what_happened_braesideWhat Happened at Braeside

by WC Charnley

ISBN 978-0-85905-034-0,(2010, R), 25 pp, illust, SC, B5,50grams

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In 1899 Braeside Station was the 'furthest out' in the Eastern Pilbara. A vicious native night attack resulted in the

death of Doctor Edward Vines and the spearing of Herbert Hodgson. A heavily pregnant Isabella Hodgson single

handedly fought off the murderers. Her now little known action, was an inspiration for generations of pioneers.