Secondhand. Very good condition. Sunning of pages.
The Women of Botany Bay is a history of the European women who came to New South Wales as convicted felons or as the free wives of convicts. It is based on the re-creation of the individual and collective British and Australian lives of every woman convicted in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales and transported to New South Wales between 1787 and 1828, and as many of the 'convict wives' as could be traced. (book flap)