Australian History

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Drawing On the Right Side Of the Brain

Drawing On the Right Side Of the Brain

by Betty Edwards

Betty Edwards is an American art teacher and author, best known for her 1979 book, Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain. She taught and did research at the California State University, Long Beach until she retired in the late '90s. While there, she founded the Center for the Educational Applications of Brain Hemisphere Research.
The Bloodiest Bushrangers

The Bloodiest Bushrangers

by John O'sullivan

The Convict Ships 1787-1868

The Convict Ships 1787-1868

by Charles Bateson

The Tin Scratchers

The Tin Scratchers

by Ion L Idriess

Outlaws Of the Leopolds

Outlaws Of the Leopolds

by Ion L Idriess

The Land Boomers

The Land Boomers

by Michael Cannon

Coral Sea Calling

Coral Sea Calling

by Ion L Idriess

Hmas Melbourne

Hmas Melbourne

by Timothy Hall

A Million Wild Acres

A Million Wild Acres

by Eric C Rolls

Sydney Cove 1788

Sydney Cove 1788

by John Cobley

On the Wool Track

On the Wool Track

by C E W Bean

Hm Bark Endeavour

Hm Bark Endeavour

by Ray Parkin

The Silver City

The Silver City

by Ion L Idriess

A Gardener's Log

A Gardener's Log

by Edna Walling

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West Of the Darling

by Bobbie Hardy

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A Million Wild Acres

by Eric Rolls

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Waterloo Creek

by Roger Milliss

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The Wild North

by Ion L Idriess

Australian History Books & Ephemera

The Singing Line

The Singing Line

by Thomson, Alice

Born in 1967 Alice Thomson is Associate Editor, columnist and interviewer for the Daily Telegraph. She has also worked for the Spectator and the Times.
The Dig Tree

The Dig Tree

by Murgatroyd, Sarah

The harrowing true story of the Burke and Willis expedition team who took on the Australian wilds 150 years ago--and lost.They departed Melbourne's Royal Park in the summer of 1860, a misfit party of eighteen amateur explorers cheered on by thousands of well-wishers. Their mission: to chart a course across the vast unmapped interior of Australia, from Melbourne to the northern coast. Months later, only one man returned alive--with tales of heroism, hardships, and lost opportunities that were by turns... Read more
Inventing Australia

Inventing Australia

by White, Richard

Tobruk

Tobruk

by Fitzsimons, Peter

The Boss Drover and His Mates

The Boss Drover and His Mates

by Ingham, Anne Marie

The Snowy

The Snowy

by McHugh, Siobhan

Ghost Towns Of Australia

Ghost Towns Of Australia

by Farwell, George

The Irish In Australia

The Irish In Australia

by Patrick O'Farrell

Australians

Australians

by Keneally, Thomas

Ned Kelly

Ned Kelly

by Jones, Ian

Kokoda

Kokoda

by Fitzsimons, Peter

Queensland Frontier

Queensland Frontier

by Pike, Glenville

Ned Kelly

Ned Kelly

by McMenomy, Keith

The Europeans In Australia

The Europeans In Australia

by Atkinson, Alan