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(Last updated May 2013)

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Trading Post - 22 March 2010

For Sale - New - 2 books in the "My Story" series of NZ history. - $18 for both books

From Stacey:
I recently bought a set of 6 of these books, but already owned two titles so am offering them to anyone else who would like them. Amazon has more info about the books

- "Journey to Tangiwai" by David Hill - about the Tangiwai disaster, 1953, through the eyes of Boy Scout Peter Cotterill. This book was a finalist in the 2004 NZ Post book awards. Insights into Post-war NZ, the baby-boom housing boom etc.
- "Below the Mountains" by Jean Bennett - Building the Milford Rd, 1935-36, The Diary of Amy McDonald. Depression-era NZ, Compulsory work camps, etc.

email or phone me for more info

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