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Title:
School days, school days... land of youth and dream : Tasmanian government schooling from its beginnings in the nineteenth century. Part 1 / Betty Jones.
Publication:
Rosny Park, Tasmania : Tasmanian Family History Society Inc., 2017.
Physical description:
viii, 189 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 21 cm.
Notes:
"Editorial committee: Beverley Richardshon, Beryl Dix and Rosemary Davidson"--Title page.

"From Strathblane in the south to Corinna in the west, in the 1800s to early 1900s nearly every stable settlement in Tasmania with a population that included at least ten children aged between six and thirteen years eventually attracted a government-aided school."--Back cover.

Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary:
A collection of articles written by Betty Jones, which have appeared in Tasmanian Ancestry over the past eleven years. Included in this 200 page book is additional information including a list of over 500 hundred government schools, 1810-1899, with school name changes, their opening and closing years, a map showing the Tasmanian school districts, a timeline and comprehensive index. Illustrated with photographs of schools and the people associated with the stories.
ISBN:
9781921998553
Record ID:
SD_ILS:1245034