Warrah : the genesis of a pastoral property
The Australian Agricultural Company, familiar to Australian historians, is more generally associated with a fiasco on its original grant of one million acres on the shores of Port Stephens than with the successful operation of a sheep station on the Liverpool Plains. This thesis is primarily concerned with the establishment of the sheep station, but a preliminary investigation was made of the period preceding the interesting developments on the Liverpool Plains. (First paragraph of precis).
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