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107pp., illustrated endpapers. Photographic, colour-plate illustrations throughout (photography by Peter McConchie). Oblong (landscape) format hardcover. Book clean. Backstrip firm and square. Colour, photographically-illustrated boards undamaged. Signed by photographer/recorder Peter McConchie on title page, else textblock unmarked. From the rear cover: "Soon after the devastating Black Saturday bushfires in Victoria, February 2009, I was contacted by Elders from Cape York, Far North Queensland, expressing their sadness at the tragic loss of life through the fires. The Elders invited me to record the story of traditional land management with fire that has been successfully practiced across our continent for tens of thousands of years. This is their story. Told in the hope that we can transform the way we view our connection to the land and with this pay respect to the expertise of the Traditional Custodians of Australia as leaders in land management." Peter McConchie. Contents include: Prelims., Foreword, Introduction, Chapter 1/ Mulong Country. Thaypan Country. 2/ Kaanju Ngaachi. Biographies, Acks. Book weight approx. 710g.
Title: FIRE AND THE STORY OF BURNING COUNTRY (Signed Copy)
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Australia, Cyclops Press: 2013
ISBN Number: 0980561949
ISBN Number 13: 9780980561944
Binding: Hardcover [Oblong]
Book Condition: Near Fine
Inscription: Signed By Photographer/Recorder
Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾"
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 013382
Keywords: Aboriginal Australia, Cape York Peninsula (Queensland), Fire Ecology, Indigenous Land Management, Signed Books, Cape York Elders (George, Dr. Tommy), Pictorial Works