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Main Title: Great Scot : a re-assessment of the life and achievements of John Hunter, second Governor of New South Wales / by B.R. Blaze.
Imprint: [Australia : Mining History Association 197-]
Collation: 153 p. : [1] portrait, bib., index, pbk ; 21 cm.
Subject: Hunter, John, 1737-1821
Governors
Biography
New South Wales
Notes:
"Limited edition printed for private circulation". Includes index. John Hunter was an officer of the Royal Navy, who succeeded Arthur Phillip as the second governor of New South Wales, Australia and served as such from 1795 to 1800. Both a sailor and a scholar, he explored the Parramatta River as early as 1788, and was the first to surmise that Tasmania might be an island. As governor, he tried to combat serious abuses by the military in the face of powerful local interests led by John MacArthur. Hunter's name is commemorated in historic locations such as Hunter Valley and Hunter Street, Sydney.
Bibliography: p. 151-153.
Result Collection Location Shelf No Status Notes
Non-Fiction Main Library 351 NSW GOV HUN Available