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Laun, Eugen
Führer und Rathgeber für Auswanderer nach Süd-Australien und Port-Adelaide. Mit genauer Beschreibung des Ackerbaus, der Viehzucht, des Bergbaus, des Ankaufs und der Niederlassung, so wie mit Angabe der Bedingungen der Ueberfahrt. Von Eugen Laun, Schiffscapitaen in Bremen. Mit einer Karte von Süd-Australien
Bremen,: Verlag von A. D. Geisler (Druck von F. C. Dubbers), 1849. First edition. In blue wrappers. Stains on title page. Occasional foxing. A water stain to inner margin throughout. Map trimmed at lower edge that effects the title, neat line and about 2 mm of the map. Overall in very good condition.. First edition. In blue wrappers. 56 p., and folding lithographed map ("Karte zum Rathgeber für Süd-Australien"; printed by Anst. v. W. Jöntzen in Bremen). A very early emigration guide for the German pioneer settlers to Adelaide, South-Australia, with a lithographed map. Emigration to South-Australia from Germany began in the late 1830s, the first ship with German emigrants landed at Port Adelaide in 1837. The early immigrants were Lutherans escaping from religious persecution of the Prussian state. After the death of Prussian King Frederick William III in 1840, the religious reason changes to economic, and the need for reliable information about South-Australia increased. This book is one of those early publications that contains accurate facts about the climate, the geography, the flora and fauna and the history of South-Australia. It also contains reliable and practical information about the currency, the possible salary for various professions, the price of the basic goods, the custom rates, and the details of the ship travel, that were necessary for the immigrants. Very less is known about the author, Eugen Laun. In the foreword he refers to his earlier, seventeen-page book "Kurze darstellung von Süd-Australien und Port Adelaide" (Bremen, 1847) and also … [Click Below for Full Description]
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