By Darrell Lewis

ISBN-10: 1921867264

ISBN-13: 9781921867262

In 1883 pastoralists started to force nice herds of livestock into Victoria River District of Australia's Northern Territory. They entered an unlimited tropical land of massive rivers, broad plains, and rugged levels. It was once a cattleman's paradise, but additionally a paradise for the Aboriginal those that had lived there for hundreds of thousands of years.

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