By Perry Ann Snodgrass
Pride of their new nation, exertions, entrepreneurship, amorous affairs and heartbreak are a part of the tale of 4 younger ladies and their lives in colonial New South Wales.
Against the Tide is a real tale of the 3 better halves and sister of an informed convict, Thomas Armitage Salmon who arrived in Sydney in 1831 at the York. For his white collar crime, he served seven years as a clerk to the Superintendent of shops at Emu Plains.
Thomas’s attractive younger spouse Sarah and their 4 children, followed by means of his dedicated sister Mary Ann, at the Princess Victoria arriving in Sydney in 1834. After a yr the enterprising Sarah opened the profitable Rose resort at the Western street in Penrith.
The vehement politics of the day have been chronicled by way of one other spouse. She was once Ann the widow of Robert Howe, of the Howe relations newspaper dynasty. Her paper, The Sydney Gazette supported the liberal Governor Richard Bourke and her stand, and that of her lover, William Watt, observed many enemies made one of the elites. Ann’s enterprising spirit observed her as one of many first settlers at the newly explored Macleay River.
This booklet follows the lives of those fascinating girls interwoven with the expansion of the colony. It information the adjustments to self govt and the legislation, the top of transportation, establishing of huge tracts of agricultural land serviced via highway, rail and sea trip, public education, the humanities and leisure.
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Against the Tide: Salmon Women Pioneers in Colonial New South Wales by Perry Ann Snodgrass