The History of Bulahdelah Mountain
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This book tells the storyof the discovery of Bulahdelah Mountain, timber, Aboriginal people and the Myall area, rumoured murder of the district's first white woman, how a burning log revealed alumstone, a photographer's visit in 1892, mining (the mine, its factory, successes, hopes and disappointments), bushfires, the big flood of 1927, development of medical care, a botanists' seventh heaven (89 species of orchid!) and discovery of a very rare orchid, fatal accidents, establishment of a Mountain Park, popular walking trails, lookouts and more.

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Print Edition Cover Photograph: Top of the Mountain.

*The electronic edition of the book includes material that is not in the print edition.

Copyright 2000, Malcolm Carrall, Archives Officer, The Bulahdelah & Districts Historical Society Inc., 20 Ann Street, Bulahdelah, New South Wales, Australia, 2423. Original content in these Web pages is copyright. Apart from any use permitted under the Copyright Act, no part may be produced by any process or any other exclusive right exercised without written permission from the copyright holder. Published by Malcolm Carrall.

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