CLARKE OF THE KINDUR. George Clarke, Dean Boyce.

CLARKE OF THE KINDUR.

Convict, bushranger, explorer. Pp. [xii]+100, 4 plates, text drawings, 3 full page maps, appendix, references, bibliography, index; price-clipped dust wrapper, edges slightly faded; Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1970. First edition. *George Clarke, alias the Barber, lived for five years among Aborigines in New South Wales in the early 1800s. He claimed to have crossed the continent and discovered a great inland river, the Kindur. The report of this prompted Major Thomas Mitchell's expedition in 1831-32. Item #065012

Price: $40.00

See all items by ,