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ALDER Ken: The Measure of all things – the Seven year Odyssey that transformed the World. Little Brown 2002
ALTMANN Carol “Logging into history: Why our French heritage should be spared the axe” The Weekend Australian Review Feb. 15-16, 2003 pp. 1, 4-6
BANTICK Christopher “Green AMBITION” (Review of Adrienne Eberhard’s Agamemnon’s Poppies), Sunday Tasmanian April 6, 2003. [Contains excerpts of poems about Lahaie’s garden.]
BEAUTEMPS-BEAUPRE Atlas du voyage de Bruny-D’ Entrecasteaux … en
BEVILAQUA Simon “History under the axe”, “Seeking the Noble Savage”, “French sit by Home Fires”, “Recherche Bay proved fruitful for scientists” SUNDAY TASMANIAN series “Chips are down in Explorer Country” Sept. 22, 2002 pp. 1, 4,5.
BEVILAQUA Simon “Gunns comes under fire” The Sunday Tasmanian September 29, 2002
BEVILAQUA Simon “Bad Press Fells Green Image” The Sunday Tasmanian July 13, 2003
BICKFORD Anne “The Recherche Bay Historic Site” HUON VALLEY NEWS (Feb. 26, 2003) p.8
BINGHAM Mike “Spirit of Recherche” The Saturday Mercury Feb. 5, 2000 pp.42-43
BOLTON, Geoffrey : ‘Maritime Archaeology & Australian History’ p. 8 -14 in Aspects of Australian Culture Ed. Joost Daalder 7 Michelle Fryar Able tasman Press Adelaide 1982.
BRAND Ian The Port Arthur Coal Mines 1833-77 (Launceston, undated).
BROWN Bob (Senator) “Garden will boost jobs” HUON VALLEY NEWS Wed. Feb. 26, 2003 p.8
BURNS T.E. & SKEMP J.R. “Ronald Campbell Gunn 1808-81” Australian Dictionary of Biography (Ed. D.Pike) Vol. 1 pp. 492-493
CALDER J.E. The Native Tribes of Tasmania (Hobart 1875)
CALDER J.E.Oyster Culture: A Compilation of Facts (Hobart Town 1868)
CAPLES John “Historic sites risk: landowners warn” EXAMINER NEWS 21 Feb. 2003
CARR S.G.M. & D.J. “A charmed life: the collections of Labillardiere” in Carr (eds) People & Plants in Australia (Sydney 1981)
CHISHOLM A.H. “John Gould, zoologist 1804-1881” ADB Vol. 1 pp. 465-7
CHITTLEBOROUGH, Anne, DOOLEY, Gillian, GLOVER Brenda & HOSKING Rick: Alas for the Pelicans- Flinders, Baudin & Beyond Essays & Poems. Wakefield Press 2002
CLARK Nick “France backs garden study” The Saturday Mercury Feb. 22, 2003, p.7
Colonial Times 11,18 Feb. 1840
DARBY Andrew “A French Connection” Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday 25 March 2003, pp. 17-19
DARBY Garry William Buelow Gould (Sydney 1980)
DAY A.A. “First geophysical measurement? The Australian Geologist 80 (1991) pp.7-8
DAY A.A. “The Development of Geophysics in Australia” Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society NSW 100 (1966) pp.33-60
DUNMORE John The French Reconaissance: Explorers in the Pacific (Oxford 1965)
D’URVILLE, DUMONT Two Voyages to the South Pacific: Trans. & Ed. Helen Rosenman. MUP 1987. P 162-4
DUYKER Edward & Maryse (eds) D’Entrecasteaux: Voyage to Australia and the Pacific 1791-93 (Melbourne 2001)
DUYKER Edward Citizen Labillardiere (MUP 2003)
DUYKER Edward :The Europeans ABC 4/05/2003 Radio National
DUYKER Edward - http://www.abc.net.au/hobart/stories/s844592.htm-
EDWARDS Terry “Private Property is not a Public Domain” Saturday Mercury March 1, 2003 p.27
ELY Richard The History of the Huon, Channel, Bruny Island Region: Printed Sources (Hobart 1989)
Examiner 8/3/78 “Forestry Roads in the Cockle Creek Area”
FRASER CAMERON, Wren & others “Rediscovering the French Garden at Recherche Bay: taped interview with Bob Graham, Helen Gee, Cate Burke and Chris Vonderborch Feb. 2003
FRASER CAMERON, Wren, POULSON Bruce, PROSSER Paddy, THIELE Jane and others First Submission from the Recherche Bay Protection Group to the Tasmanian Heritage Council
FRASER CAMERON Wren, HOGG Greg and others Joint submission by Recherche Bay Protection Group and the Far South Historical Society to the Inquiry by the Joint Standing Committee on Environment, Resources and Development into the current arrangements for preserving natural and cultural values on private land in Tasmania
FRASER CAMERON Wren, Deb Wace, Bruce Poulsen and others taped interview with Michelle Rayner Producer, ABC Radio National ‘Hindsight’
GIBLIN R.W. The Early History of Tasmania (London 1928)
GILFEDDER Louise Checklist of the Botanical Inventory of Labillardiere’s Collections from Tasmania (publisher unknown)
HALEY Martine “Greens seek Park tag for old garden”The Mercury Feb. 19, 2003 p.3
HEALY Paul “Memento of Eden Days” Saturday Mercury Feb.22,P 2003
HEALY Paul “the first potager plot” Sunday Tasmanian p.24 March 2 2003
HEATHER Gloria Interviews with Bruce Poulson re memories of French sites, the Crescent Mill, logging etc. (Unpublished).
