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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Penelope Ann Russell; Richard White
|Description:||xiv, 287 pages : maps, portraits ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||Acknowledgements..Preface..Introduction: Australian history and the nineteenth century..1 Past silences: Aborigines and convicts in our history-making - Tom Griffiths..2 The white man's looking glass: Aboriginal-colonial gender relations at Port Jackson - Ann McGrath..3 Aboriginal-European contact history: Problems and issues - Henry Reynolds..4 Four patterns of convict protest - Alan Atkinson..5 Towards independence: Recipes for self-government in colonial New South Wales - Alan Atkinson..6 Egalitarianism - John Hirst..7 The making of the Australian working class: A historiographical survey - Stuart Macintyre. 8 Uncovering poverty in Australian history - C. T. Stannage..9 A boom for whom? Some developments in the Australian labour market, 1870-1891 - Jenny Lee and Charles Fahey..10 Capital and labour: Responses to immigration in the nineteenth century - Verity Burgmann..11 The study of domestic violence in colonial Queensland: Sources and problems - Kay Saunders..12 Youth on trial: The Mt Rennie case - David Walker..13 Sydney and the bush: An urban context for the Australian legend - Graeme Davison..14 The politics of respectability: Identifying the masculinist context - Marilyn Lake..Index|
|Responsibility:||edited by Penny Russell and Richard White.|