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A new history of Western Australia
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New Norcia in History
Each of us comes to New Norcia and its history by a different path. I first came to this place of prayer, work and reflection in 1966. My introduction to the records of New Norcia was through DomExpand
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The people of Perth
It was scarcely surprising there that Captain Stirling chose as the capital of the new settlement a site midway between the known limits of likely agricultural development and the harbour town ofExpand
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Seeing the First Australians [Book Review]
Review(s) of: Seeing the First Australians, Edited by Ian and Tamsin Donaldson, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1985, Pp. 216, Black and White Illustrations, $29.95 (Hard), $17.95 (Soft).
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The Fuss That Never Ended: The Life and Work of Geoffrey Blainey
It is time to reassess the work of Geoffrey Blainey, and consider his role in Australian history, politics and public life. Geoffrey Blainey has steered Australian history into the nation'sExpand
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The fuss that never ended: Essays on the life and work of Geoffrey Blainey
It is time to reassess the work of Geoffrey Blainey, and consider his role in Australian history, politics and public life. Deborah Gare, Geoffrey Bolton, Stuart Macintyre and Tom Stannage GeoffreyExpand
Wythenoes in Gondwanaland
The discovery of Australia is a vexing matter. For writers like Jack Davis the land was never discovered. His peoples, the Aboriginal peoples, have been on the landmass for all of time. YetExpand
Self, king and country