The Story of St. Ives (N.S.W.) and some of its Inhabitants

By: Halstead, Gay

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No place: Nungurner Press, 1982. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 215 x 260 mm, viii + 538 pp, illustrated throughout with photographs, facsimiles, plans, maps, genealogical tables, place names and their origins, index, illustrated end-papers. Preliminary and end pages foxed. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the foxed half-title page. LIMITED EDITION of 1500 copies of which this is number 130. Edges a lightly soiled. Illustrated boards with small chip at the fore-edge of the front board. In Very Good condition. The book covers the history of the Ku-ring-gai Chase, St Ives, Turramurra, Pymble and Wahroonga area to the 1980s. The first settlers are listed with family trees and stories of their lives. Also covered are the geology, flora, fauna, the Aborigines who lived in the area, their tribal characteristics and customs, initiation, marraige, burial, food and hunting, fire, spirit, ancestor engravings and cave paintings of the mythological past in the Ku-ring-gai area. The explorers, timber getters, sawyers and orchardists are discussed.

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