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WESTERN AUSTRALIA

 

This section also contain other books relating to Western Australia.

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 CITY FOR ALL SEASONS: The Story of Melville.  S/C  (W.S. Cooper & G. McDonald)  1989. 327pp. A history of the 'City of Melville' one of Perth's suburbs, from its rural beginnings, through the exciting sub-divisions of the turn of the century and the solid growth between the wars, to the unprecedented suburban expansion and civic progress of the 1960's, 70's & the 80's. Very good condition. 

22.00

AN AUSTRALIAN PARSONAGE OR THE SETTLER AND THE SAVAGE.  H/C  (Mrs, Edward Millett)   2nd Edition, 1872.  415pp. An account of an emigrant to Western Australia in the early pioneering days.  Ex Library copy.  Spine slightly damaged otherwise the book is in very good condition.  Ex lib. Special !

100.00

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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA.  1923. 172pp.  A bibliography of Books, Articles and Pamphlets dealing with Western Australia issued since discovery in 1616.   Extremely scarce.  Ex library copy.  (Normal catalogue price: $120.00)    Good condition.  Special.

50.00

BOWYANGS AND BOOMERANGS. S/C (M.J. O’Reilly) 1984 reprint of 1944 edition with new material. 167pp.Mulga Mick’s account of life in Western Australia, Northern Territory, South Australia and Tasmania and his mining of gold, wolfram, opals and osmiridium. Swagging, Afghans, camels, mica mines and life from the 1890s in the Australian bush. (New) 

12.00

BULLS and BOABS: Kimberley people and places. H/C + D/W in plastic cover. (A. Thomas)  1st Edition 1977. 179pp. This is a book about the people of the Kimberley, many of them even yet pioneers, and the landscape about them which shapes their lives and thinking as much as if it were the Dreamtime itself.  Describes the "quick-quiders", the loners, the pearlers, the cattle men and women, the old and new pathfinders, the legends in their own time. The book is also about the places these people live and play in.  Ex lib. Reading copy. Special.

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CALL OF THE OUTBACK. H/C & D/W (P. L. Brown) 1st Edition, 1970. 191pp.  This is a book about an Englishman's wanderings in some of the remoter parts of Western Australia.  Ex lib. Reading copy. Special.

6.00

CALVERT'S GOLDEN WEST. S/C (Geoff Blackburn)  1997. 88pp. The story of the enigmatic Calvert’s and their role in Western Australian history. Includes a full bibliography. Illustrated. (New) 

20.00

CAUGHT OFF GUARD AND OTHER POEMS. S/C  (Janet Wells)  From the English countryside to a   Kimberley  cattle station, these poems evoke Janet’s past and present life, and have won prizes in the North. (New)

7.50

CHALLENGE AND THE CHANCE. H/C (S.K. Forrest)  1996. 364 large pages. The colonisation and settlement of North West Australia 1861-1914. Forrest focuses on black-white relationships, and the changing attitudes and moralities of white Australians when they, too, became indigenous. Opens a new chapter of Australian history. (New)

45.00

COMES THE HARVEST: Half a century of Agricultural progress in Western Australia:  1900 - 1949.  Bound copy. (G. C. Sutton)   1952,   24pp.   Ex library copy.  Good condition. 

8.00

CONQUEST AND SETTLEMENT. H/C Conquest and Settlement by (Geoff Blackburn) 1999. 342pp. The history of the 21st Regiment of Foot and its role in Western Australian history. Contains accounts of the suppression of the native uprisings of the 1830s and appendices on the men as soldiers and settlers, extensive biographical details and genealogical charts. Illustrated. (New)

60.00

COSSACK GOLD.  H/C (W. Lambden Owen)  1984 reprint of 1933 edition with new material. 154pp. Vivid reminiscences of the life in the North West of Australia from the 1880s to the 1930s. Gold, pearling, Aborigines, diamonds, murder and madness in the great but empty North.  (New)

15.00

COSSACK GOLD.  H/C (W. Lambden Owen)  1984 reprint of 1933 edition with new material. 154pp. Excellent condition except for a faded cover. 

