The Pilbarra Society.

This organisation, based at Hesperian, has been set up to concentrate on Pilbara history, its places, people, and potential. The iron ore industry has dominated the area for many decades but the history of the area since the 1860s is little known.

The characters and incidents are as interesting as that of the better known Kimberley and goldfields. Station, mine and town histories are needed and the society hopes to bring together those who can contribute to the subject.

Small essays and reports as A5 booklets have recently been produced.

These are :-

Hannans Revisited by Watty. $5

The Wild North West by Crosscut Wilson. $5

Matrimony at Marble Bar. $5

The Real Stolen Generations. Lost in the bush and stolen by blacks by Peter Bridge. $10

The Alligators of Cambridge Gulf by W.C. Charnley. $5

Contributions towards an Aboriginal Dictionary of Biography by Peter Bridge. $10

A tale of the Meekatharra Track by Jean Dell & Hal Warwick $10.00

The Pearl Station on the NW Coast by Richmond Thatcher. $10.00*

Billy's Passenger. A voyage to Port Walcott by Richmond Thatcher. $10.00*

Postage for these above is $2.00

Cannibals, Cooke and Customs by Peter Bridge $22 Postage - $7.70

Coming soon:-

William F. Rudall. Surveyor and Explorer by Peter Bridge, Phil Bianchi, Alan Zweck, Gail Dreezens. Available in July

Roy Hill by Tony Spring.