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The Last Hermit - tales of Jackey Stevens
Added: Oct 15, 2021
 
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A portrait of Jackey Stevens and his remarkable life in the wilds of Tasmania's west coast.

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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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Wonderstruck
 
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A history of the discovery and use of Tasmania's caves and karsts.

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Musquito - Brutality and Exile
 
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Explores the story of Musquito, an aboriginal resistance leader banished to Norfolk Island and subsequently hung in Van Diemen's Land.

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Conservation Worrier
 
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Academic and conservation warrior, Jamie Kirkpatrick, looks back on his life and achievements.

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Strutting the Stage
 
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A history of the first twenty five years of theatre in Tasmania.

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The Tamar Yacht Club - History of Sailing in Launceston from 1837
 
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An illustrated history of sailing in Launceston from 1837 through to recent times.

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

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Mapping Van Diemen's Land and the Great Beyond - softcover
 
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Rare and beautiful maps from the Royal Society of Tasmania's collection.

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Tally-Ho! Ride to the Hounds
 
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A history of hunting and riding to hounds in Tasmania from colonial to modern times.

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Aboriginal Convicts - Australian, Khoisan and Maori Exiles
 
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This book is about the 130 aboriginal convicts who were transported to and within the Australian penal colonies. They lived, laboured, were punished, and died alongside other convicts, but until this groundbreaking book, their stories had largely been forgotten.

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