HENEY Helen “Strzelecki, Sir Paul Edmond” ADB Vol. 2 (ed. Pike D.) pp.494-5
HITCHINS John “Recollections of the French Garden” (Taped interview with Bruce Poulson, April 2000).
HOGG G.H. “D’Entrecasteaux: An Account of His Life, His Expedition, and his Officers” Pap. & Proc. Roy. Soc. Tasmania 1937 (20 May 1938, read 12 April 1937)
HOGG Greg “The scientific achievements of Lt. Rossel” Huon Valley News February 14, 2001. Series includes other articles “The motives of some of the crew of the expedition” and “The Geographers”.
HOGG Greg “Tasmania’s oldest European artifacts” Huon News Feb. 19, 2003 p.9.
HORNER Frank Looking for La Perouse (Melb. 1995)
JAGER Elaine & Handy “The French Garden, Observatory Point, the Ryans et al” (Taped interview with Bruce Poulson & Paddy Prosser Feb. 19, 2003 Strathblane)
JILL, Duchess of Hamilton Napoleon, the Empress & the Artist … the story of Napoleon, Josephine’s Garden at Malmaison, Redoute & the Australian Plants (NSW 1999)
KOSTOGLU Parry Historic Timber-Getting between Cockle Creek and Lune River Block 1: Archaeology of the Tasmanian Timber Industry Report #4 (Hobart 1994)
KOSTOGLU Parry Cockle Creek Visitor Services Site: A Survey of Historic Heritage Values (Forestry Commission Tasmania, undated)
KOSTOGLU Parry Whaling Stations on the Tasmanian Coast LSD 1/115 pp.1-7
LABILLARDIERE Jacques-Julien Voyage in Search of La Perouse (London 1900)
LAUNCESTON FIELD NATURALISTS CLUB: A Guide to Flowers & Plants of Tasmania. Ed Mary Cameron. Reed New Holland 2000 P6.
LEAMAN, DAVID Step into History in Tasmanian Reserves. [Hobart 2001]
LEAMAN David Walk into History in Southern Tasmania (Hobart 1999)
LEARY Dooie & Annie Conversations about Recherche Bay, especially the Mott’s Beach site of the 1793 French installations (Unpublished).
Le Figaro (Paris) “A parcel of French history up in smoke”. 27 February 2003
LEGRANDE W. The Weekly News Sat. March 6, 1869 p.9
LENNOX Gordon “Recherche Bay: Notes and references on early history” (Contains some grid references)(Unpublished). AOT
LEITCH Bill Hearts of Oak: The Story of the Southern Forests (Huonville 1990)
LILLEY F.E.M. & DAY A.A. “D’Entrecasteaux, 1792: Celebrating a bicentenary in geo-magnetism” EOS, Transactions (American Physical Union Vol. 74 No.9 March 1993)
LILLEY F.E.M. “D’Entrecasteaux in Van Diemen’s Land 1792: A Bicentenary in Geomagnetism” Geophysics Down Under (Dec. 1991) p.5
LORD Clive “Unknown South-West: Tasmania’s Uncharted Province: Area for Investigation” The Mercury March 8, 1926
MACKANESS George Some Private Correspondence of Sir John and Lady Jane Franklin Tasmania 1837-45 Part 1 Diary Extracts of Lady Jane Franklin’s Excursion to Recherche Bay.pp. 40-52
McKIM Nick “Time to take stock of our best asset” The Mercury 15 February 2003.
