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Tasmanian Historical Studies : Volume 7, no. 1. Historians and Museums : new sites of knowledge.

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Price: $22.00

Publisher: Hobart, Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies: 2000

Seller ID: 11091


Selected papers from the Centre's 1999 conference. 93pp. Soft covers. Very good. ***Papers: Museums as Historical Sources; Social History and Deep Time; Urban Archaeology, museums and the origins of Sydney; The Bells of Port Arthur; Tasmanian Flour Mills; A Parable in Sandstone; the Pioneer Avenue between Hobart and Launceston. View more info

Tasmanian Historical Studies : Volume. 7, no. 2.

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Price: $22.00

Publisher: Hobart, Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies: 2001

Seller ID: 14064


Small 4to. 133pp. Soft covers. Very good. ***Papers from the Centre's 2000 conference - 'Turning points in Australian History': Graeme Davison, 'Navigating Australia's Past: milestones, crossroads, slow curves and blind turns'; Alison Alexander, 'Turning Point in Women's History? The Foundation of the Woman's Christian Temperance Movement'; Mark Johnston, 'The Hinge of Fate: Australia and the turning points of WWII'. ALSO - John Currey on writing David Collins' biography; David Martin Jones on Welsh Radicals in Van Diemen's Land; Glynn Barratt on early Russian contributions to VDL hydrogr... View more info

Tasmanian Historical Studies : Volume 8, no 1. Federation.

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Price: $22.00

Publisher: Hobart, Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies: 2002

Seller ID: 16021


Small 4to. 124pp. Soft covers. Fine (new). ***Includes papers from the Centre's 2001 conference on Australian Federation and its aftermath: 'Federation and the repression of difference' (Marilyn Lake); 'How the Nibble became a Bite: the causes of Federation'; 'Celebrations and Historical memory' (Stephen Alomes). Other articles: Civil registration in 19thC Tasmania (Rebecca Kippen; Sights and Sounds of Hobart in the 1860s & 1870s (Richard Ely); the Lyons government & the 1924-26 constitutional crisis (Kate Murphy); Moves towards co-ordinated planning in Tasmania 1944-77 (Stefan Petrow). View more info