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2 edition of Lectures on North Queensland history found in the catalog.

Lectures on North Queensland history

Lectures on North Queensland history

second series

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Published by The Department in Townsville, Australia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Queensland
    • Subjects:
    • Queensland -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies.

      StatementHistory Department, James Cook University of North Queensland.
      ContributionsJames Cook University of North Queensland. History Dept.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDU270 .L43 1975
      The Physical Object
      Pagination227 p., [15] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages227
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3108092M
      ISBN 10090971424X
      LC Control Number82215286
      OCLC/WorldCa7039160

      Raised in England but of Irish heritage she lectures on these countries and on aspects of Australian history,. These lectures combine superb photography with local knowledge. ‘Susanna’s lectures are stimulating, interesting and lively,’ says Jennie Blundell, former President of Queensland’s North Coast branch of the Australian Fine and.   A brother and a sister arrive in a North Queensland shanty town during the gold rush in Lai Yue and Ying have escaped poverty and potential slavery in China to a different kind of bondage in Australia. They work for a ‘syndicate’ in exchange for the dream of finding enough gold to pay their way back to their ancestral village.

      Parthenon, far view, Athens, Greece (LC-USZ); “Van der Werf” Park, Leyden, Holland (LC-DIG-ppmsc)The Embankment, Rotterdam, Holland. Lectures on North Queensland history: second series / History Department, James Cook University of Nort A history of Queensland: from the dreaming to / Ross Fitzgerald The wild north / .

        As the toll of Australia’s frontier brutality keeps climbing, truth telling is long overdue The Kalkadoon massacre memorial plaque at Kajabbi, Queensland, which has been pockmarked with bullet. The University of Queensland (UQ) is a public research university located primarily in Brisbane, the capital city of the Australian state of is one of Australasia's leading universities. Founded in by the state parliament, UQ is classed as one of the 6 sandstone universities, an informal designation of the oldest university in each state.


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Dalton, B. (Brian James), ed. () Lectures on North Queensland history, Lectures in North Queensland history, 2. James Cook University of North Queensland, Townsville, Qld. ISBN 9Author: B.

Dalton. Lectures on North Queensland History. A series of book chapters originally delivered in the s as lectures at James Cook University including themes about race, labour relations, gender, mining, agriculture, pastoralism and sugar.

Date range: James Cook University of North Queensland; Townsville: James Cook University of North Queensland, Racecourse riots, fringe camps, Indigenous resistance movements, religious missions, unionism, radicalism, mining booms, ethnic migration: this collection.

In a substantial part of the first year course 'Australian History' offered by the History Department was devoted to North Queensland. Selected lectures were published as a Author: B. Dalton. Genre/Form: History: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Cook University of North Queensland.

History Department. ISBN: The five volumes of ‘Lectures on North Queensland History’ demonstrate the importance of history at James Cook University to the people of northern Queensland, and Australia. Published in, andthey were overseen by James Cook University Foundation Professor of.

Lectures on North Queensland History No. 5 Paperback – January 1, by B. Dalton (Editor) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, "Please retry" Manufacturer: James Cook University. Get this from a library.

Lectures on North Queensland history: third series. [James Cook University of North Queensland. History Department.;] -- Papers by D.J.Lectures on North Queensland history: second series / History Department, James Cook University of North Queensland The Department Townsville, Australia Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

A History of Gold Mining in Ravenswood - Volume 5 Issue 1 - Lyndon Megarrity If this is the first time you use this feature, you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account.

‘ The Ravenswood Strike ’, in Dalton, B. (ed), Lectures in North Queensland History No.4, Townsville, 40 Warden. Lumholtz travelled to Australia inwhere he spent ten months from among the indigenous inhabitants of the Herbert-Burdekin region in North wrote a book about his experience, Among Cannibals: An Account of Four Years' Travels in Australia and of Camp Life with the Aborigines of Queensland, first published inwhich is regarded as the finest ethnographic.

Loos, Noel A. ‘A Conflict of Faiths: Aboriginal Reaction to the First Missionaries in North Queensland’ in Noel Loos (ed) Lectures on North Queensland History: Second Series, pp. 47– Townsville: James Cook University of North Queensland.

McIvor, Roy (). Cockatoo: My Life in Cape York. Stories and Art. Roy McIvor. The Sir Robert Philp Lecture Series is the brainchild of CityLibraries - Thuringowa Central. The team at CityLibraries: Judith Jensen and Trisha Fielding, has put together an outstanding series of lectures, covering a wide range of important local developments and key individuals.

The lecture series focuses on north Queensland’s important. In 19lh the History Department published a selection of lectures on North Queensland history which had been given as an integral part of the first-year course in Australian history.

Although designed primarily for the use of history students in this University, the publication was. Excavations at Turtle Rock, Hervey Range, North Queensland,” Australian Archaeology, no. 8 (): 12 5 Helen Brayshaw, ed.

Ethnohistory and Archaeology in the Herbert/Burdekin, vol. 2, Lectures on North Queensland History (Townsville: James Cook University, ), 10. Claire Brennan, ‘Livestock and landscape: a history of the settlement of Queensland by cattle’, in Trisha Fielding (ed), Selected lectures on North Queensland history from City Libraries Sir Philp Lecture Series: Townsville City Council, Townsville,pp In 3 libraries.

Transcipts from a series of public lectures on the history of the Townsville region delivered by a number of speakers, hosted by the Townsville Library Service (CityLibraries) between 9th June and 11th May p. ; 30 cm. Fielding, Trisha, Philp, Robert, Sir, Rowan, Ellis, Lennon, William, Black, John Melton, Cilento.

In Trisha was a joint winner of the John Oxley Library Award, awarded for her ongoing contribution to sharing the history of North Queensland through her blog and other published works.

Trisha has given guest lectures and talks at State Library of Queensland, City Libraries Townsville, Museum of Tropical Queensland, James Cook University. Queensland's peak history body, founded in and dedicated to promoting Queensland’s history.

Vibrant program of lectures, conferences and events such as Queensland Day dinner and Separation Day celebrations. Commissariat Store Museum. Burke and Wills’ Dig Tree Reserve. The last set of local history lectures were well attended.

David Phoenix's presentation on the mystery of Kuranda's 2, year old Ptolemaic coin led to much interest and discussion. Carol West spoke of the days when the Central Hotel was one of the major social meeting places in Cairns and Angela Meyer introduced the group to Anna Eglitis who.

PIONEER HOMESTEADS OF NORTH QUEENSLAND Ms. Ray Sumner The history and development of housing on the Northern pastoral properties is in many aspects essentially the same as that in the cities. In fact many successful graziers maintained a city house as well, in (Hiarters Towers or a southern city.

Of more significance in the total.The next set of local history lectures which was to be held on the 18 April has had to be cancelled because of the Covid These lectures will still be presented when it is appropriate for the Local History lecture series to resume.

Peeramon History Book. A blog devoted to the adventure of exploring North Queensland history and news.North Queensland Photographic Collection, NQID As the stock exchange had by this time become a major business not only in Charters Towers but in Queensland, a motion was moved at a Special Meeting on 27 May that the agents for Mr A Malcolm’s Royal Arcade be contacted to .