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Daddy We Hardly Knew You.

By: GREER, Germaine.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: London, Hamish Hamilton: 1989

Seller ID: 31374


312pp. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper. Edges a little yellowed, otherwise a very good clean copy. View more info

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From Chains to Freedom. Supplement: corrections and additions to the Garth, Bellett and Kidner families, 1788-1994.

By: MASON, Thais Sylvester.

Price: $55.00

Publisher: Narre Warren, M.G. Bell: 2002

Seller ID: 25786


Oblong 4to. 273pp. Soft covers. Numbered edition. A fine clean copy. ISBN 095929712X View more info

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From Chains to Freedom. Volume 2: the Bellett linkage plus the Kidner family, 1788-1988.

By: MASON, Thais.

Price: $65.00

Publisher: Melbourne, Author: 1988

Seller ID: 10441


Oblong 4to. 468pp, illus, many family trees, errata slip tipped to verso of front free endpaper. Soft covers. Fine. Signed by the author and numbered. ISBN 095929712X View more info

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From Chains to Freedom. Volume 1: a history of the Garth/Bellett Family, 1788-1982.

By: MASON, Thais.

Price: $65.00

Publisher: Melbourne, Author: 1982

Seller ID: 4638


Oblong 4to. 236pp, illustrated. Cloth-textured papered boards with gold-lettered title on spine and front, ship illustration laid into front cover. Numbered edition. A very good clean copy. ISBN 0959297103 View more info

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Tasmanian Friends and Foes, feathered, furred and finned : a family chronicle of country life, natural history, and veritable adventure.

By: MEREDITH, Louisa Anne.

Price: $625.00

Publisher: London, Marcus Ward: 1881

Seller ID: 22896


With coloured plates, from drawings by the Author and other illustrations. Second edition. Small 4to. [ii], 260pp, 8 coloured plates. Original green cloth, decorated in gold, black and blind; head and tail of spine rubbed and just beginning to fray, corners less so. All edges gilt. Slight foxing on a couple of early pages, otherwise the text is clean, as are all the plates. A good to very good copy. *** Ferguson 12515. View more info

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Pastoral Settlement in Northern Victoria. Volume Two: the Campaspe District.

By: RANDELL, J.O.

Price: $135.00

Publisher: Melbourne, Chandos: 1982

Seller ID: 36082


4to. xx, 602pp. Black cloth with dustwrapper (spine faded, closed tear lower front, now in protective sleeve). A very good clean copy, in a good wrapper. View more info

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The Pastoral Pattersons : the history of Myles Patterson and his descendants 1822-1976.

By: RANDELL, J.O.

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Melbourne, Queensberry Hill Press: 1977

Seller ID: 35989


First edition. #458 of 750 copies, signed by the author. 4to. 236pp, colour frontis, b&w photographs and illustrations, maps and plans; genealogical table and facsimile document (Proposed Plan for the Better Treatment of the Aborigines of Australia Felix, by John Hunter Patterson of Melbourne Port Phillip; June 7, 1842), and publisher's flyer, in sleeve at rear. Quarter calf, gilt rules, raised bands and spine labels, gilt device on upper board, publisher's mylar wrapper. Fine. 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