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'For Those Who've Come Across the Seas...': Australian Multicultural Theory, Policy and Practice
Andrew Jakubowicz, Christina Ho
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'Long Views and Short Vistas': Victoria's 19th-century Public Botanic Gardens
Gwen Pascoe
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‘A passion for exploring new countries’. Matthew Flinders & George Bass
Josephine Bastian
For eight years Matthew Flinders and George Bass made voyages changed the map of Australia. They were ready for even greater ventures. And then it was all over.
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150 Years Of Spring Street — Victorian Government: 1850s to 21st Century
Robert Murray
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A Different Kind of Subject: Colonial Law in Aboriginal European Relations in 19th Century Western Australia, 1829–61
Ann Hunter
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A Far Cry: Town Crying in the Antipodes
Anne Doggett
For a century and a half town criers walked the streets of Australian towns, ringing their bells and conveying their messages. This fascinating account is the first to tell their full story.
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A Manifesto for New South Wales: Edward Smith Hall and the Sydney Monitor 1826–1840
Erin Ihde
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A Place to Lay My Head: Immigrant Shelters of Nineteenth century Victoria
Keith Pescod
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A Tale of Ambition and Unrealised Hope: John Montagu and Sir John Franklin
Craig R. Joel
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A Voyage to Australia: A diary written by A.J.W. van Delden in 1866 while on a mission to establish a steam-ship line between Java and Australia
A.J.W. van Delden, Dorine Tolley
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Abrogating Responsibility
Geoffrey Gray
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Abundance — Buying and Selling in Postwar Australia
Amanda McLeod
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Agents of Empire: How E.L. Mitchell’s photographs shaped Australia
Joanna Sassoon
For nearly 100 years, E.L. Mitchells emblematic photographs have shaped ideas about Australia. But who was Mitchell and why did he succeed above his competitors?
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Alias Blind Larry: The Mostly True Memoir of James Laurence The Singing Convict
Rob Wills
Alias Blind Larry is a convict story, an adventure story, a colonial story, a Jewish story, a theatrical story. A fascinating piece of history, untold until now. Through the narrative of Laurences life, it re-creates a whole period of history.
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All Hail The Leaders: The Australian Labor Party and Political Leadership
Glenn Kefford
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An Inch of Rain: A Water History of Northern Victoria
Robyn Ballinger
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Anzac Legacies — Australians and the Aftermath of War
Martin Crotty, Marina Larsson
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Anzac: The Landing, The Legend, The Law
Catherine Bond
An interrogation of the legal history of one of Australia and New Zealands most revered words - 'Anzac' - and the restrictions on the acronym that still exist today.
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Archaeology from Australia
Tim Murray
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Arthur Fadden: A Political Silhouette
Tracey Arklay
Arthur Fadden, leader of the Country Party, prime minister and treasurer. An architect of the current coalition between the Liberal Party and Country (now National) Party.
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Arts Of Publication
Lucy Neave, James Connor, Amanda Crawford
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Australia Through Women's Eyes
Ann Standish
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Australia’s Ancient Aboriginal Past
Murray Johnson
Analysing the complexity of the extraordinary achievements of Australian Aborigines and the evidence surrounding the identity of Australia's first occupants.
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Australia, Our Heritage
John Molony
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Australian Local Government and Community Development
Frank Hornby
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AVJennings: Home Builders to the Nation
Roy Edwards, Vic Jennings, Don Garden
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Before the Old People & Still Today – An Ethnoarchaeology of Yanyuwa Places and Narratives of Engagement
Amanda Kearney
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Behind the Legend: The Many Worlds of Charles Todd
Denis Cryle
Telegraph Todd became a legend in his own lifetime for introducing Australian colonists to a new information age. But only recently has the full extent of his many and varied achievements come to light.
