Reminiscences of Early Penrith Going Back to the 1830s (New South Wales)
Reminiscences of Early Penrith (NSW) going back to the 1830s was compiled from a number interviews of some of the oldest residents in Penrith and published in 1914.
The Drovers' Prank - A Droving Reminiscence of 1879 on the Queensland and NSW Border
The story of two drovers travelling south through Queensland in late 1879 and on approaching the NSW border they passed through a small township with consisted of one pub and one store, with no police protection.
Memories of Perth in the 1890's by Henry Lyall Hall
Published in 1933, Memories of Perth - Western Australia, was written by Mr. Henry Lyall Hall (22 July 1861 – 23 May 1935) who served as the member for Perth in the Legislative Assembly from 1897 until 1901.
Menzies Pioneers First Social Gathering 1897 (Western Australia)
An article recounting the first social meeting of the "Menzies Pioneers" in 1894, where a number of the "pioneers" give us some original accounts from the first discoveries of gold in Menzies, Western Australia.
Reminiscences of a Wide Bay Pioneer - 1853 to 1870
Two part series of "Reminiscences" printed in the Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Queensland) on 9 April 1870 and 12 April 1870, respectively.
Reminiscences of Kapunda, South Australia, in the 1860s
An article written by J. S. Browne (residing in Hamilton, New Zealand) of his memories of growing up in Kapunda in South Australia. Printed in 1927.
Reminiscences of a Mackay Newchum and Pioneer 1882-1928
These memories were written by James Gordon of Mirani West and published in 'The Mercury' (Mackay, Queensland) in 1928. They open with a detailed account of the author's immigration/trip to Australia in 1882, before continuing with a narrative of his first impressions and ongoing years living in and around Mackay in Queensland.