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    VICTORIA

 

         This section also contains other books relating to Victoria.

NOTE:  Some School Histories are listed here (and within the various Australian State / Territory listings) if they also   contain Local History of the area ... or ... they could be listed separately in the SCHOOL HISTORIES page.

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A HISTORY OF CAMBERWELL.  H/C + D/W  (Geoffrey Blainey)  1980.  134pp.  An interesting record of the history of one of Melbourne's oldest suburbs. Very good condition.

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A HISTORY OF THE CITY OF SPRINGVALE: Constellation of Communities. H/C & D/W (G.M. Hibbins) 1984, 1st Edition, Lothian Publishing Company 267pp. The Springvale area, first discovered by William Hovell in 1827. This book deals with community development and transition from the 1850's to the present day (at time of publication). Black & white photographs, maps, bibliography, index. Fine condition.

35.00

A HOMESTEAD HISTORY: The Reminiscences and letters of Alfred Joyce of Plaistow and Norwood, Port Phillip, 1843 - 1864. H/C + Damaged D/W (Edited by: G. F. James) 1st Published 1942 / 2nd Edition Reprinted by Jacaranda Press 1963. 220pp. Alfred Joyce and his brother, George, younger sons of a London oil-lamp manufacturer, both migrated to Port Phillip in their very early twenties, and were able to establish a pastoral partnership at Plaistow, on the Upper Loddon early in 1844. The reminiscences reveal every stage of their venture, from the threat of bankruptcy to substantial success within a decade. These letters also record the upheavals that followed. Good condition.

19.50

A TALE OF TWIN CITIES: PART 1 - THE FOUNDING YEARS. H/C + Damaged D/W (Desmond Martin) 1st Edition, 1981. 308pp. A complete local history of Albury / Wodonga district which provides much information on the early development and pioneers of the area. Good condition.

25.00

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BACKGROUND TO BEECHWORTH: From 1852. (Compiled by: Roy C. Harvey) 6th Edition, Reprint July 1972. 67pp. This book provides a general history of the early days and events of Beechworth. It also includes a list of business owners which was published in 1857 taken from the Ovens Directory. Good condition.  18.00
BACKGROUND TO BEECHWORTH: From 1852. (Roy C. Harvey) 7th Edition, 1981  68pp.  Excellent condition. 25.00

BAIRNSDALE: Portrait of An Australian Country Town. H/C + D/W (Hal Porter) 1st Edition, 1977.  296pp.  This well researched local history by a local resident gives a detailed account of many of the happenings in the town over the years from his point of view. Well written and interesting and in some cases amusing at the same time. Good condition. 

37.50

BAIRNSDALE: Portrait of An Australian Country Town. H/C + D/W (Hal Porter) Memorial Edition. 1985.  296pp.  Ex library copy.   Special.

 

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BEAUTIFUL BENDIGO. (Robert Brown & Associates) 1987. 24pp. A booklet filled with spectacular photographs from all around this city. Good condition. Special.

4.00

BEECHWORTH: An Australian Country Town and its Past. S/C (Tom Griffiths) 1987. 128pp. In this book the author explores Beechworth's history - its transition from gold town to tourist town - through the perceptions and reminiscences of the town's residents, past and present. Today, after a long period of decline, Beechworth is a prime historic site, for whom Ned Kelly, gold nuggets and iron lace and even the town itself are put on display. Good condition. 

17.50

BENDIGO: And Its Vintage Talking Trams. (Sue Mackinnon) 1st Edition, 1981. 100pp. A history of the trams as well as general interest notes about Bendigo. Good condition.

3.00

BENDIGO: a History. H/C + D/W  (Frank Cusack)  1st Edition, 1973.  262pp.  The author traces the Bendigo story from the days when shepherds of the Ravenswood run tended their sheep there to the closure of the last mine in 1954.  An excellent history of the gold mining days can be found here. Scarce.

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BESIDE THE BULLOCK TRACK: QUAMBATOOK  1894 - 1984.  H/C  (Win Noblet)  1984. 447pp.  An excellent account of the pioneers and activities of this town over the past 100 years. Very good condition - pages are in near mint condition. 

