Freda du Faur of Austrailia becomes the first woman to scale Aoraki/Mount Cook in New Zealand.
Emmeline Freda Du Faur was an Australian mountaineer, the first woman to climb New Zealand’s tallest mountain, Aoraki / Mount Cook. Du Faur was a leading amateur climber of her day.
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- Emmeline Freda Du Faur | Australian Dictionary of Biography: http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/du-faur-emmeline-freda-6025
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