Secondhand. Good condition. Ex library copy with stickers and protective plastic covering. Date due slip and borrowers card on inside page. Minor wear to book corners. Interior and binding are still very good.
This story by a ninety-year-old great grand-daughter of Marshall Waller Clifton, the first member of the family to settle in WA, paints an intimate personal picture of Marshall Waller Clifton and his descendants.
It is also an accurate and absorbing account of farming life in the South-West of the State from the 1830s until 1974 when the author left Alverstoke "the first farm on the Brunswick" to live in retirement in Bunbury.