The Resource Dawn in the valley : the story of settlement in the Hunter River Valley to 1833,, W. Allan Wood

Dawn in the valley : the story of settlement in the Hunter River Valley to 1833,, W. Allan Wood

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Dawn in the valley : the story of settlement in the Hunter River Valley to 1833,
Title
Dawn in the valley
Title remainder
the story of settlement in the Hunter River Valley to 1833,
Statement of responsibility
W. Allan Wood
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Subject
Summary
Two chapters on the Kamilaroi; Baiame; boras; burial customs; weapons and warfare
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Wood, Walter Allan
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  • Dumaresq, Henry
  • Hunter Valley (N.S.W.)
  • Hunter River Valley (N.S.W.)
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Dawn in the valley : the story of settlement in the Hunter River Valley to 1833,, W. Allan Wood
Instantiates
Publication
Note
endpaper maps
Bibliography note
Include bibliogaphies references and index
Contents
List of illustrations -- Acknowledgements -- Foreword -- Preface -- Forbidden Valley -- Coomery Roy 1819-20 -- The Settlers of 1822 -- Old colonists and new settlers, 1823 -- Exploring the Upper Valleys, 1823-25 -- Upper Hunter Reveille -- The district of Merton: settlers in 1825 -- The Forbes grants: Skellator - Edinglassie - No spinster settlers -- Jocob's mob -- The great venture -- Original settlers of invermein district -- The road to Merton, 1826 -- Trouble in the new country -- Spears against Merton -- Much praise for murder -- Aborigines of the Upper Hunter -- The lost tribes -- Old friends and new neighbours -- Henry Dumaresq and St. Helier's Vale -- Stock buying Mania -- Manorial Merton -- Farewell to Dalswinton -- Saxon sheep and Shepherds -- Beyond the boundaries, 1827-32 -- Birth of a city -- Floods and the family bridge -- The year of the steam engine -- The King's pardon -- Precarious times -- A sowing of thorns
Control code
M0027568
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
[x], 346 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
RB copy - donation from Tom Austen Brown collection
Other physical details
illustration, portraits
System control number
0040965
Label
Dawn in the valley : the story of settlement in the Hunter River Valley to 1833,, W. Allan Wood
Publication
Note
endpaper maps
Bibliography note
Include bibliogaphies references and index
Contents
List of illustrations -- Acknowledgements -- Foreword -- Preface -- Forbidden Valley -- Coomery Roy 1819-20 -- The Settlers of 1822 -- Old colonists and new settlers, 1823 -- Exploring the Upper Valleys, 1823-25 -- Upper Hunter Reveille -- The district of Merton: settlers in 1825 -- The Forbes grants: Skellator - Edinglassie - No spinster settlers -- Jocob's mob -- The great venture -- Original settlers of invermein district -- The road to Merton, 1826 -- Trouble in the new country -- Spears against Merton -- Much praise for murder -- Aborigines of the Upper Hunter -- The lost tribes -- Old friends and new neighbours -- Henry Dumaresq and St. Helier's Vale -- Stock buying Mania -- Manorial Merton -- Farewell to Dalswinton -- Saxon sheep and Shepherds -- Beyond the boundaries, 1827-32 -- Birth of a city -- Floods and the family bridge -- The year of the steam engine -- The King's pardon -- Precarious times -- A sowing of thorns
Control code
M0027568
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
[x], 346 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
RB copy - donation from Tom Austen Brown collection
Other physical details
illustration, portraits
System control number
0040965

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