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Daisy Bates: Grand Dame of the Desert
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The White Rajahs of Sarawak : a Borneo dynasty
In 1838, James Brooke left England in search of adventure and reward in the far-off islands of Southeast Asia...By 1841 he had founded the dynasty that was to become known as the White Rajahs ofExpand
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Images of the Interior: Seven Central Australian Photographers
Images of the Interior: Seven Central Australian photographers Philip Jones 2011 Wakefield Press, Kent Town, SA, 161pp, ill., 27 cm, ISBN 9781862545847 (pbk) We should be grateful that the AboriginesExpand
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Eating and drinking at early Swan River colony
Sources and supplies of food were scarce in the first phases of settlement and what was available was expensive and often rancid. Bob Reece describes how settlers found the sustenance necessary forExpand
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Reasons for Leaving
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Exiles from Erin: Convict Lives in Ireland and Australia
Foreword - Acknowledgements - List of Plates - List of Abbreviations - Notes on the Contributors - Introduction B.Reece - The Convicts of the Queen K.Johnson & M.Flynn - General Joseph HoltExpand
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You would have Loved Her for Her Lore': The Letters of Daisy Bates
Daisy Bates was once an iconic figure in Australia but her popular and academic reputation became tarnished by her retrograde views. Her credibility was also put in doubt through the exposure of herExpand
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