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Bishop of Magnetic Power: James Moorhouse in Melbourne, 1876–1886
Morna Sturrock
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Black Writers, White Editors – Episodes of collaboration and compromise in Australian publishing history
Jenny Jones
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Book Life: The Life and Times of David Scott Mitchell
Eileen Chanin
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Books for the Profession: The Library of the Supreme Court of Victoria
Sue Reynolds
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Bushranging and the Policing of Rural Banditry in New South Wales, 1860–1880
Susan West
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By-Lines, Balibo, Bali Bombings: Australian Journalists in Indonesia
Ross Tapsell
The restrictions and governmental and military constraints on the reporting of Indonesia by Australian journalists. An examination of history, Australia-Indonesia relations and press freedom
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Camden — Farm and Village Life in Early NSW
Alan Atkinson
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Campfires at the Cross — An Account of the Bunting Dale Aboriginal Mission 1839–1851
Heather Le Griffon
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Canberry Tales
Allen Mawer, G. A. Mawer
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Celluloid Anzacs —The Great War Anzac Debate through Australian Cinema
Daniel Reynaud
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Centralian Tourism
James Goulding
The story of Centralian tourism's remarkable development from its foundations in the make-do commercial enterprises of the 1920s until the 1970s, when the Territory became self-governing and Australia began to emerge as a destination of choice for international travellers
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Challenging Women – Towards Equality in the Parliament of Victoria
Madeline Grey
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Charles Robert Scrivener: The surveyor who sited Australia's national capital twice
Terry Birtles
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Cheon of the Never Never
Kevin Wong Hoy
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Collections, Characters and Communities: The shaping of libraries in Australia and New Zealand
McMullin B.J.
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Colonial Australian Trade Mark Law
Amanda Scardamaglia
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Constitutional Conventions in Australia
Ian Killey
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Convict and Free: the Master Furniture-makers of Early New South Wales 1788–1851
David Kelly
A comprehensive account of the lives and work of more than 80 of the leading furniture-makers in mainland NSW before the separation of Victoria in 1851
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Cosmopolitan Conservationists: Greening Modern Sydney
Peggy James
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Culture, Knowledge, Property
Stephen Pritchard
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Cultured Colonists: George Alexander Gilbert and His Family, Settlers in Port Phillip
Margaret Bowman
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Cyril Hopkins' Marcus Clarke
Laurie Hergenhan, Ken Stewart, Michael Wilding
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Deserted and Destitute
Christina Twomey
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Divine Discontent – The Brotherhood of St Laurence: A history
Colin Holden, Richard Trembath
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Doctor Do-Good: Charles Duguid and Aboriginal Advancement 1930s–1970s
Rani Kerin
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Dr Edward Swarbreck Hall: Colonial Medical Scientist & Moral Activist
Stefan Petrow, Carey Denholm
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Driftwood: Escape and survival through art
Eva de Jong-Duldig
Spanning three continents and three generations, it poignantly captures both the loss that families encounter when they are dislocated by war and the challenges they face when adapting to a new way of life.
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Droughts, Floods and Cyclones – El Niños that Shaped our Colonial Past
Donald Garden
Loss of human life, destruction of crops and pastures, millions of dead animals, economic retardation and denuded landscapesall these are associated with El Nio events in the early twentieth century.
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Duelling Surgeon, Colonial Patriot: The Remarkable Life of William Bland
Robert Lehane
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Echuca: A history
Susan Priestly
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Engineer to Marvellous Melbourne: The Life and Times of William Thwaites
Robert La Nauze
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Ernest Wood and the Foundation of The Musical Tradition at St Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne
Ian Burk
The religious, musical and cultural motives and reasons for establishing and preserving a choir and exclusive choir school at St Pauls Cathedral in pre-Federation Melbourne
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Espresso New Edition
Andrew Brown-May
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Father’s Right Hand Man: Women on Australia’s Family Farms in the Age of Federation, 1880s–1920s
Kathryn M. Hunter
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Fighting Monsters: An Intimate History of the Sandakan Tragedy
Richard Wallace Braithwaite
Only six escapees survived the Sandakan death marches of 1945 in North Borneo, the worst atrocity ever inflicted on Australian soldiers. One of the survivors, Richard Wallace Braithwaites father, died in 1986, still wanting the story to be properly told
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Finding Home: The Masson family 1886–1980
R.J.W. Selleck
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Flanders in Australia: A Personal History of Wool and War
Jacqueline Dwyer
From the late 19th century to the 1950s, many wool buyers from the Flanders region of France and Belgium emigrated to Australia with their families to establish careers as buyers for the woollen mills of Europe. Although originally they had no intention of remaining here permanently, many stayed, establishing a prosperous and vibrant French community.
