Station Life in New Zealand: A Lively Account of the Joys and Hazards of Life on a Sheep Station in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand (Virago/Beacon Travelers)

By: Barker, Lady; Kidman, Fiona

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First paperback printing. Lightly rubbed, crease on back corner. 1984 Trade Paperback. 238 pp. First published in 1870, Lady Barker's enthusiastic description of three years spent on a sheep station in New Zealand is full of intriguing insights into colonial life. These letters to her sister record the 'delight and freedom' of Barker's daily life and surroundings, as well as some daunting adventures.

Title: Station Life in New Zealand: A Lively Account of the Joys and Hazards of Life on a Sheep Station in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand (Virago/Beacon Travelers)

Author: Barker, Lady; Kidman, Fiona

Categories: Biography,

Edition: 1st Printing

Publisher: Beacon Press: 1984

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 1525603

Keywords: NEW ZEALAND HISTORY BIOGRAPHY RURAL 19TH CENTURY,