Child of the Outback

Lucy Christina

Editorial: Wescolour Press
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Unmarked copy, edges are shop worn. Photo of actual book (NOT A STOCK PHOTO). This seems to be a family history - history of an Australian family- from the Introduction:"My father's great grandfather, William W. Snell, was a seventh son of a seventh son, and according to popular belief, this was suposed to bestow certain miraculous powers, particularly in healing. It was said that he had these powers, but used them sparingly because the old women of the time were superstitious and would have attributed his healing powers to witchcraft." Scarce. Very good copy, clean and tight with no inscriptions. Family/local history, Western Australia area, many lovely black and white photos. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: Child of the Outback
Editorial: Wescolour Press
Encuadernación: Soft
Condición del libro: Good
Edición: Unknown

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