The Victorians: Arriving, Settling, Making Their Mark- 3 Volume Set

SECOND HAND BOOK 

Titles in this 3 volume set + endnotes:

Arriving by Richard Broome
Arriving, describes the earliest indigenous settlers then moves onto others who graced our shores. It outlines many of the immigration schemes, the way that groups mixed or clustered. This information is useful for family historians looking for other ways to expand their searching.It is also a great social study and a reflection of how our present society developed.
Hardcover, 258pp, 1984

Settling by Tony Dingle
This book discusses the relationship between the land and the Victorians. Tony Dingle explores how the land has been used and changed over time, first by Indigenous Australians and then by pastoralists, miners, farmers, manufacturers and city dwellers.
Hardcover, 274pp, 1984

Making Their Mark by Susan Priestley
This book traces the historical scene in which Melbourne, its suburbs, country towns, roads, farms, holiday places and other elements in the Victorian landscape have evolved. She also touches on the impact made by the Aborigines’ lifestyle before contact with Europeans.
Hardcover, 382pp, 1984

And a 4th volume: Endnotes for Arriving and Settling Richard Broome and Tony Tingle

We currently have 3 sets in store

$50.00

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SECOND HAND BOOK 

Titles in this 3 volume set + endnotes:

Arriving by Richard Broome
Arriving, describes the earliest indigenous settlers then moves onto others who graced our shores. It outlines many of the immigration schemes, the way that groups mixed or clustered. This information is useful for family historians looking for other ways to expand their searching.It is also a great social study and a reflection of how our present society developed.
Hardcover, 258pp, 1984

Settling by Tony Dingle
This book discusses the relationship between the land and the Victorians. Tony Dingle explores how the land has been used and changed over time, first by Indigenous Australians and then by pastoralists, miners, farmers, manufacturers and city dwellers.
Hardcover, 274pp, 1984

Making Their Mark by Susan Priestley
This book traces the historical scene in which Melbourne, its suburbs, country towns, roads, farms, holiday places and other elements in the Victorian landscape have evolved. She also touches on the impact made by the Aborigines’ lifestyle before contact with Europeans.
Hardcover, 382pp, 1984

And a 4th volume: Endnotes for Arriving and Settling Richard Broome and Tony Tingle

We currently have 3 sets in store

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Weight 2.5 kg
Dimensions 25 × 17 × 10 cm

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