40.00

BESIDE THE SEASIDE: Victorian Resorts in the Nineteenth Century. H/C + D/W  (Andrea Inglis) Reprint, 2000. 116pp. This book is a fascinating and original study of the social scene in the leading 19th Century seaside resorts of Victoria.  In mint condition.

20.00

BETWEEN THE BAYS: MORNINGTON PENINSULA. (Joan Bognuda & Leslie M. Moorhead) No date. 78pp. A sketchbook with text.

7.50

BY THESE WE FLOURISH: A History of Warrnambool. H/C + D/W in plastic cover. (C. E. Sayers & P. L. Yule) 2nd Edition, 1987. 359pp. A history of the City of Warrnambool written to commemorate the 50th year in its status as a city. A well written and highly descriptive history. Numerous black & white plates, 5 appendices and index. Library stamp on title page. Excellent condition.

35.00

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CHRONICLES OF DANDENONG. Card covers. D/W. (Niall Brennan). Hawthorn Press, Melbourne. 1973. 1st Edition. 142pp. Local history of the Melbourne regional district. Black & White illustrations. End paper maps. Ex Library. Very good condition.

19.50

COBURG: Between Two Creeks. H/C + D/W  (Richard Broome) 1987. 366pp.  An excellent well documented early history of the area - now a Melbourne suburb. A lot of historical information can be found here. Excellent condition.

35.00

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DUNOLLY. H/C (James Flett)  1956.  This original copy provides the reader an insight of the gold rush days in Dunolly.  Much information can be gleaned here as to where the gold was found. Illustrated plus maps. The cover is rather stained but the pages inside are in excellent condition.  This book is now extremely hard to find.  Special !

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EARLY DAYS ON BENDIGO. H/C + D/W (F. McKenzie Clark. Edited by: Frank Cusack) 1st Edition, 1973. 262pp. A most comprehensive history of the district, its gold rush period and into the 20th century. Scarce.

47.50

EARLY PIONEERS IN AND AROUND CLUNES. Card covers. (May Townsend) 1989. 155pp. Details of over 100 pioneers of the Victorian mining district. Black and white illustrations.  Very good condition.

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ECHOES FROM THE MOUNTAINS AND HISTORY OF THE OMEO SHIRE COUNCIL. H/C + Damaged D/W  (A.M. Pearson) 1st Edition, 1969. 406pp. A complete history of the Omeo shire. A lot of interesting information can be found in this book. Scarce.

47.50

ECHUCA: A Centenary History. H/C + D/W (Susan Priestley) 1st Edition, 1965. 188pp. A well documented local history of the historical river port on the Murray. Many black & white illustrations & map. Very good condition.

35.00

ECHUCA - MOAMA: On the Murray.  S/C  (Helen Coulson)  1995.  344pp. A well researched and written history of these two major river towns - Echuca in Victoria and Moama in New South Wales.  Signed by author. Very good condition.

35.00

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FROM SAND SWAMP AND HEATH - History of Caulfield. H/C & D/W  Large square 4to. (Peter R. Murray & John C. Wells, City of Caulfield) 1980, 1st Edition.  278pp. A most comprehensive detailed local history of one of Melbourne's old suburbs. End paper maps. Black and white illustrations. Fine condition.

35.00

FROM SQUATTER'S HUT TO CITY: TRARALGON 1840 - 1976.  S/C  (No author named) 1st Edition, 1976.  80pp. This is a local history of the events that have taken place over the past 136 years in this Victorian town.

18.00

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GATEWAY TO PORT PHILLIP BAY. H/C + Slightly damaged D/W  (Joan Bognuda & Leslie M. Moorhead) 1st Edition 1980. 71pp. A lovely sketchbook with text on the history of this area that recaptures the spirit and enthusiasm which prevailed in the early settlement of Victoria during the nineteenth century. Therefore, this book is dedicated to those people who envisaged the importance of both population and defence of such a remote portion of the then existing new world colonies. Good condition.

9.50

GREGORY'S VICTORIAN ROAD GUIDE. Card covers.  (The Gregory Publishing Co.) Circa 1950's.  69pp. This book would be interesting to any historian as it shows where all the old places used to be .Pages foxed otherwise it is in good condition. Special.

