The history of a large but remote sheep station in the central North Island of New Zealand comes to life in this collection of stories from the people who lived and worked there. Combining personal narrative with exhaustive research this account tells the fascinating tale of a challenging but exhilarating way of agrarian life that was a large part of New Zealand's past.
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Hazel Riseborough is an agriculturalist and historian. She has lectured in the departments of history and of Maori studies at Massey University and is the author of Days of Darkness: Taranaki, 1878–1884.
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