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Back on the wool track by Michelle Grattan
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Back on the wool track

by Michelle Grattan

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Bought 05 Jun 2009 - Sensible Bookshop, Hay-on-Wye

Yup, still on the Hay books! This was an "in the footsteps of" genre travel book, looking at the outback and sheep farmers of New South Wales in Australia. A bit disjointed but lots of atmosphere and interesting stories, and the author does make a good connection with the author she is following. Interesting stuff. ( )
  LyzzyBee | Sep 30, 2009 |
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In 1909, journalist and war historian Charles Bean travelled to Western New South Wales and wrote a series of articles on the wool industry. His writings were later published as On the Wool Track, which went on to become an Australian classic. Now, almost 100 years later, eminent journalist Michelle Grattan traces Bean's footsteps, tracks down descendents of those he met, and paints a fascinating picture of the Western Division in 21st century Asutralia.… (more)

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