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In 1902, newly married Jeannie Gunn left the security and comfort of her MElbourne home to travel to the depths of the Northern Territory, where her husband had been appointed manager of "The Elsey" cattle station.
Mrs Gunn was one of the few white women in ths area and although initially resented by the people surrounding the Station, she won them round with her warmth and spirit.

A classic tale of ealy pioneering in Australia.

Paperback in used condition.
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