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[Interview with Ted Sears]

Author: Ted Sears; Margaret Robertson; Shark Bay Pastoral History Group.
Publisher: 2004.
Series: Shark Bay pastoral industry oral history project.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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In this interview recorded at Nanga in 2004, Ted (Edward) Sears talks about life on Nanga Station, which he purchased in 1981. He describes the homestead and other buildings and talks about the changes made over time and some of the workers employed. He discusses diversification, in particular aquaculture, recounts some of the stories associated with Nanga and reflects on the establishment of the World Heritage  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Ted Sears
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Ted Sears; Margaret Robertson; Shark Bay Pastoral History Group.
OCLC Number: 765695715
Notes: CDs contain transcripts but not audio.
The 2 CDs contain transcripts for all 40 interviews in the project but do not include audio.
Description: 2 sound cassettes + 2 CDs + transcript (31 p.)
Series Title: Shark Bay pastoral industry oral history project.
Responsibility: [interviewed by Margaret Robertson].

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In this interview recorded at Nanga in 2004, Ted (Edward) Sears talks about life on Nanga Station, which he purchased in 1981. He describes the homestead and other buildings and talks about the changes made over time and some of the workers employed. He discusses diversification, in particular aquaculture, recounts some of the stories associated with Nanga and reflects on the establishment of the World Heritage Area, which incorporated the Nanga Station lease.

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