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Publisher: Adelaide, Rigby: 1971
Seller ID: 35197
168pp, illustrated. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper. A very good clean copy. *** A long and warm inscription from the author to her long-time friends the Tasmanian artist Max Angus and his wife Thedda occupies the entire half-title. View more info
By: BROWN, T.
Publisher: Adelaide, Libraries Board of South Australia: 1965
Seller ID: 10986
182pp, line illus and b&w photographs. Vinyl cloth. Light offsetting on eps. Small wrinkles on paste-downs. Very good. View more info
Publisher: Launceston, Foot & Playsted: 1987
Seller ID: 4304
Edited, with an introduction, by Stephen Murray-Smith. Reprint. 244pp, illustrated. Soft-covers with dustwrapper. A very good clean copy. ***Reprints the text of Brownrigg's "Cruise of the Freak", published in 1872 (Ferguson 7578) and his accounts of twelve other 'missions' to the Aboriginal communities in Bass Strait, published each year in the Launceston Examiner (some also in pamphlet form). View more info
Publisher: Hobart, Cat & Fiddle Press: 1979
Seller ID: 4303
First edition. 246pp, illustrations (including the original plates from The Cruise of the Freak), endpaper maps. Cloth with dustwrapper. Owner's name, small tape marks from a previous covering on blurb flaps, otherwise a very good clean copy. ***Reprints the text of Brownrigg's "Cruise of the Freak", published in 1872 (Ferguson 7578) and his accounts of twelve other 'missions' to the Aboriginal communities in Bass Strait, published each year in the Launceston Exa... View more info
By: CAMERON, Patsy.
Publisher: Launceston, Fullers Bookshop / Riawunna: 2016
Seller ID: 34759
(Studies in the History of Aboriginal Tasmania: 3.) Reprint. Small 4to. 176pp, illustrated. Soft covers. A fine clean copy. ISBN 0994561121 ***Cameron's work examines the tribes of north-east Tasmania and the community founded by the 'Straitsmen' and their Aboriginal wives on the islands of Bass Strait in the early 19th century. View more info
By: COVE, John J.
Publisher: Ottawa, Carleton University Press: 1995
Seller ID: 8100
221pp. Soft covers. A very good clean copy. ISBN 0886292476 ***A critical examination of the scientific research conducted with Tasmanian skeletal remains. View more info
By: COX, Robert.
Publisher: Pawleena (Tas), Cornhill Publishing: 2004
Seller ID: 17525
170pp, illus. Soft covers. A fine clean copy. ISBN 0975197703 View more info
Publisher: Hobart, Papers & Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania: 1930
Seller ID: 9970
in RSTPP for 1929, pp 123-7, 3 plates. Original wrappers. Very good. ***Comparing two children's crania, one 'found' by Dr C. at Oyster Cove, the other from the West Coast. Also in this issue: 'Tasmanian Stone Culture. Some Notes on Distinctive Types, Spokeshaves, Borers, and Chipping Tools, and their probable uses', by R.W. Legge (pp 39-43, 8 illus); 'Method of Mounting Tools on Koondi. Tribes East and North East of Lake Eyre', by George Aiston (pp 44-6, 6 illus); 'Ma... View more info
By: DAVIES, David.
Publisher: Sydney, Shakespeare Head Press: 1973
Seller ID: 10842
284pp, well illustrated. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper (spine faded, now in protective sleeve). Owner's inscription on front endpaper. A very good clean copy. View more info
Publisher: Berkeley, California, University of California Press: 1969
Seller ID: 16441
Translated & edited by F.G.T. Moore, with a Preface by E.E. Evans-Pritchard. 124pp. Cloth with dustwrapper (spine slightly sunned, shadow left by small price sticker on front). A very good clean copy. Owners' names. ***First published in 1800, this work provided the basis of the anthropological instructions to the Baudin expedition which visited Australia in 1801-03. View more info
Publisher: Brisbane, UQP: 1993
Seller ID: 34368
Reprint. 4to. 374pp, illustrations, maps. Soft covers; spine sunned. Bookshop stamp and owner's name on half-title. A good+ clean copy. ISBN 0702225134 View more info
By: GILL, Edmund D.
Publisher: Launceston, Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery: 1968
Seller ID: 4322
Records of the Queen Victoria Museum, no 31. 5pp, 2 illus. Stapled in wrappers, as issued. A very good clean copy. View more info
Publisher: Canberra, Aboriginal Studies Press: 1994
Seller ID: 15341
Two volumes. 4to. 1340pp, 1000 (colour) photographs, illustrations and maps. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrappers, in pictorial slipcase. A fine clean set. ISBN 0855752343 ***Around a third of the 200-plus contributors are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders. 2000(ish) entries, including 600 group and community entries and 500 biographies, over 30 appendices, extensive bibliography, cross-referenced and indexed. A valuable reference work. View more info
Publisher: Melbourne, Hyland House: 1983
Seller ID: 4335
First edition. 207pp. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper. Edges a trifle spotted, otherwise a very good clean copy. ***A compelling novel of the Black Wars and the 'Friendly Mission', told from the point of view of one of the main Aboriginal protagonists. View more info
By: JOHNSON, Vivien.
Publisher: Sydney, New South: 2015
Seller ID: 35530
4to. 238pp, well illustrated in colour. Soft covers with French flaps. A very good to fine clean copy. ISBN 1742232434 *** The contemporary women painters of Papunya. View more info
By: LENNOX, Geoff.
Publisher: Sandy Bay, Tas, National Parks and Wildlife Service: 1984
Seller ID: 19716
(NWPS Occasional Paper no 9.) 4to. , 88pp, [9pp references], map and buildings plan. Side stapled in soft covers with cloth spine strip. A very good clean copy. ISBN 0724618414 View more info
Publisher: Melb., MUP: 1993
Seller ID: 4321
189pp, illustrated. Soft covers. A very good clean copy. ***See Chapter 4: 'Jane Ada Fletcher and the Little Brown Picaninnies', by Miranda Morris. Another chapter is on Hobart-born Olive Pink. View more info
Publisher: Hobart, THRA Papers & Proceedings: Dec.1973
Seller ID: 19564
In THRAPP Volume 20/4, pp 167-200, 8 photographic illustrations. Stapled in wrappers. A very good clean copy. ***The only publication of this article - and thus a hard issue to find. Also in this issue: 'The Sandfly Coal Mine and tramway', by Lindsay Whitham (pp201-09, 1 plate) and 'The Ralphs Bay Neck railway', by Jack Thwaites (pp210-200). View more info