by Dr Lenore Layman and Dr Criena Fitzgerald.
110° in the Waterbag is the first history of the richest and most sustained area of goldmining in Western Australia outside the Golden Mile. Illuminated by fascinating life stories, it explores work, life and leisure in Leonora, Gwalia and the Northern Goldfields.
It is a history of mineral riches and the people who came to mine them, prospectors, mineworkers and mining companies, migrants and their families, Aboriginal inhabitants, pastoralists and townspeople, woodcutters and Afghan traders.
The book was edited by Dr Lenore Layman and Dr Criena Fitzgerald. Phil Bianchi contributed the chapter on the Gwalia Woodline.
ISBN 9781920843687, (Western Australian Museum 2012), paper back, 440 pages.