David Hoy

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  • A harbour large enough to admit a whole fleet : the maritime history & archaeology of Port Arthur, editors Richard Tuffin, Greg Jackman, Julia Clark.  Port Arthur, Tas. Port Arthur Historic Site Management Authority, 2004.
  • Sarah Island penal settlements 1822-33 and 1846-7 by Ian Brand.  Launceston: Regal Publications, 1990.
  • Closing hell's gates: the death of a convict station by Hamish Maxwell-Stewart.  Crows Nest, N.S.W.: Allen & Unwin, 2008.
  • What is mutiny?  Watch Mutiny on the Bounty a film depicting a mutiny at sea.
  • Bound for Botany Bay : impressions of transportation and convict life by J.D. Shearer ; with an introduction by Olaf Ruhen.  Dee Why West, N.S.W. Summit, 1976.
  • Goods, convicts, free passengers and livestock were shipped into and out of ports in Tasmania including Port Arthur.  Check the books  Shipping Arrivals and Departures, Tasmania (volumes I and II by Ian Nicholson, and volume III by Graeme Broxam) for cargo lists.
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