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For The Common Weal: The Public High School in Victoria 1910-2010
Richard Teese
A study of the rise of public high schools in Victoria over the last 100 years and the barriers to greater social progress that must be addressed if the mission of the public high school is to succeed
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Forgotten Hero: Richard Bourke—Irish-born Governor of New South Wales 1831–1837
Max Waugh
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French Canadian Rebels as Australian Convicts
Brian M. Petrie
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French Lives in Australia
Ivan Barko, Eric Berti
The twenty-four French figures who contributed to Australia's economic, cultural and social development
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From New Left to Factional Left
Alan Barcan
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From St Petersburg to Port Jackson: Russian Travellers’ Tales of Australia 1807-1912
Kevin Windle, Elena Govor, Alexander Massov
A collection of reports, notes and memoirs from Russian officers, recording their impressions of colonial Australia, the convict system, the indigenous peoples, the life of the settlers and the wild life of the continent
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From Strength to Strength
Allan M. Blanch
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Frontier, Race, Nation — Henry Reynolds and Australian History
Bain Attwood, Tom Griffiths
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Gardens of the Goldfields: A central Victorian Sojourn
Mandy Stroebel
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Going Native: The Passions of Philip Jacks
Rohan Price
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Gold Tailings: The Hidden History of Victoria’s Central Goldfield Region
Charles Fahey, Alan Mayne
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Guy Gaunt: The Boy From Ballarat Who Talked America Into the Great War
Anthony Delano
Guy Gaunt built a career by playing outside the rules. He dodged his way up the ranks of the Royal Navy, married for money, snatched up a country estate, won a seat in Parliament and faked his disappearance to run off with the wife of the Kings doctor. His infiltration of Americas leadership changed the course of history
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Hard to go Bung: World War 2 Soldier Settlement in Victoria 1945–1962
Rosalind Smallwood
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History, Politics & Knowledge — Essays in Australian Indigenous studies
Andrew Gunstone
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Homefront Hostilities: The First World War and Domestic Violence
Elizabeth Nelson
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Honourable Healers: Pioneering Women Doctors
Merrilyn Murnane
Three remarkable women rewrote the history books by becoming doctors in a world where women were not even allowed to vote.
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Illness in Colonial Australia
F. B. Smith
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Incognita: The Invention and Discovery of Terra Australis
Allen Mawer, G. A. Mawer
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Inspiring Australians: The First Fifty Years of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust
Penelope Hanley
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J.A. Lyons — The Tame Tasmanian Appeasement and rearmament in Australia 1932–39
David Bird
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Jack Lang and the Great Depression
Frank Cain
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James Morrill: Captive of Empire
Bruce Breslin
James Morrill was an eye-witness to Australias longest war that roiled the Australian continent episodically for 140 years.
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John Howard and the Conservative Tradition
Norman Abjorensen
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Justice of the Deep North: A Historical Perspective on Crime and Punishment in Queensland
Carole McCartney, Robyn Lincoln, Paul Wilson
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Keating and His Party Room
Jim Snow
Keating and His Party Room is the first comprehensive account of a full term of the proceedings of the Labor Party Roomthe Caucuswhere the Partys actions and performance in the Parliament are closely scrutinised and debated.
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Keep the Presses Running: The Australian Printing Industry in the Twentieth Century
Benjamin Thorn
The book describes the Australian printing industry in the twentieth century largely in the words of people who worked in it.
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Kismet: The Story of Gallipoli POWs
Jennifer Lawless
67 Australian POWs from Gallipoli tell of life in the camps and challenge the myth that the lot of the prisoner was one of constant suffering and hardship.
