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North-West by south
Bib ID 835690
Format BookBook
Author
Cato, Nancy, 1917-2000
 
Description London : Heinemann, 1965 
Summary

Fictional account of the career of Sir John Franklin, lieutenant-governor of Van Diemen's Land from 1837 until 1843; incorporates Lady Franklin's adoption of Aboriginal girl, Mathinna.

Subjects Settlement and contacts - Penal colonies / Convicts.  |  Settlement and contacts - Colonisation - 1788-1850.  |  Literature and stories - Non indigenous - Fiction.  |  Race relations - Representation - History.  |  Tasmania (Tas)

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