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

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100 Hobart Houses 1901-2000 - softcover
 
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Every house has a story. 100 Hobart Houses tells a hundred stories, one for each year of the 20th century.

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Among the Willows and Wild Things
 
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A young girl's diary of her experience growing up in Tasmania's Fingal Valley in the 1930's.

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Fleeting Hopes - a History of Port Davey
 
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A history of Port Davey, that most isolated outpost in Tasmania's rugged south-west.

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Riawe
 
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The story of Lady Pam, the traditional fishing boat with a remarkable maritime history.

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A Place in the Stockyard - Tasmanian Women in Agriculture
 
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A celebration of the agricultural successes and tribulations of Tasmanian women living and working on farming properties.

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Some Small Towns and Villages around Launceston
 
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A history of fourteen small towns around Launceston beautifully illustrated by artist and author, Elizabeth de Quincey.

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Paper Tiger
 
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Paper Tiger is an exciting new history of the thylacine showing how images of the famed animal shaped perceptions of the Tasmanian Tiger.

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Wattles of Tasmania
 
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Wattles of Tasmania contains everything one needs to become an expert on the wattles of Tasmania.

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Death on the Derwent - Sue Neill-Fraser's story
 
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When Bob Chappell disappeared from his yacht, moored in the Derwent Estuary near the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania's marina, on the 26 January 2009, his partner of 18 years, Sue Neill-Fraser would soon become the only suspect in Chappell's disappearance.

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