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This book is an inspiring account of the outback NSW and Queensland pioneers in merino sheep, the Mitchell family, from 1865 and especially of Jim Mitchell from 1897 to 1992.
The story takes us from Bangate Station in western NSW in 1906 to Lambton Flats in Queensland 1936 to 1970's and to Barcaldine in the 1990's.
Jim Mitchell had an extraordinary memory. He could take charge of 50,000 head of cattle and 500,000 sheep and not require a notebook.
His greatest talent was his ability to take charge of a run-down station and build it up to be a progressive and prosperous one. This was why N.Z. & A.L. Co. appointed Jim in 1930 as the manager of Wellshot, which was the jewel in the crown of their Australian sheep stations.
Mitchell Street in Ilfracombe is named after Jim and commemorates his public service as a councillor.
Published: 1st May 2006
Publisher: Central Queensland University Press
Dimensions (cm): 25.000 x 17.500