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Bob Reece


Reece, R. [Bob] & R[ob]. Pascoe 1983, A Place of Consequence: A Pictorial History of Fremantle, Fremantle Arts Centre Press, Fremantle.

Reece, Bob ed. 1991, Exiles from Erin; Convict Lives in Ireland and Australia, Gill & Macmillan, Dublin.

Reece, Bob 1998, Australia, the Beckoning Continent: Nineteenth Century Emigration Literature, Inst Cwth Studies, U London.

Reece, Bob 2000, The Irish in Australia, Centre for WA History, UWA.

Reece, Bob 2001, The Origins of Irish Convict Transportation to New South Wales, Palgrave, Hampshire.

Reece, Bob 2004, The White Rajahs of Sarawak: A Borneo Dynasty, Archipelago Press, Singapore.

Reece, Bob 2007, Daisy Bates: Grand Dame of the Desert, NLA, Canberra.

Reece, Bob 2014, The Invincibles: New Norcia's Aboriginal Cricketers 1879-1906, Histrionics, Fremantle.


Reece, Bob 2005, 'The Reverend George King and Fremantle', Fremantle Studies, 4: 32-49. [See also: George King.]

Reece, Bob 2010, 'Fremantle's first voice: The Herald (1867-1886)', Fremantle Studies, 6: 43-65. [See also: newspapers.]

Reece, Bob 2012, 'Glimpses of Fremantle 1829-1929', in Paul Arthur Longley & Geoffrey Bolton, Voices from the West End: Stories, People and Events that Shaped Fremantle, WA Museum: 20-55.

Reece, Bob 2012, 'Fremantle's first historian: Joseph Keane Hitchcock', Fremantle Studies, 7: 33-50. [See also: J.K. Hitchcock.]

Reece, Bob 2017, 'The Fremantle History Society, 1994-2014', Fremantle Studies, 9: 79-87. [See also: FHS.]

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