Clarence Corner to Boggo Junction: The early years of Boggo/Annerley Road

Available soon

Annerley Road grew from an 1850s bullock track to become a unique road with a unique name. Learn about when Indigenous people camped in a rich environment; the development of the 'One-Mile Swamp' and 'Boggo'; and the near-disappearance of the name 'Boggo'. By that time the road was home to a cemetery, a prison, and a 19th century legacy that survives to this day.

This book is an update of the 'One and Only Boggo Road' publication from Inside History (2008).

Christopher Dawson (2008)
76 pages, with illustrations and endnotes
RRP $8.00

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