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CYCLOPEDIA OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA - 2 Volumes. H/C (J.S. Battye) Facsimile reprint of 1912-13 edition. 1824pp. A concise history of early Western Australia together with biographical data on over 950 pioneers and their families. No other source contains such a volume of information on early Western Australia.      (New)

195.00

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DARKEST WESTERN AUSTRALIA.  S/C (H.G.B. Mason) 1980 reprint of 1909 edition. 74pp. The best bushman’s advice book written, with his solution to the “native question”!  Illustrated. (New)

18.00

DAUGHTERS OF MIDAS. S/C  (Norma King) 1988. 188pp. The author combines her own rich personal knowledge and insight of goldfields’ life with her thorough research to make an important contribution to the history of the goldfields. Illustrated. Good condition. Special.

15.00

DOLLYPOT.  S/C  (Edited by P. J. Bridge)  1987. 168pp.  A magnificent collection of prospectors' and miners stories. Humour, sadness, thirst, booze, hard luck, life, people and poetry of the goldfields - from the  Kimberley in the North to Ravensthorpe in the south east of Western Australia. Illustrated.   (New)

15.00

DOLLYPOT.  S/C  (Edited by P. J. Bridge)   1987.  168pp. Excellent condition except for a faded cover.   Special. 

10.00

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EXPEDITIONS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA - 2 Volumes. H/C (George Grey) 1983 reprint of 1841 edition. 916pp. This classic of Western Australian exploration in two volumes details Grey’s discoveries.  Extensive details of natural history, Aboriginal life, culture, language, and more.  Grey’s party suffered shipwreck, starvation and thirst in their long travels from  Gantheaume  Bay to Perth. Illustrated. maps. (New)

75.00

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FIRST THE SPRING: A History of the Shire of Kojonup, Western Australia.  H/C (Merle Bignell / Kojonup Shire Council) 1971. 251pp. This book provides an early history of this area, plus its development through the years. Contains many historical photographs. Ex lib. Very good condition.

15.00

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GOLDEN QUEST, The: 'Roaring days of the West Australian Gold Rushes and Life in the Pearling Industry'.    H/C (A.C.V. Bligh) 1984 reprint of 1958 edition with new material. 235pp. The search for gold and the hazards of pearling.  A vivid picture of life in the early days of the unexplored North. Illustrated. (New) 

28.00

GOLDEN QUEST, The: 'Roaring days of the West Australian Gold Rushes and Life in the Pearling Industry'.    H/C (A.C.V. Bligh) 1984 reprint of 1958 edition with new material. 235pp.  Excellent condition except for a faded spine. Special. 

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GRANDFATHER WAS A POLICEMAN. S/C (Mollie Bentley) 1993. 180pp.  Traces the early Western Australian police force from its inception to the 1890s with an emphasis on the men who served in it.  Illustrated. (New) 

15.00

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HEADS and TAILS: The Story of The Kalgoorlie Two-Up School.   S/C (Danny Sheehan with Wayne Lamotte)   1st Edition 1985  178pp.This well researched and highly interesting book is a first ever study of Australia's national game. It traces two-up's early beginnings when the First Fleet arrived in 1788 and, in particular, provides an in depth look at its development on the Goldfields of Western Australia. This book also captures many of the humorous and colourful stories about the characters who followed the pennies and attempted to escape capture by the police. All readers of this book will enjoy this entertaining and informative book on a totally individual expression of the Australian way of life. Good condition. 

