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  • ISBN 0434110450
  • ISBN13 978-0434110452
  • Language English
  • Author Nancy Cato
  • Publisher William Heinemann Ltd; First Edition edition (September 30, 1974)
  • Pages 256
  • Formats azw doc lrf mbr
  • Category Fiction
  • Size ePub 1428 kb
  • Size Fb2 1964 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
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Cato's other books include: Green Grows The Vine, Brown Sugar and Mister Maloga, which tells the story of Daniel Matthews and his Maloga Mission to Aboriginal people on the Murray River in Victoria.

Nancy Fotheringham Cato (1917-03-11)11 March 1917 Glen Osmond, South Australia. 3 July 2000(2000-07-03) (aged 83) Noosa, Queensland, Australia. Cato's other books include: Green Grows The Vine, Brown Sugar and Mister Maloga, which tells the story of Daniel Matthews and his Maloga Mission to Aboriginal people on the Murray River in Victoria. Her book on unplanned development (environmental vandalism) in her home town of Noosa was first published in 1979. Honours and recognition.

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Brown Sugar (1974), a novel about Queensland and the trade in indentured workers from the south Pacific, was another success. Cato also wrote three books about Tasmania, one about the last Aboriginal woman on the island, Queen Truganini (1976), and A Distant Island (1988), based on the life of botanist Ronald Gunn. The Heart Of The Continent, about two generations of outback and wartime nurses, followed in 1989. Cato was honoured with a doctorate of letters by the University of Queensland in 1990.

Cato is also known for her work campaigning on environmental and conservation issues. Cato's most famous work is her trilogy, known as All the Rivers Run. It was originally published as three separate volumes: All the Rivers Run (1958), Time, Flow Softly (1959) and But Still the Stream (1962). However, since the 1970s it has been generally published as one large volume containing the three books. It was made into a TV mini-series All the Rivers Run, which was broadcast in 1983. In 2006 a new suburb of Franklin was proposed for Canberra The suburb now includes Nancy Cato Street.