10.00

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HAIL VICTORIA !. H/C Cover marked & slight damage on top cover. (Kathleen Ussher)  1st Edition, 1934. 262pp. This book is divided into 3 parts. PART 1 - One Hundred Years Ago - Settlers, explorers, pioneer days, roaring 1850's, Victoria (State) comes of age and Burke & Wills. PART 2 - Fifty years Ago - The first Victorians, Kelly Gang,  A Man of Destiny, First irrigator. PART 3 - Today - The city of song & forerunners. Good condition. Scarce.

15.00

HISTORIC PORT FAIRY. S/C  (Covell Publications)   1988.  24pp.  An attractive booklet with lots of photographs of the area. Good condition.

7.00

HISTORY OF BALLARAT: From the First Pastoral Settlement to the Present Time.  H/C + D/W (W. B. [William Bramwell] Withers) 2nd Revised Edition with Plans, Illustrations and Original Documents, 1887. 395pp. Facsimile Reprint, Queensberry Press, 1980.(Includes an Index compiled by: Frank Cusack, 1980). Chapters of this excellent publication include: Ballarat before the gold discovery; The gold discovery; From the gold discovery to the year of the Eureka Stockade; Digger hunting; The Eureka Stockade; Political development; Development of mining; The town of Ballarat. It contains subjects on: Eureka Stockade, Acclimatisation, Mining, Railway / Tramway, Explorers, Gaols and much more. Within the book there is a large fold-out map (85cm wide x 30cm High) with a view of Ballarat in 1887 plus another fold-out map showing the various Ballarat & Sebastopol Gold Mines gold mines, claims and leases. Also included in a separate folder are 31 individual pages (21cm wide x 26cm high) of notices and sketches most of which appear in the book. Excellent condition. Very collectable. 

250.00

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LUCKY CITY: The First Generation at Ballarat 1851 - 1901. H/C + Damaged D/W (Weston Bate) Reprint 1979. 302pp. This title explores the interaction of man with the environment and of particular men and ideas with the urban situation. It shows how, from a makeshift boom gold town, the city matured and sponsored such images of itself as "Golden City", "City of Gardens" and ""City of Sculptures". It sees its pioneers as heroic adventurers. The book also examines relationships with the fertile hinterland from which pastoral, agricultural, timber-milling and mining activity sustained Ballarat as a regional market place and industrial centre. It looks at the spread of Ballarat's influence in technology, unionism and national feeling right across Australia, as well as charting its rivalry with Bendigo and its resentment of Melbourne's dominance. A most fascinating and illustrated book that covers the whole panorama of Ballarat life. Good condition. 

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MELBOURNE: 2000 STREET DIRECTORY.  Card covers in plastic folder. (U. B. D.) 35th Edition 2000. 956pp.  Mint condition.

5.00

MELBOURNE STREET DIRECTORY: GREATER MELBOURNE  Card covers in plastic folder. (Melway) 18th Edition 1988. 458pp. Good condition.

FREE

MELBOURNE. H/C (Katherine Bell & Ian Wigney) 1978. 48pp. Contains photographs and some text. Also includes other major Victorian towns. Good condition.

4.00

MELBOURNE: JOHN BATMAN'S VILLAGE. H/C & D/W  (A. P. Bell) 178pp. 1965.This is a story of  the development of Melbourne, a village that John Batman helped to found in  1835 to the present-day metropolis. Ex library copy but it is in very good condition.

14.00

MELBOURNE: JOHN BATMAN'S VILLAGE. H/C & D/W  (A. P. Bell) 178pp. 1965.Ex Lib. Reading copy. Special.

5.00

MILDURA CALLING.  H/C + D/W   (Alice Lapthorne) 1st Edition, 1946.  61pp.  This book gives a complete history of this town. A very popular book requested over the years. Very good condition.

18.00

MILDURA CALLING.  H/C + D/W   (Alice Lapthorne) 1st Edition, 1946.  61pp.  Ex lib. Cheap reading copy in good condition.

5.00

MILDURA CALLING.  S/C   (Alice Lapthorne)  Revised Edition, 1981.  136pp.  This book gives a complete history of this town. A very popular book requested over the years. Good condition.

