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Written in collaboration with the Gunditjmara people, this award-winning book brings to life the amazing, unknown story about their traditional 6,700yo eel aquaculture systems and associated stone house settlements in SW Victoria. It records how they fought the six year long Eumeralla War and have finally won back their country. They're in line for World Heritage Nomination in 2019 as Australia's first listed cultural landscape. Reprinted June 2018. Full colour, 72pp, illustrated throughout. Suitable for students and visitors to the Budj Bim landscape. $25 RRP plus small charge forGST and p&h.
Third reprint of this popular Indigenous history of the Gariwerd/Grampians Ranges. Reprinted in January 2019 in association with Brambuk the National Park & Cultural Centre.
Brings to light archaeological evidence of long term and substantial occupation of the ranges stretching back well over 20,000 years. Copiously illustrated and suitable for schools.
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Landscape format with 95 superb photos by Alison Pouliot and five challenging essays by Gib Wettenhall. In the same style and of similar quality to the Sierra Club's beautiful landscape books on the United States western national parks. Now at a40% discount inc p&h and GST.
Commissioned by Aboriginal Affairs Vic in the year 2000, this booklet graphically presents approaches and general guidelines for conserving Aboriginal cultural sites and places in coastal Victoria. It is written in plain English. Limited number available, inc p&h
An early novel by Craig Horne, author of the new acclaimed biography on Daddy Cool, Daddy Who? He is leader of the blues band, the Hornets, which over many years featured ex-Daddy Cool members. This first in a pair of novels features a young public servant who makes itgood as a rock and roll star. Inc p&h.
Two early novels by musician and writer Craig Horne, the author of the recently released official biography of Daddy Cool, Daddy Who? The racy novels follow the adventures of a young public servant who wants to become a rock star and the unintended consequences that occur when he achieves fame. Inc p&h andGST..
My Father's Son was runner-up in the National Book Council Banjo Awards for Australian Literature. It tells the story of Ric Throssell's long battle to break through the suspicion and prejudice that stifled his Foreign Affairs career as the result of being the son of a famous communist, Katherine Susannah Pritchard. In 1997, em PRESS published a revised edition, which includes a new final chapter that uncovers the information in top secret files held by ASIO on Throssell. Despite Throssell's claims to the contrary, a recent book advances evidence he was part of a Russian 'spy-ring' during the Cold War. Inc p &h and GST.
The final novel by the son of Communist writer Katherine Susannah Pritchard. A diplomat, Ric was to become embroiled in a spy scandal. This third and final novel is his take on utopian dreams and their dark side. Described as an "important" and "courageous novel" in the Canberra Times. Includes p&h and GST.