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Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 09, 2004






Tasmanian Historical Studies - Vol. 9, 2004


Multiple Authors


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  • Introduction: Alison Alexander
  • Anna Haebich on Bridging the Gap: Assimilation and Aboriginal Women and Their Households
  • Patricia Grimshaw and Sharon Low on Looking Again at the Women's Vote in Tasmania
  • Marilyn Lake on Translating Needs into Rights: Race, Manhood and the Family Wage
  • Andrew Piper on Admission to Charitable Institutions in Colonial Tasmania: from Individual Failing to Social Problem
  • Dianne Snowden on Convict Marriage: "the best instrument to reform"
  • 'An AWAS' on AWAS and East Risdon Searchlight Station, 1943
  • Roundtable Conference: the Windschuttle debate
  • John Connor on The Tasmanian Frontier and Military History
  • John Taylor on Windschuttle's The Fabrication of Aboriginal History: Linguistic Matters
  • Lyndall Ryan on Risdon Cove and the Massacre of 3 May 1804: Their Place in Tasmanian History