|Statement||by James Backhouse Walker.|
|Contributions||Royal Society of Tasmania.|
|LC Classifications||DU453 .W2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 289 p.|
|Number of Pages||289|
|LC Control Number||03031091|
Bonwick searched, not only the Record Office, but the papers of the Admiralty, the Foreign Office, the Privy Council, and the British Museum, and discovered and copied a large mass of documents relating to the early days of Tasmania. In the early part of this year, these copies, extending over some foolscap pages, were received in Hobart. EARLY HOUSES OF NORTHERN TASMANIA. An Historical and Architectural Survey. 2 vols. by ROBERTSON, E. Graeme & CRAIG, Edith N. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Tasmania was inhabited by an Indigenous population, the Aboriginal Tasmanians, and evidence indicates their presence in the territory, later to become an island, at le years the time of the British occupation and colonisation in the Indigenous population was estimated at between Historian Lyndall Ryan's analysis of population studies led her to . Launceston Historical Society, Tasmania, Launceston, Tasmania. K likes. Bringing together people with an interest in history/5(8).
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Genre/Form: Pictorial works: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bowring, Emily. Sketches in early Tasmania and Victoria. Hobart [Tas.]: Fullers Bookshop, The geology of Tasmania is complex, with the world's biggest exposure of diabase, or rock record contains representatives of each period of the Neoproterozoic, Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Cainozoic eras. It is one of the few southern hemisphere areas that were glaciated during the Pleistocene with glacial landforms in the higher parts. The west coast region hosts . Following is a list of names of early settlers with year of birth and death, country of birth, place and year of settlement as well as occupation at the commencement of settlement. The qualifying Early Settler of the Tasmanian Northwest is a person who settled in the northwest prior to i.e. before 31 December Get this from a library! Early Tasmania; papers read before the Royal Society of Tasmania during the years to ,. [James Backhouse Walker; Royal Society of Tasmania.].