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Convict Lives : at Cascades Female Factory. Volume Two.

By: ALEXANDER, Alison & Alice Meredith Hodgson (eds).

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Hobart, Convict Women's Press: 2018

Seller ID: 35690


210pp, illustrated in colour and b&w. Soft covers. Fine (new). ISBN 0994385919 ***The second book in this series relating to the Cascades Female Factory (in South Hobart, Van Diemen's Land / Tasmania), with biographies of 29 female convicts who spent time there between 1829 and 1855. Other titles in the series concern the Ross, Launceston and George Town female factories. View more info

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Convict Lives at the George Town Female Factory.

By: Female Convict Research Centre : edited by Alison Alexander.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Hobart, Convict Women's Press: 2014

Seller ID: 32958


230pp, illustrated. Soft covers. Fine (new). ***Background articles on early George Town and its female factory - established in 1822 and closed in 1834 when the remaining inmates were moved to Launceston - with biographies of 31 women who spent time there. View more info

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Convict Lives at the Launceston Female Factory.

By: Frost, Lucy & Alice Meredith Hodgson : editors, for the Female Factory Research Group:

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Hobart, Convict Women's Press: 2013

Seller ID: 31306


278pp, illustrated. Soft covers. A fine clean copy. ISBN 0987144340 ***Short biographies of 30 inmates of the Launceston's Female House of Correction 1834-55. This was the first purpose-built female penal institution in VDL, but overcrowding and maladministration soon reduced its condition to match the squalor of those it was intended to replace. View more info

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Convict Lives at the Ross Female Factory.

By: Female Factory Research Group: edited by Lucy Frost.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Hobart, Convict Women's Press: 2011

Seller ID: 29677


238pp, illustrated. Soft covers. Fine (new). ISBN 0987144308 ***Background articles on the Ross Female Factory (1848-54), and biographies of inmates. View more info

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Maids, Masters and Magistrates : twenty women of the convict ship New Grove: maid servants in Van Diemen's Land.

By: HYLAND, Jeanette E.

Price: $55.00

Publisher: Blackmans Bay, Tas., Clan Hogarth: 2007

Seller ID: 22776


238pp, black & white and colour illustrations. Soft covers. A very good clean copy. ***Signed by the author, and with an owner's name (both on half-title). ISBN 0980320909 View more info

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Notorious Strumpets and Dangerous Girls : convict women in Van Diemen's Land 1803-1829.

By: TARDIF, Phillip.

Price: $165.00

Publisher: Sydney, Angus & Robertson: 1990

Seller ID: 21427


1802pp. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper (spine and front cover evenly sunned). A very good clean copy. ISBN 0207157987 ***The convict records of all women transported to VDL during this period, with introductory essay. View more info

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Repression, Reform & Resilience : a history of the Cascades Female Factory.

By: ALEXANDER, Alison (ed).

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Hobart, Convict Women's Press: 2016

Seller ID: 34898


264pp, illustrated in colour and b&w. Soft covers. Fine (new). ISBN 0995359903 View more info

Tasmanian Historical Research Association Papers & Proceedings. Volume 63 : number 1.

By: Tasmanian Historical Research Association.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Hobart, Tasmanian Historical Research Association: April2016

Seller ID: 34980


92pp, black & white illustrations. Soft covers. Fine [new]. *** Dr Fritz Noetling(Terry); Henry Butler Stoney (Marshall); Mary Martin, convict and schoolmistress (Bradmore & Carter); Orphan schools (Snowden); book reviews. View more info

Tasmanian Historical Studies : Volume 10 (2005). Migration : making Tasmania home?

By: Tasmania:

Price: $22.00

Publisher: Hobart, Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies: 2005

Seller ID: 20378


Small 4to. 116pp. Soft covers. Fine (new). ***Includes three papers from the Centre's 2004 conference, and six additional articles: Robin Haines: Tragedy or triumph? Migrant voyages to Australia in the age of sail. Jim Hammerton: Ten Pound Tasmanians, the British-Tasmanian experience of postwar assisted migration. Lyn Andersch: Tasmania - our most recent humanitarian arrivals. Billy Badger: 'Second-hand Realities', Erich Fried and Tasmania. Margaret Lindley: A College of Moral Exhibition, the Stranger in Hobart. Hamish Maxwell-Stewart: The life and death of James Thoas. Will Mooney: A Great ... View more info

Tasmanian Historical Studies : Volume 4, no 2.

By: Tasmania:

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Hobart, Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies: 1994

Seller ID: 7488


Continuing the Bulletin for the Centre of Tasmanian Historical Studies. 54pp. Stapled in wrappers, as issued. Very good. ***Papers: Historical survey of Northern Tasmania, Edith Waterworth & criminal law reform, Irish immigrant women, Emigration & convict wives, J.F. Pascoe's ideology of justice, Connecticut/Pennsylvania Land controversy. 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

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Van Diemen's Women : a history of transportation to Tasmania.

By: KAVANAGH, Joan & Dianne Snowden.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Dublin, The History Press Ireland: 2015

Seller ID: 34211


Large 8vo. 400pp, illustrated. Soft covers. A fine clean copy. ISBN 1845888855 *** Examines the lives of the women transported from Ireland to Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania), aboard the convict ship 'Tasmania' in 1845. The winner of the Australian Historical Association's Kay Daniels Award in 2018. View more info

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Voices from the Orphan Schools : the children's stories.

By: SNOWDEN, Dianne.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Hobart, Author: 2018

Seller ID: 35689


8vo. 298pp, illustrated. Soft covers. Fine (new). ISBN 064698537X *** The King's / Queen's Orphan Schools - later the Queen's Asylum for Destitute Children - in Hobart Town, Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania), 1828-79. View more info

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White Rag Burning : Irish women committing arson to be transported.

By: SNOWDEN, Dianne.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Hobart, Forty South Publishing: 2018

Seller ID: 35691


Large 8vo. 236pp, illustrated. Soft covers. Fine (new). ISBN 064826517X ***Between 1841 and 1853, nearly 250 women were transported from Ireland to Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania) for arson, representing a far higher rate than for other groups of convicts. View more info