Australiana Bibliography

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ABSALOM'S OUTBACK PAINTINGS, Jack Absalom & Jocelyn Burt, 1987.

ABSALOM'S OUTBACK, John Mabey, 1981.

AUSTRALIA & AUSTRALIANS, R.M.Younger, 1982.

AUSTRALIAN PUB CRAWL, Douglas Baglin & Yvonne Austin, 1977.

AUSTRALIAN PUBS, John Larkins & Bruce Howard, 1982.

AUSTRALIAN LEGENDARY TALES, K.Langloh Parker, 1953.

AROUND THE WORLD IN THE YACHT SUNBEAM, Lady Anne Brassey, 1876-77.

ARTS OF THE DREAMING: AUSTRALIA'S LIVING HERITAGE, Jennifer Isaacs, 1984.

BANJO PATTERSON'S PEOPLE, Dorothy Gauvin, 1996.

BANJO PATTERSONS AUSTRALIANS, Dorothy Gauvin, 1997.

BOWYANGS AND BOOMERANGS, MJ O'Reilly, 1944, reprinted 1984.

CHRISTINA THE TRUE STORY OF WALTZING MATILDA, Peter & Sheila Forrest, 2008.

DREAMTIME HERITAGE, Roberts & Roberts, 1975.

DREAMTIME: THE ABORIGINAL HERITAGE, Melva Jean Roberts & Ainslie Roberts,(6th Ed.) 1981.

FIRE IN THE STONE, Colin Thiele, 1976.

FRONTIER COUNTRY: AUSTRALIA'S OUTBACK HERITAGE Vol I & II, Weldon Russel, 1989.

GONE NOMAD, A. Russel, 1936.

HAPPY DISPATCHES, Banjo Paterson, 1981(2ndEd.)

LASSETER’S LAST RIDE, I L Idriess, 1932.

KEEPERS OF THE SECRETS: ABORIGINAL ART FROM ARNHEM LAND, Michael a. O'Ferral, 1991.

PRO HART'S WALTZING MATILDA, Graham Jenkin, 1980.

ROUGH AS GUTS, Douglas Baglin & Barbara Mullins, 1973.

SHEILAS; A TRIBUTE TO AUSTRALIAN WOMEN, John Larkins & Bruce Howard, 1976

STONE OF DESTINY, I L Idriess, 1948.

TIME MEANS TUCKER, H P 'Duke' Tritton, 1959

THE ABORIGINAL CHILDRENS HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA, Aboriginal Arts Board Australia Council,1977.

THE DREAMTIME: AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL MYTHS, Charles P. Mountford & Ainslie Roberts, (11th Ed.) 1974.

THE FATAL SHORE, Robert Hughes, 1986.

THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN LONELINESS, Ernestine Hill, 1940.

THE LAST VOYAGE IN THE SUNBEAM, Lady Anne Brassey, 1889.

THE MAGIC BOOMERANG, Bruce & June Macpherson, 1970.

THE SUNBURNT COUNTRY, Bevan, Ian (Ed.), 1953.

TRIBES AND BOUNDARIES IN AUSTRALIA, Nicolas Peterson, 1976.

UNIQUE TO AUSTRALIA, Bill Beatty, 1962

VISION SPLENDID: A HISTORY OF THE WINTON DISTRICT OF WESTERN QUEENSLAND, Peter & Sheila Forest, 2005.

WALKABOUT, Charles & Elsa Chauvel, 1959.

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