On The Sheep’s Back – History Series


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As the Australian colonies developed, they began devoting large areas of land to the raising of fine-wool sheep, wheat and other grains. By the 1830s New South Wales had become the main source of wool for the mills of Britain. This was driven by squatters – people who had obtained land free or at low prices and grown wealthy in the process.

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Weight 385 g
Dimensions 21 × 27 cm