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NDEXES to Papers and Proceedings

Index to Volumes 1 - 30 (1951-1983)

Index to Volumes 31 - 40 (1984-1993)

Index to Volumes 41 - 50 (1994-2003)

Index to Volumes 51–60 (2004–2013)

 













WHITHAM, Charles

Rambles in Western Tasmania: Articles by Charles Whitam, 1912 to 1924
Hobart, 2010.

Members price: $20.00
Non-members price: $27.50

A volume of articles written by Charles Whitam and edited by Simon Kleinig. The result of correspondence, interviews, archival and literary searches as well as extensive field studies in Tasmania.

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DAVIS Richard and Petrow Stefan (Eds)

Varieties of Vice Regal Life by Sir William and Lady Denison
Hobart, 2004.

Members price: $25.00
Non-members price: $35.00

The Tasmanian memoirs of Sir William Denison, governor of Van Diemen's Land at the end of convict transportation. Essential reading for anyone interested in this defining period of Tasmanian and Australian history.

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WHITHAM, Lindsay
Railways, Mines, Pubs and People Hobart, 2002.

Members price: $20.00
Non-members price: $25.00

A popular volume of eighteen of Lindsay Whitham's papers presented to the Tasmanian Historical Research Association. The result of correspondence, interviews, archival and literary searches as well as extensive field studies in Tasmania.

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ROE, Michael
The State of Tasmania: Identity at Federation Time
Hobart, 2001.

Members price: $20.00
Non-members price: $30.00

Michael Roe's unique study of the State of Tasmania at Federation, the effects of the Transvaal War, Federation, Royal Visits and the tensions of state and federal politics.

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ROE, Michael
Life Over Death: Tasmanians and Tuberculosis
(with a specialist chapter by Richard Wood-Baker).
Hobart, 1999.

Members price: $16.50
Non-members price: $23.00

Michael Roe investigates the experience of tuberculosis in Tasmania from prehistoric to recent times.

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ALEXANDER, Alison
Students First: Tasmania University Union 1899-1999
In conjunction with Tasmania University Union, Hobart, 1999.

Members price: $27.50
Non-members price: $33.00

A study of the Tasmanian University Union, founded in 1899 to encourage sport and social life amongst students.

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KILLALEA, Anne
The Great Scourge: the Tasmanian Infantile Paralysis Epidemic of 1937-38 Hobart, 1996.

Members price: $11.00
Non-members price: $18.50

The story of the 1937-38 outbreak of poliomyelitis in Tasmania, when the state suffered the largest per capita outbreak of the disease in the western world. Much of the book is based on the poignant stories of survivors of the outbreak.

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PETROW, Stefan
Sanatorium of the South? Public Health and Politics in Hobart and Launceston 1875-1914
Hobart, 1995.

Members price: $11.00
Non-members price: $18.50

An examination of infectious disease epidemics in Tasmania in the late nineteenth century, their causes and how municipal public health authorities responded to them.

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VERNON, FA (compiler) and SPROD, MN (ed.)
The Whitehead Letters. Tasmanian Society and Politics 1871-1882
Hobart, 1991.

Members price: $15.00
For non-members this book is now only available from Astrolabe Booksellers - see www.astrolabebooks.com.au

The letters of John Whitehead MHA from Nile in Northern Tasmania in the late nineteenth century are an invaluable primary source for this period of Tasmania's history.

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ELDERSHAW, Peter Ross
Guide to the Public Records Office.
(Colonial Secretary's Office, Governor's Office and the Convict Department)
Hobart, 1968.

Members price: $5.50
Non-members price: $9.00

Peter Eldershaw's introductions to his indispensable guidebooks to some of the richest colonial records.

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PLOMLEY, N J B
An Immigrant of 1824. (George Augustus Robinson)
Hobart, 1973.

Members price: $5.50
Non-members price: $9.00

A discussion of the sea voyage to Van Diemen's Land faced by immigrants in the mid 1820s and seen through the eyes of George Augustus Robinson, soon to become a central figure in colonist.

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LONG, Chris
Tasmanian Photographers 1840 - 1940: a directory. edited by Gillian Winter.

Hobart, in conjunction with Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, 1995.

Note - this book is now only available from the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.


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