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Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 08 Nº1, 2002






Tasmanian Historical Studies - Vol. 8, No. 1, 2002


Multiple Authors


Out of Print

Book cover

  • Introduction: Stefan Petrow
  • Marilyn Lake on Federation and the Repression of Difference: the Gendered Relations of National and International Governance
  • Helen Irving on How the Nibble Became a Bite: What Was the Cause of Federation?
  • Stephen Alomes on Celebrations and Historical Memory: Federation and Beyond
  • Rebecca Kippen on An Indispensable Duty of Government: Civil Registration in Nineteenth-Century Tasmania
  • Richard Ely on Sights and Sounds of Hobart During the 1860s and 1870s
  • Kate Murphy on The Lyons Government, the Legislative Council, and the 'One House Bill': the Constitutional Crisis of 1924-26 in Tasmania
  • Stefan Petrow on Planning for the State: Moves Towards Co-ordinated Planning in Tasmania 1944-77