Colin Amodeo with Ron Chapman.
This fine scholarly work concentrates on the two year period 1849-1850, when the port and town of Lyttelton was created by survey teams and work gangs under the leadership of Captain Joseph Thomas. It attempts to give long overdue recognition to the considerable contribution to the development of Canterbury made by those who lived in Lyttelton between 1849 and 1851. Many illustrations. This copy signed by the author.
The Caxton Press, Christchurch, 2003.
Softback. 236 pages.
SECONDHAND. Fine condition.