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story of the pioneer church in Van Diemen"s Land a book for Tasmania"s sesquicentenary year. by K. R. Von Stieglitz

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Published by s.n. in [Hobart? .
Written in English


  • Church of England -- Tasmania.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesThe pioneer church in Van Diemen"s Land.
LC ClassificationsBX5711.T3 V6
The Physical Object
Pagination72 p. :
Number of Pages72
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6208981M
LC Control Number56032563

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A book on the family, titled The Archers of Van Diemens Land: a history of pioneer pastoral families was published in , written by Neil Chick. Two of their homes, Woolmers and Brickendon, are world heritage listed as part of the Australian Convict Sites (s): Brickendon, Landfall. Jul 6, - Explore glen20's board "Old Van Diemens Land" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Tasmanian, Aboriginal history, Van diemen's land. the story of a pioneer. i. first memories. ii. in the wilderness. iii. high-school and college days. iv. the wolf at the door. v. shepherd of a divided flock. vi. cape cod memories. vii. the great cause. viii. drama in the lecture-field. ix. "aunt susan" x. the passing of "aunt susan" xi. the widening suffrage stream. . James John Saltmarsh (son of William Saltmarsh and Elizabeth Stevens) was born on Saturday, 20 April at Norfolk Plains, Van Diemens Land. James John Saltmarsh was baptised on Monday, 18 January at Van Diemens Land. He married, a Alicia Burnett on Thursday, 20 April at Christ Church, Longford, Tasmania.