HAPPY VALLEY

Winner, Australian Literature Society Gold Medal, 1941

Introduction by Peter Craven

Patrick White’s magnificent debut novel—first published 1939, long out of print and now a Text Classic.

Based on Patrick White’s own experiences in the early 1930s as a jackaroo at Bolaro, near Adaminaby in south-eastern New South Wales, Happy Valley paints a portrait of a community in a desolate landscape.
It is a jagged and restless study of small-town and country life.

White was twenty-seven when Happy Valley
was published by George C. Harrop in London.
This mesmerising first novel gives us a prolonged glimpse of literary genius in the making. It won the Australian Literature Society Gold Medal in 1941, but White did not allow the novel to be republished in English in his lifetime.

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$12.95 plus postage

The following books are "NOW" available in the Adaminaby Store.

There are many more books, subjects include - Trout fishing,
Snowy Scheme, Snowy Mountains and Adaminaby, Bushrangers, Brumbies, Camping and Bushwalking Guides, KNP and Namadgi.

A HUNDRED YEAR OLD MYSTERY

There has been a great deal of speculation, among both bush ans city folk, as to the identity of 'The Man from Snowy River'

Over the century since the ballad was published many known horsemen have claimed to be the legendary 'Man'.

Evidence is presented in this booklet, as to who possibly was the
'The Man from Snowy River'

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$7.50 plus postage
SEARCHING
FOR THE MAN
FROM SNOWY RIVER

Banjo Paterson's immensely popular
'The Man From Snowy River'
appeared in his first book of verse.

But did he have anyone in mind when he crafted the Australian classic?

Bill Refshauge suspects that he did, and here he investigates
a number of candidates for The Man - and finds the evidence
- poem, location and other - yields only one possible figure.

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$40.00 plus postage
GLASS NEGATIVES of FH YEN

Francis (Frank) Yen was known as a bit of a larrikin in Old Adaminaby,
Frank was also a photographer of some renown: captuing the
true Adaminaby spirit in the many faces and events that shaped Old Adaminaby

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$12.00 plus postage

BOOKS
LIFE OF THE DEAD Second Edition

For over 25 years Steve Brayshaw has been collecting information regarding
the Old Adaminaby Cemetery.

A cemetrey is not just a place where the dead are buried,
a cemetery is where the next generation connects with their past.

Life of the Dead is a photographic record of headstones, gravesites,
and their inscriptions transcribed.

Where possible an obituary, story and/or photo have been added to give to give life
to those interned in the Old Adaminaby Cemetery.

Originally printed and published December 2016, a second edition was produced
with correction, additions, deletions and an gaffes have been amended

Paperback
$35.00 plus postage

WORD SEARCH & PUZZLES
with Information about
ADAMINABY

All the Puzzles have been personally researched
All puzzles are about Adaminaby and local interests
The Tourist Information is about the Northern side of Koscuiscko National Park surrounding Adaminaby

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$5.00 plus postage

EIGHTY - FIVE YEARS IN AUSTRALIA
91years on

Written by Archibald Crawford and published 1925

Archibald was 5 years old when he left Scotland and arrived in Sydney Australia.
At the age 9 his family moved to the Monaro
(Coolringdon, Dry Plain and Bobeyan).
He is related to many who are part of the Monaro today.

He writes about what life was like a for a young boy to when he was an old man, the places, the people and the events.

Republished 2016 by Peter Hallett who has added extra text and images.

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$25.00 plus postage
WHERE THE DEAD MEN LIE
The Story of Barcroft Boake Bush Poet of the Monaro
A collection of Barcroft Boake's most interesting poems are included in an appendix to
'Where the Dead Men Lie'

Paperback - $30.00 plus postage

THE MAN FROM SNOWY RIVER
& OTHER VERSES
This centennial edition recreates the atmosphere of the times, faithfully reproducing the original 1895 edition of forty-six ballads selected by Paterson together with publisher, George Robertson.

Paperback - $30.00 plus postage

SEEING THROUGH SNOW
Is a capitivating blend of imagination and history. This novel is by renown historian
Matthew Higgins, using the declining gold town of Kiandra as the backdrop

Paperback - $27.00 plus postage
SILVER BRUMBY KINGDOM
This edition contains - Moon Filly, Silver Brumby Whirlwind, Son of the Whirlwind, and Silver Brumby Silver Dingo
Paperback - $35.00 plus postage

THE SNOW PONY
Only Dusty can ride the wild Snow Pony and no one but Dusty will trust her
Paperback - $18.00 plus postage

THE GIRL FROM SNOWY RIVER
The year is 1919. Flinty is seventeen has lost a brother, the man she loves has changed and there's a brumby muster. A tribute to one of Australia's bush poets.
Paperback - $20.00 plus postage

THE SILVER BRUMBY
The timeless classic which has caught the hearts and imaginations of readers since 1958
Postage - $20 plus postage
SNOWY
The Making of Modern Australia

This the 'New Edition' that Celebrates one of the most dramatic and inspiring episodes of Australian history.
Based on extensive research, oral history, memorabilia, maps, technical drawings and photographs, this book highlights the achievement of the Snowy Scheme

Brad Collis has personally signed these copies

Paperback
$40.00 plus postage
BOOK DISPLAY

Currently the Store stocks over 80 titles,
depending on time of the month, depends what is available
OPERATION ADAMINABY

As lake Eucumbene - filled, much of the old Adaminaby township was flooded.
To avoid creating hardship for residents of the township,
a modern replacement town was provided for those who wished to stay in the area.

DVD
$14.95 plus postage
REFLECTIONS OF TED TAYLOR

Some of his yarns and experiences.
What emerged is a story of a man of the high country,
a man who who is an intregral part of the mountains
where he grew up as a child, worked as a stockman.

Paperback - $30.00 plus postage

LIFE ON THE CURRANGO HIGH PLAINS AND BEYOND

The stories in this book cross the centuries of time.
They talk of hardship and happiness,
adventures and peace,
as part of their daily lives.

Paperback - $30.00 plus postage