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The following listings include both NEW and USED books. Used books are noted but please confirm before purchasing to avoid disappointment.


The following include both NEWS and USED BOOKS

A Hundred years of State Forestry - South Australia- 1875-1975
By N Lewis

Anzac Day 100 Year Commemoration Glencoe

Biographical Index of South Australia 1836-1865 (USED)

Booandik Tribe of South Australian Aborigines
By Mrs James Smith – A reprint of 1880 book of habits, customs, legends, language of the Booandik, and Mr & Mrs James Smith’s efforts to ‘Christianise and civilise’ them.

Canunda Settlers 1840-1950
Comp. by Rosemary McCourt, edited by Heather Carthew - History tales of early Millicent district of Canunda on shores of Lake Bonney

Cape Jaffa, its Memorial to Seafarers, Fishermen, Lightkeepers
By John Nicholson – To compliment the memorial to seafarers, fishermen, lightkeepers lost in or who came from Cape Jaffa or Kingston SE

Down the Drain

By Malcolm Turner and Derek Carter – events of 125 years of drainage in the South East of South Australia

Exploring the Anatomy of a Region – The South East of SA
South East Book Promotions,
Edited by M. Muller – proceedings of an interactive lecture series on the history of South East, South Australia, April 2000 – May 2001

From Barrier Rise
By Brian J. O’Connor – horse racing in South East of South Australia

Gateway to the South East (USED)
By kathleen Birmingham

Harrington Harbour Cumbria

Holy Trinity Church Adelaide
Brian Dickey

Honouring Our Fallen
By: South East Family History Group

James Haines & his Family – 150 years of Australian settlement

Comp. by South East Family History Group

Lucky City - The First Generation at Ballarat 1851-1905 (USED)

Millicent North Primary School – 25 years 1968-1993
25th Anniversary Committee

Millicent North Primary School – 1968-2018
50th Anniversary

Mount Gambier Heritage Walks - Lake Terrace Cemetery

Newbery Park Primary School Formerly Millicent South Primary School
Celebrating 50 years 1967-2017

Notes of a Journey to the South Eastern District January 1863
By William Milne

On the Streets Where You Live (Mt Gambier)

By Ronald L. Thomson & Jillian L. Dixon – origins of street names

Poetry in the Parks
By June E. Emory – a Guide to Coastal Parks in the South East of S.A.

Reeds in the Wind (USED)
By: Heather Carthew – story of Christina Smith and her encounters with the Aboriginal people of the area in the 1840’s

Rendelsham 1880-1980
Recently reprinted by the Rendelsham Sport and Progress Association.

Roses from the South (USED)

School Days
Compiled by Noel Boyle

Sebastopol School

South East Sketchbook (USED)
K Robin & Max Lambshed

Southern Australia Landscapes

Sponsor me with Love (USED)

St Joseph’s Golden Jubilee – Penola 1936-1986
Pub. By: St Joseph’s Jubilee Committee

St Paul's Church Mount Gambier 1885-1985

Streaky Bay - The History of the Streaky Bay District Counci
By the History Committee of Streaky Bay

Sunlight Across the Swamplands
Heather Carthew

Tantanoola PA & H Society
Comp. by: Tantanoola Show Committee – 100 Years of Achievement

The Bargain
By John Jones

The Cape Jaffa Lighthouse Story
By Verne McLaren

The Forest , the Lake and the Mill.- Kimberley Clark Australia - Millicent Mill (APCEL) 1960-2010

The Life and Times of Granny Dalton
by Carmel Kain

The Liverpool Boys

The Marists of Moorak
Brian J. O'Connor

The ‘New’ Millicent Primary School Building Centenary 1910-2010
Souvenir book to commemorate the reunion held January 23rd & 24th 2010. Published by the Reunion Committee.

The Romance of Place Names of South Australia (USED)

Things About Thrings (USED)
By Margaret Blacker – anthology of Thring Family Tree 1849-1985

Towards Christ Together
Edited by Glenys Cull

Twisted Reeds (USED)
Heather Carthew – a first novel about Christina Smith and her encounters with Aboriginal people in the area in 1840’s

Where the Steamers Ran
By Jane Morton – the Murray River

Writing Interesting Family Histories
By Carol Baxter



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