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Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 07 Nº2, 2001






Tasmanian Historical Studies - Vol. 7, No. 2, 2001


Multiple Authors


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  • Introduction: Stefan Petrow
  • Graeme Davison on Navigating Australia's Past: Milestones, Crossroads, Slow Curves and Blind Turns
  • Alison Alexander on A Turning Point in Women's History? The Foundation of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union in Australia
  • Mark Johnston on The Hinge of Fate: Australia and the Turning Points of World War II
  • John Currey on History, Biography and the Past
  • David Martin Jones on Cunning, Silence, Exile: Mid-Nineteenth Century Welsh Radicals in Van Diemen's Land
  • Glynn Barratt on Krzenshtern's Tasmania: The Early Russian Contributions to Van Diemen's Land Hydrography (1806-23)
  • Susan R Allan on Irish Convicts - Hampdens or Hardened Criminals? A Review of the Work of Lloyd Robson and John Williams: A Comparative Case Study
  • Stephen Alomes on Tribal Territories to Theatregoers' Seats: The Changing Character of Australian Football Stadiums and Spectatorship