Bridgetown : Frances B Taylor | March 2014
The story of settlement of the south west of Western Australia from 1850s through to 1900/WW1 and the social structures, industry and lifestyles that went to make up the community of Bridgetown, the only town in the region from 1868-1888.
Settlement of the Warren Blackwood district in the south west of Western Australia. Covers the development of the social and economic structures of Bridgetown, the first inland town.
Annotation. Covers the socio-economic development of Bridgetown as a cultural centre for the south west of Western Australia from white occupation in 1850s to 1900.
Includes bibliographical references.
Portion of title: Settlement of the Warren Blackwood Districts from 1850s
205 pages : illustrations, maps, photographs, portraits ; 30 cm.
Dewey Call Number
Q 994.12 BRI
Museum Call Number
0992397707 (Trade Paper)
Pioneers -- Western Australia -- Warren-Blackwood -- Biography.
Land settlement -- Western Australia -- Warren-Blackwood -- History -- 19th century.
Warren-Blackwood (W.A.) -- History -- 19th century.
Bridgetown (W.A.) -- History -- 19th century.
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