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Labor and Santamaria
Robert Murray
Bob Santamaria's influence on the forces that fought the Communist Party for control of Australia's union movement at the peak of the Cold War led directly to the Australian Labor Party's disastrous Split of 195557
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Labor's Historic Mission
Brian Ellis
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Leadership and the Liberal Revival — Bolte, Askin and the Post-war Ascendancy
Norman Abjorensen
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Legacies of War
Nigel Starck
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Life's Logic: 150 Years of Physiology at The University of Melbourne
Juliet Flesch
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Living Like a Kelly
Dorothy Simmons
A journalist writing a story about Dan Kelly and Steve Hart of the Kelly Gang being alive and well in South Africa comes face-to-face with Kelly's mother
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Localising Human Services
Robert Lowell
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Lord Sydney: The Life and Times of Tommy Townshend
Andrew Tink
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Lord Sydney: The Life and Times of Tommy Townshend HARDBACK
Andrew Tink
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Making Melbourne's Monuments: The Sculpture of Paul Montford
Catherine Moriarty
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Many Hopes, One Dream – The Story of the Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria
Bronwyn Hinz
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Marshall-Hall's Melbourne: Music, Art and Controversy, 1891–1915
Therese Radic, Suzanne Robinson
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Matthew Brady & Ned Kelly — Kindred Spirits, Kindred Lives
Paul Williams
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Melbourne Miles: The Story of Melbourne’s Roads
Max Lay
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Miss D and Miss N – An Extraordinary Partnership. The Diary of Anne Drysdale
Bev Roberts
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More Than A Footnote: The Story of Organ Transplantation in Australia and New Zealand
Brian Tait
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Nazi Dreamtime: Australian enthusiasts for Hitler's Germany
David Bird
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Nazis In Our Midst
David Henderson
A rich narrative that uncovers the remarkable personal stories of German-Australians interned in Australian internment camps during the Second World War
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New Guinea Days
Michael O'Connor
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No Ordinary Lives — Pioneering women in Australian politics
Cathy Jenkins
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Northern Voyagers - Australia’s monsoon coast in maritime history
Alan Powell
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Object Lessons: Archaeology & Heritage in Australia
Jane Lydon, Tracy Ireland
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Of Home Politics & World Trade
Bill Barry
The son of William Peter (Bill) Barry, the leader of the Democratic Labor Party in the Victorian Legislative Assembly after the Australian Labor Party broke in two in 1955, Bill Barry was at the very heart of the great ideological divide in Australian politics.
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Once a Country Practice: Macpherson + Kelley, Lawyers of Dandenong
Nick Walker
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Our Schools and the War
Rosalie Triolo
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Outsiders — Tales from the Supreme Court of NSW, 1824–1836
Bruce Kercher
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Over a Decade of Despair - The Howard Government and Indigenous Affairs
Andrew Gunstone
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Owen Suffolk’s — Days of Crime and Years of Suffering
David Dunstan
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Percy Lindsay: Artist & Bohemian
Silas Clifford-Smith
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Pioneer Teachers of the Kelly Country
L.J. Pryor, G.W. Pryor
The schools of North-East Victoria in the 1870s and 80s were often primitive structures, and some of their teachers became linked to the exploits of the Kelly gang.
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Pioneering Irrigation, in Australia to 1920
Gerard Blackburn
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Planning Power: The uses and abuses of power in the planning of the Latrobe Valley
David Langmore
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Plunkett's Legacy
Tony Earls
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Presbyterians in Colonial Victoria
Malcolm Wood
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Prevention is Better Than Cure: Eugenics in Queensland 1900–1950
Emily Wilson
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Racers of the Deep —The Yankee Clippers and Bluenose Clippers on the Australian Run 1852–1869
Ralph Neale
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Raids on Australia: 1942 and Japan’s Plans for Australia
Pam Oliver
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Reconciliation in Regional Australia: Case Studies from Gippsland
Andrew Gunstone
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Refugees and Rebels — Indonesian Exiles in Wartime Australia
Jan Lingard
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Saints, Sinners and Goalposts – A history of All Saints East St Kilda
Colin Holden
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Sandbelters
Robert Murray
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Shifting Focus: Colonial Australian Photography 1850-1920
Josephine Croci, Anne Maxwell
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Silent System: Forgotten Australians and the Institutionalisation of Women and Children
Paul Ashton, Jacqueline Z. Wilson
The story of the half-a-million children institutionalised in the 20th century in Australia: the 'Forgotten Australians'.
