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Western Australia and federation

Author: Leigh HaysAndrew MacdonaldCriena FitzgeraldLibrary and Information Service of Western Australia.West Australian Newspapers.All authors
Publisher: Perth, W.A. : Library and Information Service of Western Australia, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Interactive multimedia : CD for computer : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Describes how W.A. became part of the Commonwealth of Australia through federation at the turn of the century, and how issues like secession, isolation, immigration and economic growth have changed W.A.'s relationship with federal government over time.
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Material Type: Government publication, Interactive multimedia, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Leigh Hays; Andrew Macdonald; Criena Fitzgerald; Library and Information Service of Western Australia.; West Australian Newspapers.; Perth (W.A. : Municipality). Council.; J.S. Battye Library of West Australian History.
OCLC Number: 223067169
Notes: Disc label title.
CD-ROM launched simultaneously with website on 29th November 2000.
Resourced from the Battye Library, W.A. Newspapers Pty Ltd and Perth City Council.
Description: 1 computer optical disc : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: System requirements: Apple Macintosh: Macintosh OS7 or better, 32 MB RAM, CD-ROM drive, sound system. PCs: IBM compatible 80486 or better, sound card; 32MB RAM (min.), Windows 95 or later, CD-ROM drive.
Responsibility: [researched, selected and written by Leigh Hays ; with help from Criena Fitzgerald (oral historian) ; and Andrew Macdonald (technical assistance)].

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Describes how W.A. became part of the Commonwealth of Australia through federation at the turn of the century, and how issues like secession, isolation, immigration and economic growth have changed W.A.'s relationship with federal government over time.

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