Stories from the Sandstone: Quarantine Inscriptions from Australia’s Immigrant Past
By Peter Hobbins, Ursula K. Frederick and Anne Clarke
Stories from the Sandstone reveals the sandstone engravings of those who found themselves detained at Sydney’s Quarantine Station during its 150-year history. From the early 1830s until 1984, nearly 16,000 people passed through the doors of the Quarantine Station in North Head near Manly.
Winner of the NSW Community and Regional History Prize at the 2017 NSW Premier’s History Awards. Proceeds from the sale of this publication will go towards the RAHS Publications and Research fund.
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