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Central Cookery Book
A standard reference for generations of young Tasmanians, Central Cookery Book is now in its 17th edition and remains as relevant today as when first published.

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the Mathematics Book
The Mathematics text that proves anyone can do it.

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Tasmania's Vanishing Towns
More Tasmanian ghost towns and vanished settlements from author Michael Holmes - a follow up to his incredibly popular original Vanishing Towns.

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The Convict Letter Writer
The extraordinary story of a woman's journey from convict maid in Campbell Town to prosperity, status and wealth on the other side of the world.

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Houses & Estates of Old Glamorgan
Tasmania's East Coast is best known for its beautiful coast, yet it features fascinating architecture dating back to the early 1820's - this book looks at the historic structures of the Glamorgan region of Tasmania's East Coast.

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Corruption and Skullduggery - Edward Lord, Maria Riseley, and Hobart's tempestuous beginnings
Award winning historian, Alison Alexander, turns her attention to Hobart's tempestuous beginnings and the part played by two quite different personalities, Edward Lord and Maria Riseley.

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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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The Abels Volume One softcover
A revised and updated edition of volume 1 of The Abels, the ultimate guide to Tasmania's mountains above 1100 metres.

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White Rag Burning
The story of why almost 250 Irish women were transported to Van Diemen's land over a twelve year period for committing arson.

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Celebrated Chairs
The story of George Peddle and Harry Hearn who brought the traditional craft of Windsor-chair making to Tasmania.

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