This 208 page case bound book recount

s the little-known story of the Pennant Hills region and the people who shaped it – from its first official recorded reference in 1788, to its socio-economic significance to the growing colony, through to 1906.

In Search of the Pennant Hills was the recipient of the Owen Nannelli Memorial Award 2008 (for outstanding contribution to the education and promotion of local heritage), Silver Medalist in the Print NSW Excellence Award, and recognised with nomination for the New South Wales Premier’s Literary Award (2008) in the Regional History category, and the Douglas Stewart Award (2008). Thoroughly researched and complete, the book is available for purchase through Hillstory Books.

See other heritage publications:
Hambledon Cottage: the Cottage on the Plain
Journey to Freedom