123982114285375 The Accidental Heiress Journey of a Glencoe Squatter's Daughter

The Accidental Heiress Journey of a Glencoe Squatter's Daughter

By: Berger, John and Grbich, Carol

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Small Quarto Size [approx 17.5cm x 24cm]. Mint condition in pictorial laminated boards in a mint dustjacket. A new book. Dustjacket now protected in our purpose made plastic sleeve. Illustrated with colour and black & white plates. Robust, professional packaging and tracking provided for all parcels. 139 pages. The story of Letitia Sarah Leake, daughter of squatter Robert Leake, who moved to the South east of South Australia in 1844 and established a vast pastoral empire - Glencoe Station. Letitia ended up inheriting the entire Glencoe Station fortune which enabled the purchase of an estate in England and for her family to mix with royalty. A good deal of the story was preserved in letters and diaries which provide first hand accounts of the trials and tribulations of the Leake family journey.

Title: The Accidental Heiress Journey of a Glencoe Squatter's Daughter

Author Name: Berger, John and Grbich, Carol

Categories: South Australia,

Edition: 1st Edition

Publisher: Glencoe, South Australia, national Trust of South Australia (Glencoe Branch): 2020

ISBN Number: 0646819224

ISBN Number 13: 9780646819228

Binding: Hardback

Seller ID: ID314066

Keywords: Glencoe Glencoe Station Leake Family Letitia Leake South Aust History South East SA,