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Master-work impressions of the 19th century.
Illustrated digital b
ook documentaries ... created from researched facts.

These superb, unique, globally-acclaimed, interactive multi-media digital publications represent a select few of the many titles in the collection. Each publication is ideal for gift-giving -
as a memento and as a concise knowledge-gaining source. The titles shown below are now becoming collectors' pieces.

EXCERPTS WILL BE AVAIABLE TO READ HERE SOON


"The Legend of Bogong Jack"
- by GD Bruny.
An interactive multi-media digital book.
[Pictorial, textual and audible]
36-pages in sepia-tone.

John Payne was a 23-year -old English aristocrat. His father banished him to the gold-rush Colony of Victoria in 1853. He became a successful cattle-duffer and horse-thief who went by the aliases "Bushman Jack" and "Bogong Jack".


"Gold Fever"
- by GD Bruny.
An interactive multi-media digital book.
[Pictorial, textual and audible]
70- pages in full colour.

The Smith family were ordinary people who risked all when they voyaged from England to The Great South Land [Australia] in 1859 in an endeavour to make their fortune on the Colony of Victoria's gold-fields.


"The Stage-Coach Story"
- by GD Bruny.

An interactive multi-media digital book.
[Pictorial, textual and audible]
36-pages in full colour and sepia-tone.

Freeman Cobb was an American businessman who, in January 1854, began Cobb & Co: Australia's first true passenger stage-coach service which became a long-running success.

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These globally-acclaimed, interactive, multi-media digital books are designed to be read and interacted with off-line in browsers. They are best read and interacted with in Windows Tablet, Surface, Laptop, Desktop, Mac Book Air and Pro.

Reading and interacting features include: realistic page-turning, save / remove annotating, save / remove book-marking and social media sharing. Book navigation has 14 different languages to choose from - and much more.

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