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Early colonial furniture in New South Wales and Van Diemen"s Land

Clifford Craig

Early colonial furniture in New South Wales and Van Diemen"s Land

by Clifford Craig

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Published by Georgian House in Melbourne .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia,
  • New South Wales,
  • Tasmania
    • Subjects:
    • Furniture -- Australia -- New South Wales -- History.,
    • Furniture -- Australia -- Tasmania -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] Clifford Craig, Kevin Fahy [and] E. Graeme Robertson.
      ContributionsFahy, Kevin, joint author., Robertson, E. Graeme 1903-1975.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNK2690.N49 C72
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 220 p.
      Number of Pages220
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5453601M
      ISBN 100855854863
      LC Control Number73155736
      OCLC/WorldCa667414

      Construction of the Chairs History of the Chairs Early Colonial Timber Furniture. Towards the end of his governorship in New South Wales Lachlan Macquarie commissioned two convict artisans, William Temple and John Webster, to make him two large ornamental chairs appear to have been designed for matters of state rather than personal comfort, and are likely to be the two large. Early colonial printing. A small handprinting press arrived in New South Wales with the First Fleet in , but lay idle until when convict George Hughes learnt how to use it. The earliest surviving document printed on the press, dated 30 July , is a playbill for a performance of Jane Shore.

      Julian Stockwin's nautical fiction series, The Kydd Series, includes the book Command () in which Thomas Kydd takes a ship to Van Diemen's Land, at the behest of then governor of New South Wales, Philip Gidley King, for the purpose of preventing French explorers from establishing a French settlement on the m: Van Diemonian usually spelt Vandemonian. Early Australian History: Convict Life in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land, in Two Parts by Charles White, first published in Series of Historical Sketches, upon Australian Colonization and Convict Life in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land. Van Diemen's Land was the original name used by most Europeans for the island of Tasmania, now part of Australia.

      DISCOVERIES INVTHE SOUTH SEAS. Maritime discoveries of Portugal and Spain—The Great South Land— Tasman in —Dampier—Cook—Character of Australia and New Zealand before colonization, 1 CHAPTER II. THE FOUNDING OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Loss of the American colonies—Public feeling stirred by reports of Cook. At one time, the New South Wales colony comprised the Australian mainland, Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania since ), Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island. Van Diemen's Land. Dutch explorer Abel Tasman, commanding the Heemskerk and Zeehan, named Van Dieman's Land after the then governor general of the Dutch East Indies in


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Early colonial furniture in New South Wales and Van Diemen"s Land by Clifford Craig Download PDF EPUB FB2

Early Colonial Furniture in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land Clifford Craig, Kevin Fahy, Robertson Published by Georgian House, Melbourne ().

At 65 Craig began a new phase of his life as author of eight books including The Engravers of Van Diemen’s Land (), The First Hundred Years ()—a history of the Launceston hospital—and Early Colonial Furniture in New South Wales and Van Diemen’s Land (), co-authored with Kevin Fahey and Graeme Robertson.

His last book was published shortly after his death. Early colonial furniture in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land / [by] Clifford Craig, Kevin Fahy [and] E. Graeme Robertson Georgian House Melbourne Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

Early Colonial Furniture in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land; Author: Clifford Craig Kevin Fahy E. Graeme Robertson Price: $ Weight: kg: ISBN: This book was first published in This title is of particular value to those with a special interest in old furniture but also provides an important addition to.

Early colonial furniture in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land / [by] Clifford Craig, Kevin Fahy [and commemorative collection of fine colonial furniture / by Kornelia Vidler and Graeme Dodd; Focus on materials / [editor: John Kelsey] Furniture at the Australian Inland Mission first aid and welfare outpost, Dunbar, Queensland [1.

EARLY COLONIAL FURNITURE IN NEW SOUTH WALES NSW and VAN DIEMEN'S LAND TASMANIA - $ Early Colonial Furniture in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land By Clifford Craig, Kevin Fahy and E Graeme Robertson.

Illustrated with black and white photos throughout. Hardcover book with tatty and torn dustjacket, publishedpages, indexed.

First edition of the great Australian plate book, one of the earliest and most important collections of antipodean landscapes. This was a landmark in the development of Australian illustrated books: Lycett's charming, highly-coloured views of New South Wales and Tasmania are justly famous today and the book as a whole provides a remarkable visual record of Macquarie's Australia.

