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In 1790, five convicts escaped Sydney by boat and were swept ashore near present-day Newcastle. They were taken in by the Worimi people, given Aboriginal names and started families. Thus began a long and at times dramatic series of encounters between Aboriginal people and convicts in the second penal settlement in Australia.
Author: Mark Dunn
Dimensions: 153 x 234mm
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Published Date: June 2020