This diary logs the many travels that the schooner ‘Postboy’ completed during the late 19th century. It contains travels mostly from Port Adelaide to other gulf ports in South Australia such as Port McDonnell and Port Pirie. Mostly used as a trading ship, this diary also contains a travel log of the items being traded during every trip. After unfortunately meeting its end in 1905 at Arno Bay, South Australia, the South Australian Maritime Museum has been fortunate in acquiring Postboy's figurehead.
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