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

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Parenting the Next Generation
 
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A book that seeks to smooth the often bumpy road of parenthood for the next generation.

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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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Tasmanian Devil - a Unique and Threatened Animal
 
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This natural history book tells the remarkable story of the Tasmanian Devil - surprising, controversial, funny and tragic.

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Thylacine - Tasmanian Tiger, the tragic tale of how the world lost its most mysterious predator
 
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The tragic story of how ignorance, fear and lack of caring led to the extinction of the Tasmanian tiger or thylacine.

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A Pictorial Look at Hobart at War 1939 to 1945
 
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This book is a photographic tribute to the people of Hobart and Tasmania who came forward and volunteered to do their part in helping the fight in World War Two.

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Birds of Cataract Gorge and Surrounds
 
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A beautifully photographed guide to the 97 bird species to be found in and around Launceston's Cataract Gorge.

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Central Cookery Book
 
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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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Closing Hell's Gates - the death of a convict station
 
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Based on an elaborate reconstruction of day-to-day life at Macquarie Harbour, one of Australia's most notorious sites of convict punishment, this is the true story of how, in 1827, nine convicts opted for 'state-assisted' escape (the death sentence) rather than endure the hardships and privations of the penal settlement on Sarah Island.

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