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Sir John Langdon Bonython: newspaper proprietor, politician and philanthropist
E.J. Prest
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Snarls from the Tea Tree: Big Cat Folklore
David Waldron, Simon Townsend
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Something Like Slavery — Queensland's Aboriginal child workers, 1842–1945
Shirleene Robinson
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Squatting: Romance & Reality
James Ferguson
Squatting: Romance and Reality covers the political dilemma faced by government in regulating a movement that undermined the primary purpose of the colony as a penal settlement and led to conflict with the native people.
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St Paul's Cathedral
James Grant
St Paul's Cathedral, originally designed to make a statement on the place of religion in the Colony of Victoria, now stands, with the creation of Federation Square, at the very centre of Melbourne.
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Still Glides the Stream: The Natural History of the Yarra from Heidelberg to Yarra Bend
Geoff Lacey
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Summer In The Hills — The nineteenth-century mountain resort in Australia
Andrea Inglis
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Survival in Our Own Land — 'Aboriginal' Experiences in 'South Australia' since 1836
Christobel Mattingley, Ken Hampton
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Surviving Captivity: The campaign and POW diary of Bob Christie
John Lack
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Tenant in the Cathedral: The Lord Bishop and the Count
Tony Vinson
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Territorianism — Politics & Identity in Australia's Northern Territory 1978–2001
David Carment
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Terrorism & Intelligence in Australia: A History of ASIO and National Surveillance
Frank Cain
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The Argus — Life and Death of a Newspaper
Jim Usher
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The Battle of Parramatta 21 to 22 March 1797
Jonathan Lim
The enigmatic figure of Pemulwuy, the Darug leader who dared to rebel against white settlers, haunts the story of the early colonisation of NSW in particular, the remarkable incident known as the Battle of Parramatta
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The Beerburrum Experiment: A History of Australia's First World War One Soldier Settlement
Murray Johnson
When Queensland opened up a large area of land at Beerburrum, just north of Brisbane, to settle military veterans in July 1916, it was an experiment in rural development to have unfortunate results
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The Bracegirdle Incident: How an Australian communist ignited Ceylon’s independence struggle
Alan Fewster
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The Chalkies: Educating an Army for Independence
Darryl Dymock
Between 1966 and 1973, while Australian troops were fighting in Vietnam, some 300 conscripted teachers were quietly posted to Papua New Guinea. Colloquially known as Chalkies, their task was to raise the educational level of troops
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The Chamberlain Case – Nation, Law, Memory
Deborah Staines, Michelle Arrow, Katherine Biber
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The Children of the Port Phillip Aboriginal Protectorate
Ian D Clark, Fred Cahir
During the life of the Port Phillip Aboriginal Protectorate from 1839 until late 1849 some 35 children of the Protectors were associated with the Protectorate. These children have been largely neglected. Six of them have however left 28 distinct records of their experiences.
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The Chinawoman
Ken Oldis
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The Conscientious Communist: Ernie Lane and the Rise of Australian Socialism
Jeff Rickertt
The God-fearing son of a prominent Bristol Conservative, Ernie Lane migrated to Brisbane as a teenager. There, he underwent a metamorphosis, emerging as a communist firebrand on the eve of the turbulent 1890s
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The Criminal of the Century
Rachael Weaver
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The diary of Philip Thomas Smith on board the Royal Admiral en route for Van Diemen’s Land
Richard Fotheringham
One of Tasmanias earliest settlers, London lawyer Philip Smith, hated almost every minute of the 4 month journey to Australia. However, during the trip, he kept detailed day-by-day notes. He then rewrote them as a witty, acerbic and entertaining account of his adventures
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The Emerald Strand — Nineteenth-century Irish-born Manufacturers
Keith Pescod
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The Empire Fractures
Christopher Waters
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The Enterprising Mr MacGregor: stockbreeder and pioneer pastoralist
Fay Woodhouse
This biography of Duncan MacGregor is an exciting and highly readable account of how a Scottish Highlander built an Australian pastoral empire and then survived major drought and monetary losses
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The Fitzgerald Brothers' Circus
Gillian Arrighi
A vivid account of the enormously popular 19th century Fitzgerald Brothers' Circus tent shows, orchestrated performances and personalities
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The Government Owes a Lot of Money to our People: A History of Indigenous Stolen Wages in Victoria
Andrew Gunstone, Sadie Heckenberg
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The Information Battlefield: Representing Australians at War
Kevin Foster
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The Killing at Risdon Cove
W.F. Refshauge
As one of the foundation events in Tasmanian history, what happened at Risdon Cove on 3 May 1804 has always had a place in narrative histories. A large party of Aborigines were fired upon by English colonists, the number killed estimated variously from three to fifty.
