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Sources and Further Reading. For ALL Books, and includes the PLAYS as they are developed. To reduce Web clutter it was decided to locate all of this at the end of The Forgotten Tyabb Secret.

Alan Barker, When Was That? Chronology of Australia from 1788, John Ferguson Pty Ltd, Sydney.

M. Barnard Eldershaw, Phillip of Australia, G. Harrap & Co, Sydney, 1938.

Geoffrey Blainey, The Tyranny of Distance, Sun Books, Sydney, 1966.

Anthony J. Brown, Ill-Starred Captains: Flinders and Baudin, rev. edn, Fremantle Arts Centre Press, Fremantle, WA, 2004.

Danielle Clode, Voyages to the South Seas, Miegunyah Press, Melbourne, 2007.

Valda Cole, Westernport Chronology 1798–1839, Shire of Hastings Historical Society, Hastings, Vic.

Christine Cornell, Nicolas Baudin’s Australian Expedition 1800–1804, Friends of and Libraries Board of South Australia, Adelaide, 1965.

Richard Cotter. No Place for a Colony. 2001

P.J.F. Coutts. Victoria's first official settlement Sullivans Bay, Port Phillip. 1981

P.J.F. Coutts. Corinella, A Forgotten Episode in Victorian History. 1983

Miriam Estensen, The Life of George Bass, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 2005.

Miriam Estensen, The Life of Matthew Flinders, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 2003.

Evan McHugh, 1606: An Epic Adventure, UNSW Press, Sydney, 2006.

Andy Macqueen, Blue Mountains to Bridgetown: The Life and Journeys of Barrallier 1773–1853, Springwood, NSW, 1993.

Frank Clune, The Norfolk Island Story, Angus and Robertson Publishers, Sydney 1967

Nan Smith, Convict Kingston, Set-up & Printing: Photopress International, Norfolk Island 1997

Jean Edgecombe, Norfolk Island - South Pacific, Published in Australia by J. Edgecombe 1999.

John Clay, MACONOCHIE'S EXPERIMENT, John Murray (Publishers) London 2001

Dr. Keith Bowden, The Western Port Settlement and Its Leading Personalities, South Eastern Historical Association.

P.J.F. Coutts, CORINELLA, a Forgotten Episode in Victorian History, Crown Copyright, Ministry for Conservation.

Anthony Barker, WHEN was THAT Chronology of Australia from 1788-1987, John Ferguson P/L, Surry Hills NSW. 1988

Hugh Anderson, VICTORIA: from Discovery to Federation,Rigby Ltd Adelaide 1974.

Charles Bateson, Dire Strait, a history of Bass Strait, A. & A. REED P/L,Terrey Hills 1973

Ruth Gooch, SEAL ROCKS, Warrangine Word, Hastings Vic,2008

Geoffrey Blainey, Our side of the Country, the Story of Victoria, Methven Haynes, Hawthorn 1984

Tim Flannery, The Birth of Melbourne, The TEXT PUBLISHING Company, Melbourne 2002

The La Trobe Journal, Reminiscences of John Pascoe Fawkner .No.3 April 1969

Stuart McIntyre A Concise History of Australia. Cambridge University Press 1999

Laurie Chater Forth Margaret Catchpole, her life and letters. Laurie P Forth 2012

Colin Dyer The French Explorers and Sydney University of Queensland Press 2009

Nance Irvine Molly Reibey- Molly Incognita. Library of Australia History 1982

James Fleming A Journal of the Exploration of Charles Grimes 1802-1803 City of Footscray Historical Society

Richard Cotter James Hingston Tuckey of the Royal Navy. Fiends of the Collins Settlement 2011

R.M. Younger. Australia and the Australian’s.

Marnie Bassett. The Hentys. Oxford Press London. 1954

Peter Fitzimons. EUREKA . Random House Australia 2012

Michael Cannon. Melbourne after the Gold Rush.

Robyn Annear. Nothin' but Gold.

John Maloney. Eureka.

Peter Macinnis. The Big Australian History Book.

Several of the most prominent members of the First Fleet, including Arthur Phillip, were contracted to publishers in England, who were to publish their journals or accounts of the period.

The journals or accounts of Phillip, Watkin Tench, David Collins, John Hunter, William Bligh and Philip Gidley King are fascinating, although couched through an individual’s viewpoint, and possibly altered by the publishers.

Matthew Flinders’ A Voyage to Terra Australis (1814); George Bass’s Journal of a Whaleboat Voyage along the Southern Coast of New Holland 3rd of December 1797 to 25th of February 1798; and Ida Lee’s Log Books of the ‘Lady Nelson’ (1915) depict epic hands-on events.

Particular illustration credits. State Library Victoria. and State Library N.S.W.

pp.109,110,117.119; from F. Péron and L. Freycinet, Voyage de découvertes aux terres Australes, exécuté par ordre de sa Majesté, l'Empereur et Roi, sur les Corvettes le Géographe, le Naturaliste, et la Goélette le Casuarina, pendant les années 1800, 1801, 1802, 1803, et 1804, vols 1-2, Paris, 1807-16 (Rare Books);

pp. 22, 24,127, from Edwin Carton Booth, Australia Illustrated (La Trobe Collection);

pp 87 Act. Lieutenant John Murray, Map of Bass's Strait, 1802 (Maps Collection).

Museo de America, Madrid:

J.C. Beaglehole. James Cook The Journals

Rob Mundle. Cook

Rob Mundle. Bligh

David Hill. The Making of Australia

Stephen Dando Collins- Captain Bligh's other Mutiny

F. Nicholas and J Nicholas. Charles Darwin in Australia

Charles Darwin. The Origin of Species.

Charles Darwin. The Descent of Man

R McDonald, Mr Darwins Shooter.

James Broadbent.Elizabeth Farm Parramatta.

Joy Hughes, John MacArthur and The Wool Industry.

Thomas Keneally. Australians-- Origins to Eureka

H.v. Evatt.  The Rum Rebellion.

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