FATE OF THE ARTFUL DODGER: Parkhurst Boys Transported to Australia and New Zealand 1842 - 1852

By: Buddee, Paul

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FATE OF THE ARTFUL DODGER: Parkhurst Boys Transported to Australia and New Zealand 1842 - 1852 by Buddee, Paul
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Perth: St George, 1984. HB, grey cloth in pictorial DJ, VG/G+, 188pp, tables, notes, bibliography, index, b/w illus, foreword by Geoffrey Bolton. Unclipped DJ has minor rubbing to edges and corners, fading to front and spine area, a small tear to lower fr edge, now in archival film. Book has minor rubbing to edges and corners, inside is square, clean, tight and unmarked. The previously untold story of 1500 child offenders transported to colonies in Australia and New Zealand between 1842 & 1852. 500g when packed.. First Edition. Cloth. Near Fine/Good+. Illus. by By Photographs. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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