Cemeteries are a tangible touchstone to our heritage. The people of 19th-century Brisbane now lie in these beautiful burial grounds, and their histories are our history. Our range of Cemetery History books explores the lives of these people, as well as the stories behind some of our oldest cemeteries.

In Heavenly Garb: The headstones of Ipswich General Cemetery
2012/Christopher Dawson and Tracey Olivieri/96 pages/colour illustrations and endnotes/RRP $15.00

Hong Kong to Toowong: Chinese burials in Brisbane General Cemetery 
2008/Leonie Gane/64 pages/illustrations and endnotes/RRP $8.50

Rock of Ages: South Brisbane Cemetery symbolism
2008/Tracey Olivieri & Christopher Dawson/76 pages/illustrated/RRP $8.50

In the Beginning: The early years of South Brisbane Cemetery 
2008/Tracey Olivieri/48 pages/illustrations and bibliography/RRP $6.50

The Ghosts of South Brisbane Cemetery
2011/Tracey Olivieri/40 pages/illustrations and endnotes/RRP $8.50

A-Z of R.I.P.: South Brisbane Cemetery
2011/Christopher Dawson/48 pages/illustrations/RRP $5.50

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