MARCHANT Leslie: France Australe. Artlook Book Perth 1982
MOZLEY Moyal Ann (ed.)
MULVANEY, J. (Emeritus Professor Pre-History & Archaeology, ANU) “The Recherche Bay Historic Site Huon Valley News Wednesday February 26, 2003, p.8
NISVET, Anne Marie: French Navigators and the discovery of Australia. School of French University Of NSW. 1985.
PLOMLEY Brian & PIARD-BERNIER Josiane The General (Launceston 1993)
PLOMLEY N.J.B. Friendly Mission - The Tasmanian Journals and Papers of G.A. Robinson 1829-34 (Hobart 1966)
POS Margaretta “Plea for protection of first French connection” The Mercury (Thursday May 1, 2003) p.7
POULSON Bruce, HOGG Greg & PROSSER Paddy The Strange Journey of Louise Girardin (Hobart 2001) [This drama deals with the cross-dressing purser, the gardens, the duel, the observatories, the meetings with the natives etc.]
POULSON BRUCE “Earliest European Visitors”, “The long-forgotten French garden at Recherche Bay”, “The French and the Aborigines at Recherche Bay” The Huon Valley News (Jan-March 2001) …a series with Paddy Prosser and Greg Hogg
POULSON Bruce “Recherche Bay Plan a Crime” The Sunday Tasmanian (October 2002) p.12; “Timber Harvesting Recherche Bay” The Mercury (Tues. March 4 2003) p.16
POULSON Bruce “Beach versus Bush and other aspects of Denise Gaughwin’s archaeological Report on some French activities at Recherche Bay”. Submission to Tasmanian Heritage Council (unpublished).
POULSON Bruce, Paddy Prosser & Greg Hogg “Another lost heritage site confirmed at Recherche Bay” Huon Valley News (Wed. July 2, 2003) p.8
POULSON Bruce, “Preserving the French Heritage sites at Recherche Bay” Far South Bush Telegraph (August 2003) p.24
PROSSER Paddy “Louise Girardin’s duel”, “Riche and du Portail” etc. Series in The Huon Valley News (Dated from January 2001)
PROSSER Paddy Celeste de Brest & The Recherche Baybes “Satire. Song & a big dose of history from Far South Regional Arts and the Recherche Bay Protection Group www.recherchebay.org” (August 2003)
REPUBLIC OF FRANCE: MINISTERE DE LA DEFENSE; Research Document on the expedition of la Perouse. [attached]
REYNOLDS John “Ronald Campbell Gunn” Tasmanian Naturalist No.1 (Hobart 1926)
RICHARD Helene Le Voyage de d’Entrecasteaux a la recherche de Laperouse (Paris 1986)
ROSSEL E.P.E. (ed) Voyage du Dentrecasteaux envoye a la recherche de la Perouse. Two volumes. (Paris 1808)
RYAN Lyndall The Aboriginal Tasmanians (Sydney 1996)
RYAN Lyndall “Truganini 1812-76” Oxford Campanion to Australian History (OUP 1998)
SABINE E. “Report on the variations of magnetic intensity observed at different points on the earth’s surface” Report of the 7th meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science 1837 Vol.vi. pp. 1-85
Smith, Bernard 1985 . European Vision and the South Pacific. Revised second edition. New York: Harper and Row.
TASMANIAN HERITAGE COUNCIL Minutes of Meetings 1,2 and 3 (2003) Terms of Reference as drafted by the Steering Committee.
TREE Isabella The Bird Man: the extraordinary story of John Gould (London 1991)
TOFT Klaus: The Navigators Duffy & Snellgrove 2002
TRIEBEL L.A. & BATT J.C. “French Explorers of Australia” (Hobart 1943)
WATERHOUSE Charles “Heritage bid listing to ward off logging plan” The Mercury Friday January 31, 2003
WOOD Danielle “Precious Cabbage Patch” Saturday Mercury February 22, 2003 pp. 31-32
WOOD Danielle “Citizen in Wonderland” (Review of Edward Duyker’s Citizen Labillardiere, in The Saturday Mercury April 12, 2003).