Gold, Black Gold and Intrigue

By March 23, 2020

This is the story of Mount Morgan, the greatest single mountain of gold ever discovered. It is the story of the town and the company of the same name and of the working men and women who turned it into
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The Singing Ship Captain and Crew

By April 29, 2019

When author Claire Ryan moved to Emu Park, Queensland, she fell in love with the Singing Ship memorial. As a response to the place the Ship has played in her life and its place in the local culture Claire has
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The Early History of Rockhampton

By September 21, 2016

Coorooman Press is delighted to present a new edition of The Early History of Rockhampton. It is our intention to keep this classic of local literature in print and available to readers in its attractive new format. This offering from
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The Moving Mind

By July 25, 2016

From 1912–1935 Henry Arthur Kellow was Headmaster of the Rockhampton Grammar School. In A Moving Mind author Lorna McDonald examines the personal, intellectual, and educational legacy of a fascinating and influential cultural leader.

Battlers Tales

By July 25, 2016

“Battler’s Tales” is a classic of local literature. Based on the people and incidents of the early years of the Rockhampton district, this collection of the columns of newspaper correspondent J.G. Pattison, writing under the nom de plume “Battler”, is
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