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Patchwork Prisoners : the Rajah Quilt and the women who made it.

By: COWLEY, Trudy & Dianne Snowden.

Price: $60.00

Publisher: Hobart, Research Tasmania: 2013

Seller ID: 31696


Small 4to. xxiv, 326pp, illustrated. Soft covers. Fine. ISBN 0975678469 ***A study of the 180 female convicts transported to Van Diemen's Land on the 'Rajah' in 1841, and of the quilt made by some of them - the only surviving such artefact (now in the National Gallery of Australia). View more info

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Van Diemen's Women : a history of transportation to Tasmania.

By: KAVANAGH, Joan & Dianne Snowden.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Dublin, The History Press Ireland: 2015

Seller ID: 34211


Large 8vo. 400pp, illustrated. Soft covers. A fine clean copy. ISBN 1845888855 *** Examines the lives of the women transported from Ireland to Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania), aboard the convict ship 'Tasmania' in 1845. The winner of the Australian Historical Association's Kay Daniels Award in 2018. View more info

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Voices from the Orphan Schools : the children's stories.

By: SNOWDEN, Dianne.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Hobart, Author: 2018

Seller ID: 35689


8vo. 298pp, illustrated. Soft covers. Fine (new). ISBN 064698537X *** The King's / Queen's Orphan Schools - later the Queen's Asylum for Destitute Children - in Hobart Town, Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania), 1828-79. View more info

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White Rag Burning : Irish women committing arson to be transported.

By: SNOWDEN, Dianne.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Hobart, Forty South Publishing: 2018

Seller ID: 35691


Large 8vo. 236pp, illustrated. Soft covers. Fine (new). ISBN 064826517X ***Between 1841 and 1853, nearly 250 women were transported from Ireland to Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania) for arson, representing a far higher rate than for other groups of convicts. View more info