The York post indent was particularly important as York was the port for most of the inland trade.
Since 1990, Husing notes, more than 660,000 people have moved into the inland .
There is an abundance of game and semi-game fish in the rivers, inland water bodies and the seas off the State, the aficionados say.
Returning to Australia and discovering the inland in a series of visits as a journalist, he idealised the virtues of the bushman.
During winter, Pacific Loons can be found off the coast and in inland marine waters, such as the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
The breeze turned inland , carrying the salt water smell into the woodland on the island's eastern tip.
Construction of this narrow gauge line started in 1878, at the hight of the railway boom, in the hope to develop the pastoral and mining potential of the inland .
Katrina pushed the Gulf of Mexico's waters far inland , producing destructive storm surges 25 feet high.
He tackles the question of why settlements would only have been established on the coasts, with no inland traces of civilisation.
To pursue inland trade, living off the land was necessary.