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Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 17, 2012






Tasmanian Historical Studies - Vol. 17, 2012


Multiple Authors


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Book cover

  • Introduction: Stefan Petrow
  • Heather Felton 
    Writing Tasmanian History: The Case of James Backhouse Walker


  • Douglas Wilkie
    Finding Forrester: The Life and Death of Joseph Forrester, Convict Silversmith 
  • Caitlin Sutton  
    Henry Allport (1890-1935): The Art of Biographical Sketching
  • Michael Roe 
    A Play for 'National Theatre': Fifi Banvard in Hobart 1950-53
  • Stefan Petrow
    Visions of Bell Bay: Deep-Water Port, Industrial Precinct and Regional Planning 1912-7


  • Stefan Petrow 
    Craig Deayton, Battle Scarred: The 47th Battalion in the First World War 
  • Stefan Petrow 
    Bill Gammage, The Biggest Estate on Earth: How Aborigines Made Australia 
  • Michael Roe 
    Marcus Haward and Tom Griffiths (eds), Australia and the Antarctic System: 50 Years of Influence 
  • Stefan Petrow 
    Craig R Joel, A Tale of Ambition and Unrealised Hope: John Montagu and Sir John Franklin  
  • Stefan Petrow 
    Alice Bennett and Georgia Warner, Living in History: Tasmania's Historic Homes, The People Who Built Them, and Those Who Live in Them Now