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Town and Country: A History of the Manning Valley

Publisher: Halstead Press

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Media: BOOK - hardcover, 400 pages
Author: M. Solling
Year: 2014
ISBN: 9781920831561
Other: b&w & colour photos, appendixes, index
Publisher: Halstead Press

This well-researched book describes the rich history of the Manning Valley, a hidden gem tucked away on the eastern coast of Australia. In doing so it paints a vivid picture of Australia before and after settlement, telling stories of the characters who left barren homelands to start a new life on the other side of the world.

Author, Max Solling also illuminates the conservation history of the Wingham Brush, the last remnant of ancient wilderness in the region, and details the fight for it's survival.

Preface and Acknowledgements

Manning Valley
1. Land, People and Livelihood in the Manning Valley
2. Living Off the Land
3. Frontier Town
4. Rhythms of Life in Wingham: From Federation to the Second World War
5. Manning Valley Post-War: A region in Transition

Wingham Brush
6. First Battle for Wingham Brush 1887-1891
7. Wingham Brush in Time
Appendix 1. Wingham Brush Regeneration Team
Appendix 2. Wingham Brush Fauna
Appendix 3. Plant List
Appendix 4. Wingham Councillors and Mayors

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