The Push from the Bush : a bulletin of social history. No 24, April 1987.

By: ATKINSON, Alan (ed).

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88pp. Stapled in wrappers, as issued. A very good clean copy. Articles: 'Emptying the hulks: Duncan Campbell and the first three fleets to Australia' (Dan Byrnes); 'The Future of Botany Bay'; 'Gender in early NSW society' (Marian Aveling); 'A Moderate System of Passport'; 'The Primitive Origins of Parliament' (Alan Atkinson); 'The Ghosts of Castlereagh'; Reply to Miriam Dixson (Kim Humphery). ***A product of the research for the 1838 'slice' of The Australians: a bicentennial history, The Push from the Bush was the only publication of this bicentennial project to outlive its immediate purpose (thirty issues were published 1978-92). It helped to pioneer 'a type of methodology which is now ubiquitous in this country'.

Title: The Push from the Bush : a bulletin of social history. No 24, April 1987.

Author Name: ATKINSON, Alan (ed).

Categories: Australia,

Publisher: Armidale, University of New England: 1987

Seller ID: 30597

Keywords: 19th century australia colonial colonial history gender issues history journals social history,