Mary Reibey / written by Allan Drummond ; illustrated by Glenn Lumsden Drummond, Allan

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Drummond, Allan
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Pioneers and pioneer life - Australia - Biography.; Reibey, Mary, 1777-1855; Reibey, Mary.
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Mary Reibey became Australia's richest woman, but she had a skeleton in her closet. Orphaned after the death of her mother, father and a caring grandmother, she ran away from home disguised as a boy, 'borrowed' a horse and was sent to NSW. Was the criminal system inhumane? How did she find her way to the top?
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38610939

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