SUBJECT OF BOOKS
Joan C. Brown. "Poverty is Not a Crime": The Development of Social Services in Tasmania, 1803-1900. Tasmanian Historical Research Association. 1972. 192pp.
Thomas C. T. Cooley. Railroading in Tasmania, 1868-1961. L. Shea, Government Printer. 1961. 157pp.
John J. Cove. What the Bones Say: Tasmanian Aborigines, Science, and Domination. McGill-Queen's University Press. 1995. 221pp.
James Fenton. A History of Tasmania, from Its Discovery in 1642 to the Present Time. Hobart: J. Walch and Sons. 1884. 462pp.
David Lloyd Hopkins. The Golden Years of Tasmania: From Boom to Almost Bust and Back Again in the Island State, Tasmania. St. David's Park. 1991. 271pp.
S. W. Jackman. Tasmania. David & Charles. 1974. 220pp.
Marilyn Lake. A Divided Society: Tasmania During World War I. Melbourne University Press. 1975. 213pp.
A. E. Martin. Place Names in Victoria and Tasmania. N. S. W. Bookstall. 1944. 107pp.
Sharon Morgan. Land Settlement in Early Tasmania: Creating an Antipodean England. Cambridge University Press. 2003. 236pp.
Peter Plowman. Ferry to Tasmania: A Short History. Rosenberg Publishing. 2004. 200pp.
Lloyd Robson. A Short History of Tasmania. Oxford University Press. 1985. 189pp.
Lyndall Ryan. The Aboriginal Tasmanians. University of British Columbia Press. 1981. 315pp.
Rebe Taylor. Unearthed: The Aboriginal Tasmanians of Kangaroo Island. Wakefield Press. 2002. 390pp.
W. A. Townsley. The Struggle for Self-Government in Tasmania, 1842-1856. L. G. Shea, Government Printer. 1951. 173pp.
John West. The History of Tasmania. Launceston, Tasmania: Henry Dowling. 1852.
Gordon L. Wood. The Tasmanian Environment: A Human and Economic Geography of Tasmania. Robertson & Mullens. 1929. 107pp.
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