Published histories of Dominic College
There have been a handful of general histories of the Dominic College and its predecessors, Boys' Town, Savio College and Holy Name School.
As with any history, the "facts" presented are by necessity the viewpoint of the author/editor of the articles who has always decided what information to include and omit. As these are documents from their own historical time, the language used is a product of the culture of the author, and information quoted may not be correct or even accurate.
Nevertheless, these are important historical documents and are made available for your interest.
'History of Savio College' in DOSA News 1975-1976 Basil Fox
Each Honest Worker: the Salesians of Don Bosco in the State of Tasmania 1946-1997 Fr Joseph Lee 1997 Glenorchy
Boat to Boy's Town P Allsopp and D Despard ALBE Resources Unit (TAS) 1995?
From Tiny Potatoes: A Great Parish Grew Cecily Verrier St John's Parish, Glenorchy c1998
Our old scholars magazine, Veritas, has been published annually since 2011 and includes general interest material about the College and its students, as well as information for old scholars, plus many short biographies of a range of old scholars.
There are also historical research articles including:
'Founding Boys' Town' Mark Dillon in Veritas 2015 'Founding Boys' Town'
'The Arrival of the Salesians at Boys' Town, Glenorchy' Mark Dillon in Veritas 2016 'The arrival of the Salesians...'
'Education begins at Boys' Town' Mark Dillon in Veritas 2017 'Education begins...'
'Why Did Child Migrants come to Boys' Town' Mark Dillon in Veritas 2013 'Why did child migrants...'
'Applying for Child Migrants' Mark Dillon in Veritas 2018 'Applying for child migrants...'