PLEASE NOTE: Any book title starting with "The" - the second word of the title is used to list by.
H.M.S. Sulphur 1829-1832
by E.S. & C.G.S. Whitely
ISBN 978-0-85905-020-3, (New, 2010), A4, 101pp, 300grams
H.M.S. Sulphur contains a detailed overview of the role of the ship in the early colony, extensive correspondence of its commissioning by the Admiralty, the complete colonial correspondence relating to the ship and its crew, muster rolls of the crew, the acrimonious correspondence with the excitable Governor Stirling, the narrative of the Sulphur’s voyage around the world 1836-1842, and the activities of the ship in the 1840-1841 war with China.
The Hackett Memorial Buildings at the University of Western Australia
by John Melville-Jones
ISBN 978-0-85905-543-7, (New2012), 160x240, 79pp, col. illust., 300grams
$20 post free in Aust.
For the 100th year of the Uni of WA. the The Hackett Memorial Buildings at The University of Western Australia, was written by Emeritus Professor John Melville-Jones. It begins by detailing the circumstances that led to the provision of a very large sum of money from the bequest of Sir John Winthrop Hackett, an unexpectedly large amount, which allowed the Hackett Buildings and St George's College to be built in a more imposing style than would otherwise have been possible. The book then describes the architecture and decoration of these buildings, and includes some stories of events, serious and not so serious, that took place in and around them.
Hedland, Aud Lang Syne
by E.G Clutterbuck & Betty Doohan
ISBN 0 85905 327 X, (2003 Reprint), A4, Soft Cover, 50pp illustrated, 170grams
$22.00 + POST
A visual and written record of the Moore family, one of the early pioneering families of the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
Heroes Have Wings
by Peter Firkins
ISBN 0 85905 179 X, (1993 new), Soft Cover, 226pp, illustrated, 300grams
$30.00 + POST
Heroes Have Wings relates the stories of Royal Australian Air Force aces in the great air battles of World War II, most told for the first time. The author is one of Australia’s best-known military historians.
History of the North West of Australia
by J.S. Battye
ISBN 0 85905 057 2, (1985 reprint of 1915 edition), Hard Cover, quarto, 322pp, illustrated, 1005grams
$115.00* + POST
This magnificent, large format, hard bound volume 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.
The History of the Whalers
on the South Coast of New Holland
from 1800 – 1888
by Rod Dickson
ISBN 0-85905-394-6, (2012, 2nd, corrected edition), stiff double edged cover, A4, cleat sewn, 640pp, 1.7kg
$120.00* + POST
This volume traces the history of over 700 individual ships and their voyages from American, French, British and Colonial ports to the southern shores and offshore waters of today’s Western Australia from Cape Leeuwin to the Head of the Great Australian Bight.
HMS Guardian and the Island of Ice
The lost ship of the First Fleet and Lieutenant Edward Riou.1789 - 1790.
Compiled and annotated by Rod Dickson
ISBN 978-0-85905-511-6, (N, 2012), A4, 128pp, illust., 355grams
$30.00* + POST
In 1788 the first British settlement was established in New South Wales at Port Jackson, now Sydney, by a fleet of ships, Naval and chartered civilian vessels, loaded with convicts and their Military guards. When the fleet arrived at, firstly, Botany Bay and then Port Jackson, there was nothing to greet them, just sandy soil and scrub. Once the convicts and their guards were ashore it was necessary to establish a tented village, gardens and small farm holdings to till the soil and plant crops.
Hoovers Millions and how he made them
by James O’Brien
ISBN 0 85905 340 7, (2005 reprint of 1932 edition), soft cover, 516pp, 800grams
$66.00* + POST Direct sale only
Herbert Hoover, President of the United States of America, 1928-1932, worked for Bewick, Moreing and Co. on the Sons of Gwalia mine at Leonora, Western Australia, in 1897 and 1898. The self promoting claims of Hoover and his employers have influenced historians for nigh on a century.
The truth behind Hoovers rise to power was hidden in the archives far away from the American voter. James O’Brien’s assiduous worldwide search for the real Hoover resulted in this book. It exposes his unprincipled path to power and the destructive effects of poorly regulated corporations and unscrupulous adventurers. Suppressed in 1932 and now very rare, this book is a brilliant examination of Hoover and his fellow manipulators. It is all the more important now, when their ilk have the world’s financial system in bondage, again. The lawful results will not be long forthcoming.
Horses Horses Horses
edited by Flora Stuart Lee
ISBN 0 85905 125 0, (1989 new), Soft Cover, 79pp, illustrated, 130grams
$10.00 + POST
A celebration of the part played by horses in the development of Australian life in the days before tractors, cars and trucks.
How to Cook Wheat
by Mary Farrelly
ISBN 0 85905 385 7, (2006 reprint), soft cover , A4 , spiral bound, 42pp, 150 grams
$10.00* + POST
A depression cookbook with many great old ads.
A series of recipes using whole wheat and including the original advertisements.