The story of Stephen Montague Stout

by Irma Walter

ISBN 978-0-85905-565-9, (2014, New), A4, illustrated, SC, 162pp, 455g

$35.00* + POST

Stephen Montague Stout was one of the 10,000 convicts sent to WA in the 1850s. His education, personal charm and intelligence both charmed and antagonised the colonials. Starting as a teacher he became a renowned photographer, journalist, and publisher.

This is one of the most interesting colonial biographies to have been written and will create a wider audience for our almost forgotten past.

His numerous descendants contain those that have reached the pinnacles of success in Australian life.