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The Magic Lantern in Colonial Australia and New Zealand
Elizabeth Hartrick
This book brings to life the story of the magic lantern in colonial Australia and New Zealand. It describes the extraordinarily wide use of magic lantern images and technology across the colonies
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The Making of Women: A History of Mac.Robertson Girls’ High School
Pauline F. Parker
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The Manner of their Going: Prime Ministerial Exits from Lyne to Abbott
Norman Abjorensen
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The Merchant of Sydney
Alex Pugh, Chis Maxwell
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The Outsider – A Portrait of Ursula Hoff
Colin Holden
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The Poles & Australia
Malgorzata Klatt
In the 20th century Australia and Poland became truly connected as waves of Polish migrants settled and political exchanges steadily developed.
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The Poor Man: Law & Satire in 19th Century New South Wales
A. R. Buck, Nancy E. Wright
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The Power of Ideas – Essays on Australian Politics and History
Greg Melluish
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The Scars Remain: A Long History of Forgotten Australians and Children’s Institutions
Nell Musgrove
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The Soul of ANZAC
John Dermot Millar
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The Wealth Beneath Their Feet: a Family on the Castlemaine Goldfields
Marjorie Theobald
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The Wild Colonial Boys: Jack Doolan and His Song
Allen Mawer
Jack Doolan, the bushranger, had a personal history with remarkable parallels with the Wild Colonial Boy song. If he was the inspiration, it undermines the argument for the song's Irish rather than Australian origin
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The Wobblies at War: A history of the IWW and the Great War in Australia
Frank Cain
Driven by Marxist ideology, the Industrial Workers of the World sought to draw the Australian unions into One Big Union, but of more lasting significance was their leadership in opposing the Great War.
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There and Back with a Dinkum
Paul Skrebels, Claire Woods, W.R.G. Colman
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They Called Him Old Smoothie: John Joseph Cahill
Peter Golding
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Through Their Eyes Sharply — Cultural Mission of the Sisters of St Joseph
Aileen M. Farquer
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Undesirable: Captain Zuzenko and the Workers of Australia and the World
Kevin Windle
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Unfinished Business — The Australian Formal Reconciliation Process
Andrew Gunstone
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Unknown Warrior: The Search for Australia's Greatest Ace
Mike Rosel
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Unlocking the History of the Australasian Kuo Min Tang 1911-2013
Mei-Fen Kuo, Judith Brett
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W. Macmahon Ball: Politics for the People
Ai Kobayashi
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Water for Gold! The fight to quench Victoria's goldfields
Geoff Russell
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Welcome and Farewell: The Story of Station Pier
Jill Barnard, Sonia Jennings
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When the Labor Party Dreams – Class, Politics and Policy in NSW 1930–32
Geoff Robinson
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William & Mary Windeyer: Law, politics and society in colonial New South Wales
Leonora Ritter, Jim Windeyer
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World's End: British Military Outputs in the Ring Fence Around Australia
Alan Powell
In 1829 Captain Fremantle formally laid Great Britains claim to all of New Holland outside the bounds of New South Wales by garrisoning a vast coastline through a number of military outposts
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Wrest Point: The Life, The Times and The People of Tasmania's Hotel
Graeme Tonks, Mark Dibben
A history of the Wrest Point Hotel, a beacon of Tasmania's tourism industry
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Writing Heritage — The Depiction of Indigenous Heritage in European-Australian Writings
Michael Davis
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Yotti Yotta Memories
Tess De Araugo
A valuable recording of the oral history of the Yotti Yotta of the Murray River valley
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