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  • _JohnJohn Franklin.jpg17861847Maritime explorer, Arctic explorer, Governor of Tasmania Franklin, John (1823–1824), Narrative of a journey to the shores of the
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  • General of Tasmania "The Wars, Extirpation, Habits, etc., of the Native Tribes of Tasmania" (Hobart, 1875) "Boat Expeditions around Tasmania, 1815 and
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  • politics. Lhotsky was active in the early colonies of New South Wales and Tasmania from 1832 until 1838. Articles in The Sydney gazette and New South Wales
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  • Royal Navy officer and navigator; made several voyages to Australia and Tasmania, and was the first to map parts of the south coast of Australia. A Voyage
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  • jpg18181882Public servant in colonial Tasmania Forty Years in Tasmania Tasmania in 1871 Hints to Emigrants Tasmania as a Field for British Emigration “Hull
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  • 312). On the examination of some fossil wood from Macquarie Plains, Tasmania. (Tasmanian Journ. Nat. Sci. 1842, vol. i. p. 24.) Notes on the Botany
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  • parliamentary officer in Tasmania Parliamentary Handbook (Hobart, 1887) History of the Relations between the two Houses of Parliament in Tasmania and South Australia
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  • _WilliamWilliam Patterson.jpg17551810Explorer, botanist, Governor of Tasmania. Paterson, William (1789), A narrative of four journeys into the country
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  • The History of New South Wales; with an account of Van Dieman's Land (Tasmania), New Zealand, Port Phillip (Victoria), Moreton Bay, and other Australasian
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  • RussellNixonNixon,_Francis Russell18031879English clergyman; Bishop of Tasmania Lectures on the Church Catechism (second edition, London, 1844) “Nixon
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  • HenryBrombyBromby,_Charles Henry18141907Australian colonial clergyman, Bishop of Tasmania Church Student's Manual History and Grammar of the English Language (ed
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  • Society of Tasmania 1929:1–6. Giblin, Ronald Worthy (1929) "Robert Brown at Port Dalrymple" in Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 1929:25–32
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  • and Colonial Library" series My Home in Tasmania (Murray) With landscape illustrations by the Bishop of Tasmania (Dr. Nixon) Over the Straits (Chapman &
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  • (1856), Sea and River-side Rambles in Victoria (1860) The Wild Flowers of Tasmania (Melbourne, 1866) “Hannaford, Samuel,” in The Dictionary of Australasian
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  • relating to the habits of the Natives of Other Parts of Australia and Tasmania (1887) Volume 1 (scan) Volume 2 (scan) “Smyth, Robert Brough,” in Dictionary
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  • _Henry Butler18161894Major, 40th Regiment, British army A residence in Tasmania (1856) Victoria: with a description of its principal cities, Melbourne
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  • MackenzieJohnstonJohnston,_Robert Mackenzie18431918Scottish-born botanist in colonial Tasmania Field Memoranda for Tasmanian Botanists (Launceston, 1874) Descriptive
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  • farmer and writer History of Tasmania (Hobart, 1884) Life of Rev. Charles Price (Melbourne, 1886) Bush Life in Tasmania Fifty Years Ago (London, 1891)
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  • SwarbreckHallHall,_Edward Swarbreck18041881English-born physician in colonial Tasmania Who Translated the Bible? “Hall, Edward Swarbreck,” in The Dictionary
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  • JanzsoonAbelTasman.jpg16031659Dutch explorer credited with the discovery of w:Tasmania, w:New Zealand and w:Fiji. Abel Janszoon Tasman's Journal of his discovery
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