼" x 8¼", with illustrated boards. Minor sun-fading to spine. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Landscape format. Gympie back in the 1800s was a rich goldfield; its forests of red cedar were turned to timber; local Aboriginals yeilded their hunting grounds to large cattle stations - many of the buildings in this book were built of timber during its heady mining days, followed by more substantial public buildings and business premises were built of brick and stone. Twenty-six Gympie buildings of all types are illustrated in line here, along with their history.

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