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Publisher: Lindisfarne, Tas, Authors: 1997
Seller ID: 11536
198pp, b&w photographs, line illus. Soft covers. A very good clean copy. ISBN 0646319450 ***Lindisfarne, on the eastern shore of the Derwent near Hobart. View more info
Publisher: Launceston, Prestige Bookbinders: 1988
Seller ID: 4549
Facsimile edition. #181 of 500 numbered copies. First published in Hobart by Maitland & Krone, 1900. Two volumes. 629 & 427pp, well illustrated. Bound in blue half-leather and cloth, gilt decorations (in imitation of the original), with matching slipcase. A fine clean set. View more info
By: HUTCHINSON, R.C.
Publisher: Otago, Tas, Author: 1980
Seller ID: 18275
Number 178 0f 250 copies, signed by the author/illustrator. Oblong 4to. 20 full page pencil illustrations with explanatory text. Stiff covers with cloth spine strip (2 sticker marks). Very good. View more info
Publisher: Rokeby, Tasmania, Rokeby High School: 1988
Seller ID: 13607
#356 of 500 numbered copies. 126pp, illustrated. Soft covers. A very good clean copy. ***Overview of the Knopwood Historical Lectures (by Alison Alexander); Daniel Stanfield and the Rokeby Mill (Michael Stanfield); Chipman and Morrisby families (Dr R.W. Halliday); George Stokell: pioneer settler (Adrian Collins); Robert Mather: pioneer settler (Robert Mather); Robert Knopwood (Dr Geoffrey Stephens); South Arm with special reference to the Gellibrand family (Ted Bezzant); Christopher & Hannah Calvert and descendants (Elizabeth Robb); Rokeby 1945-1988 (Viv Adnum). View more info
By: LORD, Gwenda M.
Publisher: Taroona, Tas, Richard Lord & Partners: 1998
Seller ID: 30680
4to. 104pp, illustrated, corrigenda slip (at p97). Soft covers; minor scuff top corner of front cover. A very good clean copy. ISBN 0646324543 View more info
By: METCALFE, D.H.
Publisher: Hobart, Mount Stuart Progress Association: 2001
Seller ID: 35378
Reprint, with amendments. 4to. 60pp, duplicated typescript. Soft covers. A very good clean copy. Owner's details on title-page. ISBN 0646411276 *** The residential suburb of Hobart. View more info
By: PENFOLD, Bill.
Publisher: Hobart, Author: 1999
Seller ID: 7862
Oblong 4to.92pp, 6 colour plates (5 full-page), 66 b&w illus. Soft covers. A very good clean copy. ***Signed by Bill Penfold. ISBN 0957733704 ***New Town, a few kilometres north of Sullivan's Cove, was settled early with farms and later the grand houses of the wealthy. It soon became Hobart Town's first suburb. View more info
By: PINK, Kerry.
Publisher: Timaru, NZ, Van Diemen's Land Company: 2003
Seller ID: 36042
#221 of 250 copies thus, signed by the author. 8vo. viii, 248pp, well illustrated with b&w and colour photographs, b&w illustrations, maps. Laminated pictorial papered boards. A very good to fine clean copy. ISBN 0646426621 ***Occupying the very north-western corner of Tasmania, 'Woolnorth' was established in 1829 by - and is still owned by - the Van Diemen's Land Company. Its history has all the elements of early Vandemonian / Tasmanian history: conflict with (and brutality towards) aborigines; convict and indentured labour; conflict with the Lieutenant-Governor in Hobart Town; and the diffic... View more info
By: ROWNTREE, Amy.
Publisher: Hobart, Adult Education Board of Tas/Melbourne University Press: 1968
Seller ID: 5005
With Appendices on Anglesea Barracks by Brigadier E.M. Dollery and W.H. Hudspeth. Reprint. 138pp, vi (index), black and white illustrations and photographs, including maps. Soft covers. A very good clean copy. ***Still the only published history of Hobart's historic Battery Point. View more info
By: ROWNTREE, Amy.
Publisher: Hobart, Education Dept.: 1951
Seller ID: 20854
With Appendices on Anglesea Barracks by Brigadier E.M. Dollery and W.H. Hudspeth. First edition. 138pp, vi (index), illustrated. Soft covers. A very good clean copy. ***Still the only published history of Hobart's historic Battery Point. View more info
Publisher: Hobart, Authors?: 1959
Seller ID: 21269
#1477 of a 'limited edition'. 60pp, illustrated. Blue cloth with dustwrapper (slight chipping at head of spine, a couple of trifling stains to front, now in protective sleeve). A very good clean copy. ***The limitation is not stated, but we believe it to have been 1500 copies; the number here is hand-written, as more often than not (some are ink-stamped). View more info
By: ROWNTREE, Fearn.
Publisher: Hobart, Author?: 1953?
Seller ID: 25621
Oblong 8vo. pp, illustrations. Stapled in stiff wrappers as issued. A very good clean copy. ***Pencil sketches of colonial-era buildings in Hobart, some taken from photographs, others of buildings since demolished. View more info
By: Sandy Bay:
Publisher: Sandy Bay Historical Society: 1997
Seller ID: 5018
4to. 74pp, illustrated. Soft covers. A very good clean copy. ***Papers on Norfolk Islanders in Sandy Bay, the Rifle Range site and the University of Tasmania, the General Store, the Beach House Hotel, Frederick Medhurst, the Lipscombes. View more info
Publisher: Hobart, Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies: 2014
Seller ID: 34008
Small 4to. 162pp. Soft covers. Fine (new). *** Regions of Empire: in tracks of Captain Charles Swanston 1789-1850 (Eleanor Robin); Goulds Country (Bronwyn Meikle); Reflections of war memorials and changing values in Tasmania's Upper Derwent Valley (Richard Ely); John Lewes Pedder in popular history ((Jacqueline Fox); Town planning exhibitions, planning education and Hobart's first metropolitan plan (Peggy James & Robert Freestone); The influence of Cousins Jack and Jenny on Tasmanian history. View more info
Publisher: Hobart, Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies: 2016
Seller ID: 35744
Small 4to. 106pp, b&w photographic illustrations. Soft covers. Fine (new). ***Lord Hobart and Tasmania (Currey); Philip Palmer and religious disputation in VDL (Graham); The Franchise of the Tasmanian Legislative Council 1856 (Roberts); Photography and trauma in Aboriginal Tasmania (Gleeson); Hohepa te Umuroa's invented 'wife' Te Rai (Harman). View more info