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Jarrod Hore

Jarrod Hore

Jarrod Hore is a historian from Sydney. He teaches and researches at Macquarie University and specialises in environmental and settler colonial history. He is currently working on a book about settlers, nature, and wilderness thinking in late nineteenth-century Australasia and California.

Jarrod Hore reviews 'Kindred: A Cradle Mountain love story' by Kate Legge

April 2019, no. 410 25 March 2019
Early on in Kindred: A Cradle Mountain love story, the journalist and walker Kate Legge dwells on an ‘extraordinary coincidence’ that took place over Christmas in 1903. While the Field Naturalists Club of Victoria were on excursion to Mount Buffalo, the itinerant prophet of the National Park movement, the Scottish-American John Muir, was also in the mountains of Victoria. On Christmas Day, Mui ... (read more)