Tasmanian Historical Studies : Volume 9. Family and Gender in Australia and Tasmania.

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Small 4to. 147pp. Soft covers. Fine (new). ***Includes papers from the Centre's 2003 conference, as well as three from the special 'Windschuttle debate' conference in Launceston May 2003. Anna Haebich: 'Bridging the Gap - Assimilation and Aboriginal Women and Their Households'. Patricia Grimshaw and Sharon Low: 'Looking Again at the Women's Vote in Tasmania'. Marilyn Lake: 'Translating Needs into Rights - Race, Manhood and the Family Wage'. Andrew Piper: 'Admission to Charitable Institutions in Colonial Tasmania - from Individual Failing to Social Problem'. Dianne Snowden: 'Convict Marriage - "the best instrument to reform" '. 'AWAS and East Risdon Searchlight Station, 1943'. John Connor: 'The Tasmanian Frontier and Military History'. John Taylor: 'Windschuttle's The Fabrication of Aboriginal History - Linguistic Matters'. Lyndall Ryan: 'Risdon Cove and the Massacre of 3 May 1804 - Their Place in Tasmanian History'. Richard Tuffin: 'A Monument to Folly? The Port Arthur Flourmill and Granary'. Robyn Eastley: 'Using the Records of the Tasmanian Convict Department'. Review by Stefan Petrow of J M Bennett's Sir John Pedder: First Chief Justice of Tasmania 1824 - 1854. Review by Margaret Mason-Cox of Gerald Blackburn's Pioneering Irrigation in Australia to 1920.

Title: Tasmanian Historical Studies : Volume 9. Family and Gender in Australia and Tasmania.

Author Name: Tasmania:

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Publisher: Hobart, Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies: 2004

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