15.00

HISTORY OF THE NORTH WEST OF AUSTRALIA.  S/C  (J.S. Battye) 1985 reprint of 1915 edition. 322pp. Contains details of some 230 early North-West  settlers, their families and 100 stations.  It is the most valuable source of pre-1915 information on the North West. Illustrated.   (New) 

95.00

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KIMBERLEY SCENES.  H/C  (Edited by C. Clement &   P.J.  Bridge) 1991. 310pp. Accounts of: A. Lucanus, P. Saunders, D. Swan, J. Collins, E. Hardman, A. Forbes, R. Wolfe, W.E. Routledge, A.G. Layman, F. Markusson, C.D. Price, P. Leahy, P.M. Durack and their times in the Kimberley.  A magnificent collection of reminiscences of the early days of  Kimberley : the gold rush, droving and police work in the Northern Territory  with 100 illustrations of the period.  Illustrated. (New) 

32.00

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LAW PROVIDES, The.     H/C  (E. Morrow)  1984 Reprint of the 1937 edition with new material 328pp. Morrow recounts his Police patrols through the North West Kimberley and the Murchison after World War I, chasing cattle spearers, killers and tracking lost men.  A view of the North recorded by few others.   (New) 

30.00

LAW PROVIDES, The.    S/C   (E. Morrow)  1984 Reprint of the 1937 edition with new material 328pp.   (New) 

25.00

LEGAL EXECUTIONS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA.   S/C  (Brian Purdue)  1993.  85pp.  Details of all executions and also those sentenced to death and reprieved.  Illustrated.  (New) 

14.00

LOVE THY LAND.  H/C + D/W  (Les Johnson)  1982. 229pp.  Complete history of shire of Albany. Excellent condition. This title is very hard to find.

35.00

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MANDURAH AND THE MURRAY: A Short History of the Old Murray District of Western Australia 1829 - 1900. S/C (Ronald Richards)   2nd Edition, 1990. 111pp.  An interesting historical account of this general area. Good condition. 

12.00

MEEKATHARRA- END OF THE EARTH.  H/C  (P.R. Heydon) 1994.  438pp. The history of Meekatharra, its people, mines, stations, bushmen, drovers, prospectors, townspeople and more. Illustrated.  (New) 

35.00

MEEKATHARRA- END OF THE EARTH.  H/C  (P.R. Heydon) 1994.  438pp. Good condition except for a faded spine and some marked pages. 

27.50

MEGISTI IN THE ANTIPODES. H/C (John N.Yiannakis) 1996. 267pp. A study of the Castellorizian Greeks - Migration & settlement to Western Australia 1890 - 1990. (New)

32.00

MINGENEW: 1846 - 1986. H/C (Mingenew Historical Society) 1988. 162pp. A history and study of a wheat-belt town. (New)

28.00

MOSTLY GOOD TIMES.   H/C   (Enga & Bernard Smith) 1986. 137pp. The founding of a sheep station in the Gascoyne and life in an isolated bush community and the life of Walter Smith and Emily Turp.  (New) 

22.00

MOSTLY GOOD TIMES.   S/C   (Enga & Bernard Smith) 1986. 137pp.  (New) 

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MOONDYNE JOE: The Man & the Myth  S/C  (Ian Elliot)  1998 reprint of 1978 edition with new material. 148pp.  Joseph Bolitho Johns—convict and escapee, bushranger, legend in Western Australia  and now a folk hero.   Illustrated. (New) 

14.00

MY FOURTH TOUR IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA.   H/C   (A. F. Calvert) 1989 reprint of 1897 edition.  400pp. One of the most magnificent books on the Western Australian goldfields and the bush.  Hundreds of photographs and sketches of people and places. Illustrated.   (New) 

80.00

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NO SIGN OF THE TIME. H/C (P. & B. Rodgers) 1992. 182pp. The history of Menzies, told through stories and anecdotes from old papers with a collection of photographs.   (New)

25.00

NORTH LIFE.  S/C  (F. Cousins) 1992.  234pp. Anecdotes, characters and life on the pastoral stations outback of Port Hedland in the 1930s. Illustrated.  (New) 

20.00

NORTHERN PATROL.  S/C  (R.A. Pilmer)  1998.   180pp.  Experiences of a mounted policeman in the Western Australian outback in the 1890s and early 1900s.  Accounts of native murders, horse stealing, gold rushes, the outlaw Pidgeon,   Canning Stock Route, Wiluna, Kimberley, and more.   (New) 

20.00

NOR' WESTERS: Of the Pilbara Breed. H/C (Jenny Hardie) Reprint 1988. 264pp. The story of brave ancestors who pioneered the Outback Pilbara in Western Australia.   (New)  

55.00

NOR' WESTERS: Of the Pilbara Breed. H/C (Jenny Hardie) Reprint 1988. 264pp. Good condition except for a fading spine and a biro mark.  Special. 

