Tasmanian correspondents writing of war.
A riverside walk through old battlegrounds.
A story about colonial people promising they aren't already married.
A colonial-era Koran in Hobart reveals part of Australia's deep multi-cultural past.
A street intersection reveals the history of a city.
A wind-toppled tree reveals hidden archaeology.
A typo, and the much misunderstood story of Tasmanian history.
Some recent myths and dodgy Tasmanian history.
An antique book, an historian's dilemma.
The figure of a man, the form of a monument, and the memory of a war.
The history of an argument, which Hobart has been having for over a century.
A memorial window in a country church reveals the story of a nurse who went to war.
Tasmania wasn't found. It was taken.
Seeing Tasmania from the sea, and through colonial eyes.
Some underfloor archaeology reveals some forgotten footwear.