Campbell Town Tasmania

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1966 First Edition. Signed by Gerald (?) Taylor and numbered Copy 901 of 1000.

Publisher - Compiled by the Historical Committee of the NAtional Trust of Australia (Tasmania) and published by the Campbell Town Municipal Council.
Cover is hard bound in blue pictorial cloth. Some tanning on egdes.
Dust Jacket is present. Not price clipped. Small closed tears on spine ends and sleeve hinges. Some tanning inside spine.
End Papers are intact, blue with a map of the region on both.
Preliminaries – Foreword; Acknowledgements; Table of Contents; List of Ilustrations.
Main Text Body - 356 Pages.
Fine and clean.   

End Matters – Appendices; Index.
Edges are even and unworn. Some foxing on top edge.
Spine is tight with no gutter damage.  Blue lettering.
Page Structure is sound with no missing pages.

The story of the district where the Forlongs first settled, where settlers brought saxon merino sheep, producing then and now some of the best wool in Australia.An informative account of the town from pioneer settlement to one hundred years of municipal government. Chapter 7 is titled 'The Black War', remembering this was published in 1966.


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