ORPHANS OF HISTORY, The Forgotten Children of the First Fleet [Australia],

By: Robert Holden

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Text Publishing, Melbourne - ISBN:1875847081, 2000. softcover, 6" x 9¼. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Eight old line drawings, checklist of children, and bibliography. In January 1788, when the First Fleet sailed into Sydney Cove, there were close to fifty children on board - some were convicts themselves, some were children of marines, and the others were babies born to convict women during the long voyage from Plymouth. By giving these orphans of history a voice, Holden not only tells a fascinating story but fills a vast gap in our understanding of white history in Australia.

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