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Snow on the Lindis My Life at Morven Hills Station

Biography / Memoir
By: Madge Snow(Author), Bee Dawson(Author)
Snow on the Lindis
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  • Snow on the Lindis ISBN: 9781775537922 Paperback Sep 2015 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Snow on the Lindis is Madge Snow's story of living at Morven Hills Station on the Lindis Pass. Morven Hills is one of New Zealand's famous stations – once an enormous 400,000 acres. The great stone woolshed is one of New Zealand's most recognisable farm buildings and is one of the largest shearing sheds in the country at 34 stands. Madge Snow grew up on Malvern Downs, a station once part of the great Morven block, and she later married Richard Snow and took of the management of modern day Morven Hills Station. This is Madge's charming story of domestic station life, how the times have changed, but of fond memories that will never fade.

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Madge Snow grew up at Malvern Downs, part of the Morven Hills block on the Lindis Pass in Central Otago. She married Max Snow and they took over the running of Morven Hills Station, which once covered 400,000 acres and ran 100,000 sheep. Madge now lives in Wanaka.

Bee Dawson is a social historian who enjoys researching and writing books on the history of people, places and gardens. The wide range of topics she has written about includes women painters, the air force, the New Zealand garden, freight transportation, Hobsonville air base, the Child Cancer Foundation, and Puketiti Station.

Biography / Memoir
By: Madge Snow(Author), Bee Dawson(Author)
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