40.00

NOTHING PREPARED ME. S/C (Edna Eckford Quilty)   1999. 281pp. This is an autobiography that covers her 31 years on Lansdowne a million acre cattle station in the rugged Kimberley Ranges of Western Australia who traces the development of the Cattle Industry in Australia's "Top End"; from traditional mustering and droving to the use of helicopters and road trains. The story is interwoven with domestic and social scenes now mostly part of history. Ex lib. In reasonable condition. Special. 

9.50

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OLD COACH ROADS TO CUE AND BEYOND, The.  S/C  (Alex Palmer)  1993.  103pp.  The story of the tracks to the Murchison Goldfields and the people who lived at the wayside coach stations. Illustrated. SOLD

ONE DAY IN COLLIE.  H/C + D/W  (H.W. Williams) 1979. 181pp. A history of this town and its mining activities. Signed by author.  Good condition. 

25.00

ONE LIFE'S JOURNEY.   H/C  (Edward Holthouse) 1987. 161pp. Holthouse's autobiography and the history of Muccan Station, in the Pilbara of Western Australia.   (New) 22.00
OUTBACK TRAIL, The.  S/C   Gus Luck)  1988.  155pp. Gus Luck was one of   Western Australia's most experienced bushmen when he passed on his bush skills to David Carnegie, who later wrote the classic Spinifex and Sand.  Gus writes of his life and experiences in the bush, camels, natives, prospecting, people, and more, in a fascinating story of the 1880s to 1930s.   (New)  18.00
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PADDOCKS THE GLITTERING YEARS: Kalgoorlie and Boulder. H/C + plastic cover. (Arthur L. Bennett) Reprint 1982. 148pp. This book is packed with names and wonderful memories, is history at its liveliest form. Here is the bright story of a town that believed in living life to the full. It is the story of the people who made the Kalgoorlie of 1907 - 1928 one of the most exciting places to be. Prospectors with luck, prospectors with nothing at all, mine developers, bush poets, yarn-spinners, early aviators. Cycle Express wheelers, cameleers, travelling entertainers, silent movies, shopkeepers, sportsmen and civic leaders. The list could go on and on - they are all here. It is a book you won't want to put down - there is so much here to read. Ex lib. Very good condition.  9.50
PERCHED ON THE RAILS.  S/C  (Bruce Paterson)  1993.  166pp. An essentially-Australian autobiography of a pastoralist and his station life in three States.  Set mainly in the North West of Australia.  A great read in laconic style.  Illustrated.   (New)  20.00
PILBARA BUSHMAN.  S/C   (Graham J. Wilson)       2002 reprint of 1989 edition with new material.  95pp. An intriguing story of part-Aboriginal pastoralist Billy Dunn.  Working with Pilbara pioneers he was encouraged to learn and to achieve.  Ultimately he managed stock and stations of his own.  Illustrated.   (New)  15.00

PIONEERING IN THE KARRI COUNTRY.   Booklet   (H.D. Evans, Pemberton Junior High School)   No date. 19pp. A history of the development and settlement of Pemberton and the surrounding district.  Good condition. 

4.00

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REFLECTIONS OF AN ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEON.  H/C   (R.D. McKellar-Hall)  1983.  80pp.  This book spans the history of Orthopaedic surgery in Western Australia  from its inception to the present day. Illustrated.  Damaged copy. Special. 

