Cavan Station: Its early history, the Riley legacy and the Murdock vision


Nicola Crichton-Brown, Harper Collins, Sydney, 2019.

In a narrative that encompasses not only the Rileys at Cavan but also the rich variety of its other significant occupants and neighbors in the district – including James Calvert, Louisa Atkinson, Samuel Terry, and Hamilton Hume – the author takes us on a journey that brings us to life the astonishing rise of the Australian wool industry and the contribution it owes to some remarkable individuals.

Hard bound, 231 pages, 26.5 X 24.0 cm, color, endnotes.

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