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Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 05 Nº2, 1997






Tasmanian Historical Sudies - Vol.5, No.2, 1997


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  • Marilyn Lake on incorporation gender into historical practice
  • Jan Critchett on writing biographies of Aboriginals
  • Dan Huon on the historian as participant-observer in ecological history
  • Tim Jetson on the Green Gospel and historians
  • Hamish Maxwell-Stewart and Ian Duffield on religion at the Macquarie Harbour penal station
  • Anne Killalea explores reasons the success of the Christian Brethren in 1870's Tasmanian frontier settlements
  • Joan Woodberry on Sir John and Lady Franklin
  • P J Matyr on health care in 19th century Tasmania
  • Stefan Petrow on the policies and pressures behind the move of the University of Tasmania for the Domain site to Sandy Bay
  • Kate Walpole on the politics background and consequences of Tasmania's 1943 Libraries Act
  • Plus Reviews