The Lost White Tribes of Australia Part 1: 1656 The First Settlement of Australia

"Much of Australian’s early history has been lost but this book will help bring a lot that has been lost in time or perhaps even buried away, back into being."
Henny Crijns-Coenen

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The Lost White Tribes of Australia Part 1: 1656 The First Settlement of Australia

 

'I was very pleased when your book ‘The Lost White Tribes of Australia’ arrived at my door. I have been reading it almost each evening and find it very interesting and hard to put down. I have read it through and am now going through it again but slowly for the 2nd time. I love history particularly early Dutch/Australian history; and I love to research myself, every little bit one learns is so rewarding. The historical facts, you have obviously researched to some extent, are self-explanatory and build up your book to one that will no doubt be extremely useful as a reference for anyone wanting to research Australia’s early history. Full of photos, pictures, facts from early explorers & more; and the easy to read print make it quite attractive. Much of Australian’s early history has been lost but with this book and the easy way in which it has been written will help bring a lot that has been lost in time or perhaps even buried away, back into being. Congratulations on a job well done – your book will hold a place on my coffee table for all my family and visitors to view and to read. Thank you.'

Henny Crijns-Coenen

'The Lost White Tribes of Australia is now available for purchase!!! I have read it and I can honestly say it is amazing. It is a massive A4 size, full colour and includes a whopping 218 pages of pure Gilt Dragon pleasure. This book is truly comprehensive and is an invaluable information resource.'

The Gilt Dragon Research Group

"A very well constructed and researched account of the events surrounding the Vergulde Draeck, comprehensively laid out in an easy to read format, a very modern and valuable addition to any researchers library."

David Jackson, professional diver/ guide and charter boat skipper in Perth

'This insightful book is the result of years of painstaking research by the author Henry Van Zanden. I was dumbstruck when I read the Leeds Mercury newspaper article dated Jan 25, 1834 “Discovery of a white colony on the northern shore of New Holland.” This thought provoking book has implications for education and the rewriting of Australian history.'

Christine O’Connell

"Instantly both fascinated and drawn to the title “The Lost White Tribes of Australia 1656”, I was captivated from the first page and thoroughly enjoyed this all engrossing hard to put down book."

Dineke Neems (Port Macquaire)

'I loved the quality of the paper – shiny and thick. I loved flicking through the pages and being attracted to the beautiful coloured photographs and the intriguing hand drawn maps of times gone by.'

Kathie Mason, Perth

'It has been my privilege to read Henry Van Zanden’s latest book: ‘The Lost White Tribes of Australia’. From the moment I received it, I was impressed by the quality of the print and images used. A great story that I highly recommend. It tells the intriguing tale of the survivors of shipwrecks on the coast of Australia and how they probably lived with and became part of Australian Aboriginal tribes. Historian & retired history teacher, Henry Van Zanden is recognized internationally as a leading expert in the history and discovery of Australia.'

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