17.50

MOUNT ALEXANDER GOLDFIELDS - CASTLEMAINE (Victoria).   S/C  (Harry Ottery) 1986. 112pp + 32 pp Photographs + 2 Maps. An excellent account of the surrounding mines, the townships and their people bounded within this Victorian Goldfield.  A good local history book with details on gold mining. Good condition. 

SOLD

MOUNTED POLICE OF VICTORIA & TASMANIA: A History of Heroism and Duty Since 1837. H/C + D/W (John O'Sullivan) 1st Edition 1980.211pp. The gallant exploits of the police in the early days are recorded here. Very good condition. 

22.00

MOUNTED POLICE OF VICTORIA & TASMANIA: A History of Heroism and Duty Since 1837. H/C + Damaged D/W (John O'Sullivan) 1st Edition 1980.211pp.  Good condition. 

18.00

MYRTLEFORD: Gateway to the Alps. H/C + D/W (Kay Robertson) 1st Edition 1973. 263pp.  This book provides a history of the area from the gold-rushes and the development of the area. Good condition except for some tape marks inside the front and back covers. Ex lib. Special. 

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NEW CROSSING PLACE: A History of SEYMOUR and its Shire. H/C + S/C  (H. G. Martindale) 1958.  186pp. This book provides an insight of the history of this early gold rush town, the gold diggings, rural development, commercial development and much more. A really interesting book. Excellent condition.

35.00

NOOJEE and NEERIM.  S/C  (Dorothy Hunt) 1989.  190pp.  This book provides a lot of information for the family history researcher. It gives a history of the town, Community services, sporting clubs and more plus a listing of all the names and families in the area. Near brand new condition except for the previous owner's stamp on the flyleaf.

SOLD

NOT A BAD DROP: BROWN BROTHERS. H/C + D/W  (Keith Dunstan)  1999. 204pp.  The history of Brown Brothers.  

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OLD WALHALLA: Portrait of a Gold Town. S/C  (Raymond Paull)  Reprint 1967. 148pp. This book tells how the alluvial gold workings at Stringer's Creek in the remote mountains of Gippsland in Victoria grew into the busy mining town of Walhalla in the late nineteenth century. In its hey-day, the town supported numerous hotels and churches, a brewery, its own newspaper, cricket team and brass bands. This town sometimes referred to as a "ghost town"  has the romantic touch - even today. The book details in depth on some of the mines including the most famous "Long Tunnel" Good condition. 

7.50

OLD WALHALLA: Portrait of a Gold Town. S/C  (Raymond Paull)  Reprint 1980. 148pp.   Good condition. 

8.50

OF MANY THINGS: A History of Warrnambool Shire. H/C + D/W (C. E. Sayers / Olinda Books) 1st Edition, 1972. 196pp. Pioneering in the south-west of the Port Phillip district from 1839 and the establishment of the Shire in 1863. Numerous black & white illustrations, 3 appendices & index. Fine condition. 

35.00

OF MANY THINGS: A History of Warrnambool Shire.  (C. E. Sayers) 1972. 196pp. A history of Warrnambool Shire. Ex library copy.  Special !

9.50

OLD WALHALLA: Portrait of a Gold Town. S/C  (Raymond Paull)  Reprint 1967. 148pp. This book tells how the alluvial gold workings at Stringer's Creek in the remote mountains of Gippsland in Victoria grew into the busy mining town of Walhalla in the late nineteenth century. In its hey-day, the town supported numerous hotels and churches, a brewery, its own newspaper, cricket team and brass bands. This town sometimes referred to as a "ghost town"  has the romantic touch - even today. The book details in depth on some of the mines including the most famous "Long Tunnel" Good condition. 

7.50

OLD WALHALLA: Portrait of a Gold Town. S/C  (Raymond Paull)  Reprint 1980. 148pp.   Good condition.

8.50

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PHILLIP ISLAND SKETCHBOOK. H/C + Damaged D/W. (Drawings by: D. Angus. Text by: K. A. Austin)  1st Edition, 1972.  64pp.  This book contains 29 sketches with a text and / or a history on each. Good condition. 

