Castlemaine authors' silk yarn draws attention to pioneering woman

Tom O'Callaghan
Updated August 11 2017 - 6:29pm, first published August 9 2017 - 12:30pm

Two Castlemaine authors hope to draw attention to the forgotten efforts of a 19th century silk producer who brought the trade to Australia and transformed ten acres of Mt Alexander into a mulberry plantation.

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Tom O'Callaghan

Tom O'Callaghan


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