Family history

FARAIMO-DAKUNA, Jennifer

FARAIMO-DAKUNA, Jennifer

The Tuluma is a based on a true story. I grew up in a home with lots of Tokelau artifacts, in Porirua, New Zealand. I did not understand the significance of these artifacts until I became an adult. Voices from the Village, a Pasifika anthology is a collection of poems and short stories from 39 Pasifika storytellers and writers.

MILLER, Kenneth

MILLER, Kenneth

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.

DINNING, Suzanne

DINNING, Suzanne

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.

ANN SNODGRASS, Perry

ANN SNODGRASS, Perry

Author Perry Ann Snodgrass’ two titles: Against The Tide, a true story of the three wives and sister of an educated convict, Thomas Armitage Salmon who arrived in Sydney in 1831 on the York. For his white collar crime, he served seven years as a clerk to the Superintendent of Stores at Emu Plains; and Colour of Shame, a story of family tragedy, heartbreak, love and courage.