There must be a river: a history of the Hornsby Shire [North Shore classics]

By: Ollif, Lorna

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Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1981. Reissue ed. Paperback trade, stiffened card covers, very good plus condition, black & white sketches, maps. 160 pp. Traces the history of the Hornsby Shire from its beginnings, with the important discovery by Governor Phillip of the Hawkesbury River, through to present times. In tracing the history, the author recognises that it is a story of people and, rather than giving a series of dates and statistics, she has woven the facts of settlement and development in the Shire into the human stories of the people whose lives produced the statistics.

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