The Schrader Letters 1871-1896
By Caroline Gaden
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Published: Nov. 30, 2011
Words: 45,025 (approximate)
The Schrader Letters give a wonderful insight into the triumphs and struggles, loves and hates, quarrels and makeups, birth and deaths of the family of Dr CUD Schrader in rural NSW. Covering a period of twenty five years, from 1871 to 1896, the letters are a rich social history of the time as Australia moved towards nationhood.
The Schrader Letters give a wonderful insight into the triumphs and struggles, loves and hates, quarrels and makeups, birth and deaths of the family of Dr CUD Schrader in rural NSW.
Dr Schrader and his wife arrived from Germany with four children and settled in Port Macquarie. where more children arrived. The family moved to Walcha and began farming at Holstein. Dr.Schrader continued to practice medicine in several NSW towns as his children became adults, loved and lost or married and produced the next generation.
Covering a period of twenty five years, from 1871 to 1896, the letters are also a rich social history of the time as Australia moved towards nationhood.
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