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|Title:||Station Country III : The Last Muster|
|Category:||New Zealand General|
|New / Used:||Used|
|Book Type:||Large hardcover|
|Published By:||Hodder Moa Beckett|
|Size (mm):||180 w x h x d|
Excellent original condition, wear on dust jacket, inscription inside front end paper, pages as new. Images depict all need to know detail.
Popular rural writer Philip Holden delves into the colourful history and lives of the runholders in New Zealand's high country.
Third and final book of the Station Country trilogy, in which Philip Holden delves into the colourful history and lives of the present runholders.
Stories include the setting up of Galloway Station in 1858. The Sherman Brothers introduced the first Merinos to Central Otago struggled over mountains to find the perfect grazing land. This is just one of the number of inspiring stories in this book. Holden celebrates the tenacity of the station owners and their families today.