Family history. An account of Greek immigration.
Voices from the Village, a Pasifika anthology is a collection of poems and short stories from 39 Pasifika storytellers and writers.
ISBN 978-1-922452-58-0PAPERBACKThe Tuluma Written by: Jennifer Faraimo-DakunaIllustrated by: Anitelea SakariaTranslated by: Opeta Faraimo Tokelau is located 3,355 kilometres North, North East of Aotearoa, New Zealand. Historically and traditionally, Tokelau had four...
The effect of the Good News concerning Jesus Christ has transformed the lives of our people from a life of hopelessness to that of hope and blessings.
ISBN 978-1-922722-10-2PAPERBACKNo Ordinary Life No Ordinary Life tells the story of a young couple’s experience of World War II and its influence on their lives. It’s a story of love and its resilience during extraordinarily difficult times, the time before, during...
Set on the beaches that stretch along the far north-eastern reaches of Tasmania, ‘Until The End’ is a story of the bond between two brothers that has been forged on family separation.
The Portuguese Lady’s Earrings covers the rich tapestry of the de Oliveira Evora family. Their rise to power and wealth began with their role in the Portuguese Empire, the Church predominantly through Jesuits, and with military regimes.
John Ware, with his wife, Maria, had four children in England. He decided that he would give himself and his young family a better life. In 1841, John and his family emigrated to Australia. This book, not only describes the life of the Ware family, but how the contributed to the development of Victoria and how Victorian history developed around them. In fact, the Wares arrived in Australia so early, that it was before Victoria was even known by that name.
This is the story of the people who established Mount Stuart Station in 1880 on barren land near Tibooburra in northwestern NSW. Working tirelessly through times of drought and isolation, the Thomson family established a successful sheep station that remained in the same family for 126 years.
In this companion volume to Charles Anstey & Eliza Cererher: Port Elliot pioneers, first cousins Peter Anstey and Joan Apps (nee Anstey) continue the story of the Anstey family in Australia, focusing on the lives and family of their grandparents Charles John Anstey and Fanny Louisa Smith.
Growing up in the Northwest of Western Australia in the 1900s was a tough life. It was a place where one was wise to pay respect to the harsh, uncompromising climate in this rough area of the coastal towns of Port Hedland and Carnarvon.
Filth, and sickness proliferate in Stepney, England, in the 1830’s, where Robert Stone and his family lived.
My story is about my heart being torn between two worlds, even at a young age, I remember the struggle was there within me, those strange feelings inside of me, not knowing what the feelings were? Who am I?
Stella is swept off her feet by Claude, a young man from a prominent family and the story begins. Family tragedy, heartbreak, love and courage are the elements of this poignant tale.
PT, Percy, Perce, Papa, Uncle ….. always “Full of Joy” and “Happy in the Service” – happy in the service of his many families and friends, his fellow man, his country and his Almighty God.
George tells the life story of George T Tilston, who experienced his fair share of trouble and sorrow in his first threescore and ten years: two world wars, a great depression and a deep recession to name a few.