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L. G. Shea Government Printer Tasmania, 1955. Two books bound as one. These volumes trace the history of the Tasmanian Sealer fleet from the first mention of Tasmanian sealing in 1797 when Bass sighted smoke arising Glenis Island where seven convicts who escaped Port Jackson were living on seals and mutton birds for a five week period. The photographs of Early Hobart River Craft a quite splendid, Surpise, May Queen, S.S. Pinafore, Derwent Hunter, Admiral, Leillateah, Doris Louise, Good Intent, Storm Bay Fleet, Thistle, Royal William, Annie and Royal William, Success, Lenna, Mary, Cartela are just a few of the illustrations. Pull out Birds Eye View of the Derwent Estuary, by J. Walch & Sons with reference points for the better known River Craft. Original dust jacket with nicked upper edge. Green cloth covered end boards Near fine condition. 145pp. 220 mm x 143 mm .