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Little Boats with Sails
Added: Mar 6, 2021
 
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A history of yachting's 21 foot restricted class which filled an important niche in Australia's sailing history between the first and second world wars.

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The Gatenby Saga
Added: Feb 17, 2021
 
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The story of seven generations of the Gatenby family who settled in Tasmania's midlands.

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The Media and the Massacre
 
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Explores the relationship between journalists who reported on the Port Arthur massacre and their subjects over the twenty years since it took place.

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The Making of MONA
 
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This is the inside story of how MONA - David Walsh's Museum of Old and New Art in Hobart - came to be.

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The Library at the End of the World hardcover
 
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A detailed look at the art and artists held in the Royal Society of Tasmania's rare books collection.

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The Library at the End of the World - softcover
 
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A detailed look at the art and artists held in the Royal Society of Tasmania's rare books collection.

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The Launceston Horticultural Society - a History
 
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A history of the Launceston Horticultural Society in northern Tasmania.

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The Harbour - history of Binalong Bay & Humbug Point, North-East Tasmania
 
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The Harbour - a history of Binalong Bay and Humbug Point in North-East Tasmania.

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The Gatenby Saga
 
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The story of seven generations of the Gatenby family who settled in Tasmania's midlands.

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The Curious Life of Krill - a Conservation Story from the Bottom of the World
 
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Krill. It's a familiar word that conjures oceans, whales, and swimming crustaceans. Scientists say they are one of most abundant animals on the planet. But when pressed, few people can accurately describe krill or explain their ecological importance.

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The Caravan Moves On - paintings by Elizabeth Barsham
 
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New art from Tasmania.

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The Black War - Fear, Sex and Resistance in Tasmania
 
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Between 1825 and 1831 close to 200 Britons and 1000 Aborigines died violently in Tasmania's Black War.

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