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Item:202527855299Recollections of a Rambling Life by Thomas Archer Published by Boolarong Publications, Brisbane (1988) XXVI, 358 pages with black and White illustrations, maps, and portraits. Full leather with gilt print. This book is a facsimile reprint of the original 1897 book with the addition of a forward by Sir Anthony Parsons and an introduction by Murdoch Wales, who further undertook research to write an additional four chapters as Part Two of the narrative. This edition limited to 2000 copies Thomas Archer, 27 February 1823 - 9 December 1905. Thomas Archer moved from Scotland to Australia with his brothers and spent the next 15 years in the country. He and his brothers pioneered a series of sheep and cattle stations in Australia before joining the California Gold Rush. He returned to Australia and spent eight years as station manager at Gracemere, near Rockhampton, before becoming Agent General for QueenslandCondition:Good, Modified Item:No
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Recollections of a Rambling Life by Thomas Archer - Queensland Pioneer Fac 1988