EARLY COLONIAL FURNITURE. NSW and lian Cedar. New South Wales - $ Early Colonial Furniture in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land By Clifford Craig Kevin Fahy and E Graeme Robertson Almost fine condition White spine with black / red text 28 x 21 cm pages Scarce BOOK WILL BE SENT VIA EXPRESS POST.

Known as Van Diemen’s Land, the name changed to Tasmania when the British Parliament granted the colony responsible self-government from Initially a British penal settlement, Van Diemen’s Land was part of the colony of New South Wales until The Governor of New South Wales oversaw the colony of Van Diemen’s Land until Index to land grants, Van Diemen's Land *ARK.

The index notes name of grantee, number of acres, district and quit rent. (Reel ) Index to copies of land grants issued, Van Diemen's Land. Original record in Archives Office of Tasmania, series no. LSD The index is a typescript so was obviously copied from an earlier record.

‎Early Australian History: Convict Life in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land, in Two Parts by Charles White, first published in Series of Historical Sketches, upon Australian Colonization and Convict Life in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land.

Van Diemen's Land. Early Australian History: Convict Life in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land, in Two Parts by Charles White, first published in Series of Historical Sketches, upon Australian Colonization and Convict Life in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land.

Transcript of the Colonial Muster for Van Diemen's Land Norfolk Island,[4/], Reel Transcribed and ed. by Neil Chick, University of Tasmania Demography Project, General Muster and Land and Stock Muster of New South Wales COD A&B (multiple copies) ed. by Carol J.

At 65 Craig began a new phase of his life as author of eight books including The Engravers of Van Diemen’s Land (), The First Hundred Years ()—a history of the Launceston hospital—and Early Colonial Furniture in New South Wales and Van Diemen’s Land (), co-authored with Kevin Fahy and Graeme Robertson.

His last book was. Clifford Craig, Kevin Fahy and E. Graeme Robertson, Early Colonial Furniture in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land,illustrated p. 99; This sofa is based on a design by Peter and Michael Angelo Nicholsen and found in Peter Nicholsen's Practical Cabinet-Maker, (plate 79) EStimate $8, - $12,; sold $7, Incl BP.

Get this from a library. Early colonial furniture in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land. [Clifford Craig; Kevin Fahy; E Graeme Robertson] -- Early colonial furniture - Cabinet making - Desks - Timbers used in colonial furniture - Cleaning old furnituree_.

Van Diemen’s Land, (–), the southeastern Australian island colony that became the commonwealth state of for Anthony van Diemen, governor general of the Dutch East Indies, the island was discovered and named in by Abel J.

Tasman, a celebrated navigator under Van Diemen’s first British settlers in the early 19th century retained the name. Van Diemen's Land was settled as a penal colony in and become a separate colony from New South Wales in But it wasn't until that Van Diemen's Land became known as Tasmaina.

Tasmanian papersAuthor: Is Info. PROBLEMS IN IDENTIFYING EARLY AUSTRALIAN COLONIAL FURNITURE Rebecca Daniels furniture, was an early priority.

The first reference to an Australian timber appears in of both Tasmania and New South Wales and so it could have been made in either of those regions. It is one of the only known bergere chairs of Australian Size: 6MB.

In nineteenth century England, the sentence for a variety of crimes was transportation to Australia, a harsh punishment with many convicts never seeing their homeland again. - A story from the State Library of New South Wales. The book, The First Fleet Marines at Port Jackson, Norfolk Island and Van Diemen's Land shows names of First Fleet Marines who enlisted in the NSW Corps.

Sons of serving members and many ex-convicts enlisted and some civilians joined the ranks over time, therefore, colonial records may be used to find information prior to colonial Author: Grant Hamston.from Bird ands Flowers of New South Wales Drawn On the Spot in'89 & '90 sketchbook of watercolours; x cm NK 1.

Opposite page: Edward Duncan, engraver () after William John Huggins () Hobart Town on the River Derwent, Van Diemen's Land (detail) London: W.J. Huggins, February Early Colonial Furniture in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land. Melbourne, Georgian House, Quarto, viii, pages with illustrations (from photographs).

Cloth; a fine copy with the fine dustwrapper. Item # Sold.