5.00

PIONEERS OF YESTER-YEAR: History of the Buffalo River Valley. S/C (Sydney S. Bell) 1993. 205pp. An historical account of the pioneering families and activities which include many names within this area. Inscription / signed by the author. Very good condition. 

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RECORDS OF THE CASTLEMAINE PIONEERS. Cloth + D/W. (Castlemaine Association of Pioneers) 1972, 1st Edition, Rigby, Adelaide.236pp. This book consists of the recollections of pioneers on the central goldfields of Victoria, assembled from the 1880's onwards and here published for the first time. Every line in the book is rings true because it was written by people who not only witnessed this great events in Australian history, but took an active part in them. Black & white illustrations. Ex library copy. Hinges reinforced. Very good condition.

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ROUND-A-BOUT:  Wati Wati; Poon Boon; Bungunyah; Koraleigh. S/C (Marg Looney & Maisie Saville)  No date - Circa 1986.  334pp. This is an extremely rare book which provides an historical insight of the Murray Valley area. Signed by authors.  Excellent condition.

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RURAL INDUSTRY IN THE PORT PHILLIP REGION: 1835-1880.   H/C & Slightly damaged D/W  (Lynnette J. Peel) 1974. 196pp. This book describes the settlement around Port Phillip Bay and the development of rural communities. It considers the many influences on the evolution of farming systems and practices and shows that the cultural heritage of the immigrant farmers was the major influence. At first the farmers were in conflict with the land because they tried importing British agriculture, but over the next fifty years a relationship developed. It covers the economic crises, the depression and the gold-rush boom and more. This title is very hard to find. Good condition. 

27.50

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SHIRE OF KYNETON. (Booklet) "Grant of the freedom of the Shire for Entry to 4th / 19th Prince of Wales's Light Horse Regiment" - Kyneton Showgrounds, 4th September, 1976. 12pp.

4.00

SWAN HILL. H/C + D/W (Arthur Feldtmann)  1st Edition, 1973. 226pp. An excellent history and pioneering days of the town,  Excellent condition.

SOLD

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TELLING WARRNAMBOOL'S STORY.  S/C  (Bruce Morris. Edited by: Jan Critchett) 1993. 102pp. There are many interesting stories of people and the happenings in Warrnambool in the  book which are primarily taken from the local newspaper - Warrnambool Standard. Many of these articles were originally written by Bruce Morris who worked at the newspaper. Signed by Pat Varley. Very good condition. 

15.00

THE END OF AN ERA: Life in Old Eaglehawk and Bendigo. S/C (William Perry) 1st Edition 1995. 128pp. The author spent nearly a lifetime at Eaglehawk and has written this most knowledgeable book on the town and its history. It also includes information on gold-mining that took place here from the mid to late 1800's. Very good condition. 

30.00

THE GOOD COUNTRY - CRANBOURNE SHIRE. H/C & Damaged D/W (Niel Gunson / Cheshire, Melbourne) 1st Edition, 1968. 308pp.A local shire history of the Western Port Bay region of Victoria, south-east of Melbourne. Includes map and many black & white illustrations. Good condition.

27.50

THE GOVERNMENT OF VICTORIA. S/C (Jean Holmes) 1st Edition 1976.  This book is one of the series of States and Territories. It deals with the politics and administration and describes the major institutions of government - cabinet, parliament, the bureaucracy, and local government - as well as the parties and pressure groups which play key parts in the political process. Good condition. 

4.00

THE HISTORIC TOWN OF WENTWORTH. S/C (Compiled & Written by: David Tulloch / Wentworth Shire Council)  7th Edition, 1984. 88pp. A history of this town at the junction of the Murray and Darling Rivers. Good condition. 

15.00

THE HISTORIC TOWN OF WENTWORTH. (Compiled & Written by: David Tulloch / Wentworth Shire Council)  6th Edition, 1975. 88pp. A cheap 'reading' copy.  Special.

3.00

THE HISTORY OF NUNAWADING. H/C & D/W.  (Niall Brennan) Hawthorn Press, Melbourne. 1972. 1st Edition. 150pp. A history of the Shire of Nunawading from its beginnings in 1857 up until 1972. Black & white illustrations, 5 maps, bibliography, index of places, index of people. Ex parliamentary library copy. Very good condition.

