PLEASE NOTE: Any book title starting with "The" - the second word of the title is used to list by.
The Queensland Aborigines
by W.E. Roth
ISBN 0 85905 045 9, 1984 reprint of 1897-1910 edition with new material), Hard Cover and Soft Cover, 155mm x 245mm,
Three Volumes, 873pp, illustrated, 2.8kg
$200.00* + POST
Roth has brought together some of the most significant ethnographic material ever published on the Australian Aboriginals. Over 1,500 photographs, line drawings and maps in three magnificent volumes.
This is essential for all interested in Aboriginal culture.
The R.M. Williams Hat and other stories
By Joy Smith
ISBN 978-0-85905-576-5, (1980, R 2015), A5, 24pages, 50 grams
$10.00 + POST
Some short stories about the characters of old Wiluna.
The Rebel of Glenmalure
A History of Michael Dwyer
by George Cargeeg
ISBN 0 85905 126 9, (1988 new), Hard/Soft Cover, 118pp, illustrated, 350grams
HC $26.00, SC $22.00 + POST
This is the story of Michael Dwyer, patriot; his life in Ireland and Australia; and his trial and exile.
Charged with Rebellion, he was sent to Norfolk Island until his release to his farm in New South Wales where he died in 1825.
Reminiscences of by-gone Menzies by the Old Fossicker & On the Northern Fields
by Henry Harris
ISBN 978 0 85905 455 3, (1907‑8, 1935‑6, R2009), Soft Cover, A4, 66pp, illustrated, 210grams
$25.00* + Post
The early history of Menzies and other centres of the North Coolgardie Goldfield.
Rivers of the Kimberley
by Kim Epton
ISBN 0 85905 277 X, (2000 reprint of 1996 edition), Soft Cover, A4 spiral wire bound, 90pp, 260grams
$30.00 + POST
Rivers of the Kimberley is a meticulously researched work on the discovery and naming of rivers in the Kimberley region of Western Australia by Europeans.
It includes information on each of the 109 rivers in the Kimberley region - and a few since renamed, 'lost' or 'downgraded' to creek.
The Road to Bulong
"Close up - little bit long way"
A History of the Jones Family of Hampton Plains
by P. Rajkowski and E. Tuettemann
Only available direct from the Jones family at Hampton Hill.
ISBN 0 85905 420 9, (2007 New), 380pp, illustrated, Soft Cover 1.3kg Hard Cover, dj
The story of the Jones family of Hampton Hill Station, from the colonial pearling days of Shark Bay and the Gascoyne, with the Butcher family, to goldfields pastoralism, transport and mining.
The Royal Commission … An Alleged Prevalence of Gold Stealing, 1906-7
ISBN 978-0-85905-560-4, (1907, R2013), A4, 236pp, 655g
$60.00* + POST
This ground-shaking report of a century ago changed goldfields life forever. While referred to multiple times in the daily rags there are no copies in the government library system, including the Battye. It may be that, like the Belgian governments investigation of Herbert Hoover’s crooked rorts, all copies were purchased and destroyed. Luckily a single copy surfaced from which this copy is produced in a small run. 5707 questions asked but few real answers were given. Many leading GF men decided it was wise to have a holiday for the duration of the investigation. This is the precursor to the book on gold stealing due out shortly
by Peter J. Bridge
ISBN 0 85905 283 4, (2002 new), Soft Cover, 143 pages, illustrated, 200grams
$22.00 + POST
Out of the great Kimberley goldrush of 1886 came stories of hard men in a hostile land. Some grew into legends, entering folklore, larger than life in their own lifetimes but now almost completely forgotten. Men like those of the Ragged Thirteen, Paddy the Flat, Tom Hood, Frank Hann, Billy O'Donnell, William Carr-Boyd and Russian Jack. Women also, Mother Dead Finish and the Mountain Maid. Of all these none has seen the legend eclipse the man as the story of Russian Jack. A legend in his own lifetime, the strongest man on the goldfields, Wheelbarrow Jack.