12.00

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SCARLET PILLOWS.   S/C  (A.H. Garnsey)    1984 reprint of the 1950 edition.  153pp.  An Australian nurse's story of early Coolgardie,  Western Australia.  (New)    

15.00

SHARK BAY DAYS.   S/C  (G.W. Fry)   1995 reprint of 1988 edition with new material.  80pp, A history of Shark  Bay from the pearling days to the present.  Jack Fry’s life as a pearler and fisherman in an area now the centre of tourism. Tales of men and boats. Illustrated.   (New) 

10.00

STEAM IN THE FORESTS.  S/C  (M.R. H. Southcombe) 1986. 144pp. The role of steam engines in the Western Australian South-west timber forests.   (New) 

18.00

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TALL TREES AND TALL TALES.  S/C  (J. Morris and R. Underwood)  1992.  94pp, illustrated, 150grams. 
Stories of old Pemberton.  A marvellous reminiscence of the characters and places of the big timber country, in the South West of Western Australia. Illustrated.
  (New) 

18.00

THE BRIDE SHIPS. S/C  (Rica Erickson) 2005.  71pp. United Kingdom immigrants in the 1800s who became settlers in Western Australia. An important social history and of great genealogical interest. (New)

22.00

THE GLITTERING YEARS: Kalgoorlie and Boulder. H/C + plastic cover. (Arthur L. Bennett) Reprint 1982. 148pp. This book is packed with names and wonderful memories, is history at its liveliest form. Here is the bright story of a town that believed in living life to the full. It is the story of the people who made the Kalgoorlie of 1907 - 1928 one of the most exciting places to be. Prospectors with luck, prospectors with nothing at all, mine developers, bush poets, yarn-spinners, early aviators. Cycle Express wheelers, cameleers, travelling entertainers, silent movies, shopkeepers, sportsmen and civic leaders. The list could go on and on - they are all here. It is a book you won't want to put down - there is so much here to read. Ex lib. Very good condition. 

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THE GOLDEN QUEST, The: 'Roaring days of the West Australian Gold Rushes and Life in the Pearling Industry'   

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THE HANDBOOK OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA - 1912. H/C  (W.A. Government - Immigration & Tourist Department) 1912.  310pp.  The sub-title of this publication is: An Official Publication for the Information of Commercial Men, Tourists, and Immigrants. A most interesting book with a lot of historical facts.  Condition of the book is rather worn and foxed. Many photos and maps are included.  Ex lib reference copy.  Special !

40.00

THE LAW PROVIDES.       

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THE VETERANS: A History of the Enrolled Pensioner Force in Western Australia, 1850-1880.  H/C   (F.H. Broomhall)   1985/1989. 472ppContains a narrative history and extensive biographical data on its members with approximately 1,000 entries.  The Guard garrisoned Western Australia for 30 years. An essential source volume for all involved in Western Australian history and genealogy. (New) 

35.00

THEY'RE RACING AT LANDOR.   S/C  (P.R. Heydon)  1992. 272pp. The history of the people, horses and place of the fabled Landor bush races of the North West of Western Australia.  A racing classic.   (New) 

22.00

THOSE WERE THE DAYS. H/C (A. Reid) This is a facsimile reprint (1986) of the original copy dated 1933.  418pp. An important reminiscing history of Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie. Biographical details on over 400 early goldfielders. (New)

70.00

TO CALL OUR OWN.   S/C  (M.R.H. Southcombe) 1998.  87pp.  The pioneering of the Group Settlements, Kalgoorlie  in the depression, riots on the goldfields, and timber milling. Illustrated.    (New)

15.00

TO CALL OUR OWN.   S/C  (M.R.H. Southcombe) 1998.  87pp. New copy with some very slight foxing.    Special.

10.00

TRAVELS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA.  S/C  (May Vivienne)  1993 reprint of 1901 edition.  212pp.  The writer sparkled through   Western Australia  and the goldfields by train, coach and bicycle, charming all.  Always popular, this book is a goldfields’ gem. Illustrated.  (New)

22.50

THUNDER IN THE NORTH.   H/C  (Written and Photographed by: Ivan O'Riley)  1st Edition 1970. 80pp. This book gives an insight to the people, places and activities in the North and North-part of Western Australia. Good condition. 

