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10 thoughts on “Three Years in Tristan Da Cunha

  1. says:

    It s pretty interesting for a book written 100 years ago by a minister s wife there are still people living on this remote volcanic island in the south atlantic probably still eeking out a living on potatoes and sheep and what they can barter from passing ships.


  2. says:

    A meticulous diary of life on Tristan da Cunha at the turn of the century by the wife of a vicar stationed on the island for three years Occasionally humorous but mostly delicate and sensitive depictions of island life in a small community in the south Atlantic ocean The rhythm of life is described nicely, with cries of Sail, ho and minor medical issues for Katherine to attend to, reports of the construction of houses, educating the children, visits from passing ships, and expeditions to in A meticulous diary of life on Tristan da Cunha at the turn of the century by the wife of a vicar stationed on the island for three years Occasionally humorous but mostly delicate and sensitive depictions of island life in a small community in the south Atlantic ocean The rhythm of life is described nicely, with cries of Sail, ho and minor medical issues for Katherine to attend to, reports of the construction o...


  3. says:

    One of the joys of reading books is that every so often one stumbles upon an obscure gem which was the case for me with Three Years in Tristan da Cunha by Katherine Mary Barrow, published in 1910 Barrow accompanied her husband, a reverend, to Tristan in 1906 and the two remained there until early 1909 As Barrow writes in the preface The aim of the following pages is to give a simple and true description of daily life among a very small community cut off from the rest of the world Ms Barr One of the joys of reading books is that every so often one stumbles upon an obscure gem which was the case for me with Three Years in Tristan da Cunha by Katherine Mary Barrow, published in 1910 Barrow accompanied her husband, a reverend, to Tristan in 1906 and the two remained there until early 1909 As Barrow writes in the preface The aim of the following pages is to give a simple and true description of daily life among a very small community cut off from the rest of the world Ms Barrow does just that as she aptly reports the couple s daily life among the 17 Tristan families numberi...


  4. says:

    This is a diary of the wife of a missionary to Tristan da Cunha, the world s most remote inhabited island, from the early 20th century On one level, it s a fascinating slice of history of one of the weirdest places on Earth I like weird places On the ...


  5. says:

    Fascinating.


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