Publications

The Society has self-published a multitude of books, some of which are available for purchase.

  • ‘Unlock the Land’ (Gordon/Hetherington/Spark/Peatling). History of the district up to 1975
  • ‘Cohuna and the Great War. 1914-1918′ (Bottcher). Edited Cohuna Farmers’ Weekly
  • ‘Battling the Bush. Cohuna 1874-1900’ (Bottcher). Cohuna in the Selection Years
  • ‘Cohuna District: The War Years 1939-1945′ (Sheridan). Edited Cohuna Farmers’ Weekly
  • ‘Cohuna and District Pioneers: Pre-1900’ Vol 1&2. (Bottcher/Hosking)
  • ‘The Courier’ Series 1; 15 issues and index. (Sheridan/Bottcher/V. Morris) Collection of articles on Cohuna and District history
  • ‘The Courier’ Series 2; 12 issues and index. (Sheridan/Bottcher/V. Morris) Collection of articles on Cohuna and District history
  • ‘A Brief History of Cohuna Shire. 1922-1994. (Cohuna Shire is now part of the Gannawarra Shire Council)
  • ‘Tom Olsson’s Cohuna, 1952-1973’. Video produced from original (unedited) 16mm movie film. Buildings, schools, sport, farming, shows, parades and so on.
  • ‘Home Papers Please Copy’. (Bottcher/Hosking) Birth, death and marriage reports from the ‘Kerang Times’ and ‘Swan Hill Gazette’
    • Vol 1 1876-1884
    • Vol 2 1885-1888
    • Vol 3 1888-1890
    • Vol 4 1891-1893
  • ‘A Guide to Cohuna and District Schools’ (Mavis Smith, editor) 1998
  • ‘Cohuna Celebrates 1875-2000’ (Church/J. Morris/Peel/Sheridan/Veal) 2000. Photographic history of Cohuna
  • ‘Keely – Dalton’s Bridge Schools Reunion 2000’ (Garner) 2000
  • ‘Cohuna Fire Brigade 1922-1997’ (R. Pascoe/N. Sheridan/J. Calder/R. Peel)
  • ‘Cohuna Talk of the Town’ (McGraw/Dale/Pascoe). Farmers’ Weekly Aug 1996 to Dec 1999
  • ‘Cohuna Historically Speaking’ (Mitchell-Dorrity). Farmers’ Weekly Feb 2000 to Dec 2002
  • ‘Cohuna Primary Scrapbook 1883-2003’ (Church/Mitchell) 2004. Cohuna State School.
  • ‘The Melba Tea Rooms Cookery Book’ (Smith/Church) 2005
  • ‘Cohuna. The Way We Were. 1909-2009′ (Mitchell-Dorrity). Farmers’ Weekly March 2009 to Jan 2010

IMAG2072

<span>%d</span> bloggers like this:
search previous next tag category expand menu location phone mail time cart zoom edit close