3.00

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VERSE FROM THE GOLDFIELDS.   S/C   (Edited by M. Bull) 1983 reprint of the 1975 edition. 126pp, Old and modern verse from the Western Australian Eastern Goldfields.   New   

15.00

VOICE OF THE NORTH.   S/C  (Jim Kelly)  1993.  138pp.   The collected bush poems of Jim Kelly are the result of his love of the bush and time in cattle camps of 60 years ago.  A  Kimberley  classic.   New   

12.00

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Booklet - S/C (Department of Industrial Development, Perth)   No date - Circa 1980's. 95pp. An introduction to Western Australia - its opportunities, resources, way of life and the future. Good condition. Special. 

2.00

WESTERN PIONEERS.  S/C   (J.E. Hammond)   1993 reprint of 1936 edition.  134pp. The reminiscences of a pioneer settler in Western Australia.  Descriptions of early   Perth  and Geraldton, natives, the South West, people, businesses and more. Illustrated.  A favourite. (New)

18.00

WESTERN PIONEERS.  S/C  (J.E. Hammond)   1993 reprint of 1936 edition.  134pp.  New copy but it has a faded spine and a scuffed cover. Special. 

12.00

WHALEBACK TALES.  S/C  (Peter Eckhart) 1996.  119pp. The story of the town of Newman  in its early days by the first doctor in the town.  (New)

14.00

WHEEL TRACKS.   S/C  (W.W. Ammon)   1993 reprint of 1966 edition. 144pp.  Ammon was there when camel trains gave way to trucks.  His story of the early trucking days in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia  is now an Australian classic. Illustrated.    (New) 

18.00

WHEEL TRACKS.   S/C  (W.W. Ammon)   1993 reprint of 1966 edition. 144pp.  Slight foxing inside the front and back cover. Special. 

10.00

WHERE FORTUNES LAY.  S/C  (A.J. Macgeorge)  1993.  186pp.  A biography of the finders of the Golden Mile with the story of Sam Pearce and the verse of Dorrie Doolette. A real gem of the gold-rush books.   (New) 

18.00

WHERE FORTUNES LAY.  S/C  (A.J. Macgeorge)  1993.  186pp.  Slight foxing inside the front and back cover. Special. 

10.00

WHERE IS BROWN HILL ?   S/C  (Amy Moore)   1989. 60pp.  Brown Hill was a small mining community t’other side of Kalgoorlie.  Now covered with mullock heaps of the new open cuts, this township and its people are recorded by Amy Moore, born and bred in this forgotten goldfield’s village. (New) 

7.50

WILLIAM FORD AND COOLGARDIE.   S/C  William Ford and Coolgardie by (Alice Kathleen Clemenson) 1988.  151pp.  The biography of the discoverer of Coolgardie.  Copiously illustrated.  (New) 

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WILLIAM FORD AND COOLGARDIE.   S/C  William Ford and Coolgardie by (Alice Kathleen Clemenson) 1988.  151pp. This copy has a faded front cover. Special. 

15.00

WILUNA - Edge of the desert.  H/C  (P.R. Heydon)  1996.  624pp.   The history of the goldfield's town of Wiluna  and its surrounds, its people and incidents in its roaring days. Illustrated.   (New) 

50.00

WINNING THE GASCOYNE.  S/C  (R. McDonald)   1991.   248pp.   The story of the  Upper Gascoyne stations and their people with photographs, stories and details of their lives.  Illustrated.   (New) 

25.00

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YOUNG SOLDIER FROM THE GOLDFIELDS.   S/C  (Roma Wood)  1995.   138pp.  The story of a battler’s life from  Boulder to the Middle East and  New Guinea, then working in the emerging North West of Australia, raising a family in the Pilbara, the Goldfields and the Northern Territory. Illustrated.   New 

17.00

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Some more Western Australia titles on this subject can also be found on our AUSSIE BOOKS - Hesperian Press page

 

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