Wilsons Promontory A History – Mary Ellis
FDHS Calendar 2023
Once again the museum is proud to announce that our 2023 Calendar is available at the Museum and other venues in Foster. It has been beautifully presented by our printers in the usual black & white format, using archival photographs from our collection.
Purchase online using PayPal – $20.00 plus $5.00 post and packaging (unchanged from last year).
Let’s Take a Walk-through the streets of Foster
Across Bass Strait by Jane L Lennon
Dr Jane Lennon AM grew up in rural Victoria and has an affinity for the stormy southern shores. In December 2020, Jane was made an Honorary member of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) for her distinguished service to conservation in Australia and internationally.
This book on the inter-colonial trade in meat and livestock is well illustrated and the various maps are clearly printed and easy to read.
Available at the Foster & District Historical Society or on-line through PayPal, $35, postage $13.00
To Australia They Came – Everitt Family History by Neil Everitt
A Place to Swim by Neil Everitt
This delightful well illustrated book is now available at the museum during advertised opening hours or online using the PayPal button below. Contact us if you need help with purchasing or have any questions.
Cost $15.00 plus postage $5.00
Wednesdays Closest to the Full Moon, Barry Collett (soft cover)
Great Gippsland Mysteries – Grant Robinson BSc.
The Early Years by Dorothy Williams
Local author and Foster & District Historical Society Inc member Dorothy Williams has published another book highlighting the history of the families who pioneered the Amey’s Track and Foster North area between 1850 and 1950. Dorothy spends many hours researching and verifying her facts and figures to ensure future generations have a record of Foster and districts history and for providing a reliable resource for those researching their families in the area.
Cost $30 plus $5.00 postage (Australia only) Reprinted November 2020
This history follows on from her highly successful publication The SETTLEMENT of WONGA, a history of the families who pioneered the Wonga area and Escaping the Flames, a Booklet chronicling her story of the terrible bushfires that devastated the Boolarong district 13 March 1940 when she was 7 years old.