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Van Diemen's Land - Copies of all Correspondence ... on the subject of the Military Operations lately carried on against the Aboriginal Inhabitants of Van Diemen's Land.

By: Black Line: introduction by A.G.L. Shaw.

Price: $110.00

Publisher: Hobart, Tasmanian Historical Research Association: 1971

Seller ID: 35933


Facsimile of House of Commons Paper 259 of 1831. With an historical introduction by A.G.L. Shaw. #484 of 500 numbered copies. F'cap folio. 86pp, large folding coloured map at rear. Brown cloth with dustwrapper (closed tear near head of spine, now in protective sleeve). Both top corners of the boards are quite heavily bumped, with minor effect on the text pages. Marjorie Tipping's copy, with her name in pencil on the front endpaper and with an inscription from the editor - Professor Alan Shaw - below, in ink. A good clean copy. View more info

Defending the Colony: the Military in Tasmania.

By: Military:

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Hobart, Tasmanian Historical Research Association Papers & Proceedings: December,2008

Seller ID: 28835


A single issue of THRA P&P (55/3), largely devoted to eight papers from the biennial conference of Tasmanian local historical societies, which had as its theme 'Defending the Colony: the Military in Tasmania'. Topics include the Black Line of 1830, the riot of the 96th Regiment in Launceston, 1845, military pensioners in VDL, the 63rd Regiment of Foot, and aspects of WWI in Tasmania. Two other papers concern Orangeism in Tasmania and the career of TT Flynn (father of you-know-who). Original wrappers, very good. View more info

Tasmanian Historical Studies : Volume 9. Family and Gender in Australia and Tasmania.

By: Tasmania:

Price: $22.00

Publisher: Hobart, Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies: 2004

Seller ID: 18259


Small 4to. 147pp. Soft covers. Fine (new). ***Includes papers from the Centre's 2003 conference, as well as three from the special 'Windschuttle debate' conference in Launceston May 2003. Anna Haebich: 'Bridging the Gap - Assimilation and Aboriginal Women and Their Households'. Patricia Grimshaw and Sharon Low: 'Looking Again at the Women's Vote in Tasmania'. Marilyn Lake: 'Translating Needs into Rights - Race, Manhood and the Family Wage'. Andrew Piper: 'Admission to Charitable Institutions in Colonial Tasmania - from Individual Failing to Social Problem'. Dianne Snowden: 'Convict Marriage... View more info