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From Rabbit Traps to Rembrandts - a memoir by Nevin Hurst
Told in his own plain and unpretentious style, Nevin Hurst's memoir of a long and occasionally turbulent life is an account of a journey from humble beginnings in rural Tasmania to leadership in the world of Australian art.

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Fugitive History - The Art of Julie Gough
Fugitive History - The Art of Julie Gough celebrates Gough’s art practice, which, for over twenty years, has been central to her search for, and creation of, an identity.

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Gorgeous Gardens of Tasmania
A journey through some of Tasmania's most spectacular public and private gardens.

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Grease and Ochre
The story of two cultures, European and Aboriginal, blended over time in the colonial sea frontier of Bass Strait.

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Green Nomads - Across Australia's Wild Heritage
Bob Brown's photographic tribute to the beauty and bounty of Australia and the thousands of Australians who work to protect our unique environment.

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Growing with Strength - A History of the Hobart City Council 1846-2000,
This commissioned history of the Hobart City Council written by two Hobart-born historians describes the role of the people - aldermen, municipal officers and members of pressure groups - who have played a large part in Hobart's municipal life over 154 years.

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Guardians of the Port
A history of the colonial pilots of the Port of Hobart from the earliest days of maritime trade on the Derwent.

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Henry Hinsby - a distinguished apothecary of Hobart Town 1816-1888
This book is a biography of Henry Hinsby, apothecary /pharmacist, who arrived in Hobart Town, Tasmania from England in 1835.

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Hills of the West Wind - reflections on the Tasmanian landscape
In Hills of the West Wind, Chris Binks surveys the processes that shaped the landscape and the relationship between the people of the Island of Tasmania and the land.

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His Record is on High - Rev William Henry Browne St John's Church, Launceston
The journal of Reverend William Henry Browne LLD, of St John's Church, Launceston Van Diemen's Land covering the period 23 May 1830 to 19 February 1845.

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