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Convict Lives at the Cascades Female Factory Vol 2
The stories of 29 female convicts who spent time at Hobart's Cascades Female Factory.

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Convict Lives at the George Town Female Factory
The stories of women who were sent to the first 'female factory" in the north of Tasmania.

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Convict Lives at the Launceston Female Factory
The story of the female convicts who lived and worked at the Launceston Female Factory.

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Convict Lives at the Ross Female Factory
The stories of women convicts who served at the Ross Female Factory.

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Convict Places
A guide to some of Tasmania's best known convict sites revealing their historic past as well as the remains that are still to be found today.

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Convict Tattoos - examining and illustrating the tattoos of convict men and women
At least 37% of male convicts and 15% of female convicts were tattooed by the time they arrived in the penal colonies, making Australians quite possibly the world's most heavily tattooed English-speaking people of the 19th century.

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Convicts in the Colonies - Transportation Tales from Britain to Australia
In the 80 years between 1787 and 1868 more than 160,000 men, women and children convicted of everything from picking pockets to murder were sentenced to be transported 'beyond the seas'.

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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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Crack Hardy - from Gallipoli to Flanders to the Somme, three Australian brothers at war
Told from the heart by the Searle brothers' great-nephew, award-winning author Stephen Dando-Collins using the letters and journals of the Searle brothers and remembrances of other family members, Crack Hardy is a compelling book that defines Australia and Australians during the making of our nation on the far-flung battlefields of the First World War.

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Cricket in the Genes
The story of Tasmanian cricket captain George Bailey, a man who it seems was always destined for great things on the cricket field.

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