25.00

THE HISTORY OF PRAHRAN - Volume II - 1925 - 1990. S/C (Sally Wilde) 1993. 331pp. In this second volume the author documents all the elements of the eclectic mix that is Prahran during the 20th century. Residents recall the changing patterns within this suburb. Most interesting reading for the historian. Mint condition.

22.00

THE MELBOURNE CUP: 1861 - 1982.  H/C + D/W (Maurice Cavanough) 9th Edition, 1983. 546pp. Everything you wanted to know about Australia's Melbourne Cup. Ex lib. Very good condition. 

12.00

THE MORNINGTON PENINSULA.  Illustrated Booklet (Issued by: Mornington Peninsula Development League) Circa 1926.   40pp.  A Settlers and Tourist Guide.  Ex library stamp. Good condition.

10.00

THE VICTORIANS:  ARRIVING. S/C (Richard Broome) 1984. 258pp. This book tells about the lives of ordinary people is aimed at all Victorians and covers an account of the Victorian migration story, spanning the past 50,000 years. Good condition.

25.00

TRACK OF THE YEARS: The Story of St. Arnaud.  H/C + Badly damaged D/W    (Yvonne S. Palmer) 1st Edition, 1955. 308pp.   The story and history of St. Arnaud. It even has a map showing where all the gold was found in the area. Lots of local history is covered in this book. A gold-mine of information here for the historian.  The book itself is in very good condition. Special. 

37.50

TRACK OF THE YEARS.   H/C  (Yvonne S. Palmer) 1st Edition, 1955. 308pp. Ex lib. Very good condition. Special. 

29.50

TRACK OF THE YEARS  H/C + Damaged D/W   (Yvonne S. Palmer)  3rd Edition, 1980. 308pp. Good condition. Special. 

45.00

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VICTORIAN TREASURES: From the La Trobe Collection, State Library of Victoria.  H/C + D/W in plastic cover. (Anne Glover) 1st Edition 1980. 80pp. This book provides an insight of the valuable paintings, drawings, letters and artefacts held in this library. Good condition. 

8.00

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WALHALLA HEYDAY. S/C  (G. F. James & C.G. Lee) Reprint, 1983.  144pp.  An excellent history of this gold rush town. Well illustrated with lots of early photographs of the town and information on the gold-diggings. Good condition. 

28.00

WANDILIGONG: A Vallet Through Time.  S/C (Wandiligong Preservation Society) 1988. 96pp. This town is just south west of Bright. Historical information as its early pioneering and gold mining days are described here. Very good condition.

22.00

WARANGA 1865 - 1965. H/C & D/W. (Harley W. Forster) 1st Edition, 1965. 147pp. A local history of a Victorian Shire in the Shepparton region. Black and white illustrations, 5 maps and end paper maps. Very good condition.

25.00

WARRACKNABEAL: A Wimmera Centenary.  H/C + D/W in plastic cover. (Susan Priestley) 1st Edition 1967. 128pp. The people of Warracknabeal have been wheat farmers ever since the grandfathers and great-grandfathers of those who commissioned this history came from the goldfields of Stawell, Ararat and St. Arnaud, the lush pastures of the Western District of Victoria and the dry farming district of South Australia. The trials and triumphs of Warracknabeal farmers over nearly one hundred years make up the history in miniature of the wheat industry of Victoria.  Ex lib. Good condition.

15.00

WIDE HORIZONS: The Story of Yarrawonga, Tungamah, and Cobram Shires.   S/C (Alan J. Dunlop)  1st Edition, 1978.  203pp. Regional history of the Cobram area of the Murray River Valley. Excellent condition.

    25.00 

WIMMERA MALLEE PIONEERS MUSEUM, JEPARIT. 2nd Edition, 1973. 72pp. A descriptive booklet about the Farm Machinery, Transport and Sundry Equipment on display.

3.00

WINDOWS ON NUNAWADING. H/C + D/W  (Diane Sydenham) 1990. 257pp. An excellent local history of the City of Nunawading, an outer eastern suburb of Melbourne. Much information with photographs can be found in this book.  Excellent condition.

25.00

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