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Making Herstory


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Spanning two centuries, Making Herstory is a unique window into the raw pioneer existence of Mary Ann Thwaites, her daughter Ethel, who grew up in the 1870s Victorian town of Queenscliff, and her granddaughter Theodora, who conquered the men?s domain of the Tasmanian wilderness in the late 1930s.

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Helen Downey has written feature stories for The Age, Canberra Times, Sunday Herald and The Weekly Times. She is the author of the History on Stage series, and co-author of the Techne leaflet series for ACTA. She is a former secondary art, media studies, history and English teacher, and is now a member of the Secondary Art and Craft Standing Committee, and a Queenscliffe Information Centre Volunteer Heritage Guide.

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