The Bright and District Historical Society Inc., PO Box 265, Bright, Vic. 3741
The Diary of Henry Morgan.
A life on the Buckland Valley and District Goldfields from 1853 to 1909.
Henry Morgan was an American engineer who came to the North Eastern Victorian Goldfields. This diary covers his professional exploits as well as everyday activities typical of the time.
Henry Morgan is most famous as the builder of the Mt Hotham road.
$25 plus postage
Reminiscences of David Reid
As given to J.C.H. Ogier in November 1905.
Reid established toe Currargarmungee run, part of which is now Reidsdale, a property approximately 8 Km East of Wangaratta.
This is an account of the experiences of an original settler on the Ovens River.
$20 plus postage
Grave Recollections - Diann Talbot
The history of the Bright Cemetery with some brief history of our early pioneers.
It also includes sections on the Freeburgh, Germantown, Porepunkah and Buckland cemeteries.
$50 plus postage
Buckland Valley Goldfield - Diann Talbot
A history of the Buckland Valley goldfield
$39 plus postage
Buckland Valley Riot - Diann Talbot
The famous Buckland Vallley Riot of 1857
$10 plus postage
Chinese Joss House in the Ovens Valley - Dr Kok Hu Jin
Chinese temple remnants in the Bright Historical Museum.
$10 plus postage
Gold Bag - for those wishing to practice their skills at gold panning
Bag of sand containing specks of gold
Glass bottle, Instruction booklet with maps for fossicking locations round Bright
Panning techniques and Historical Information
$13 plus postage
A Guide to Gold Fossicking around Bright Victoria - Rob Kaufman
This is included in the Gold Bag discussed above.
$5 plus postage