978-0-522-84899-1 / 0522848990

A History of Australia: Volumes V and VI: 1888-1935

by Clark, Manning

Publisher:Melbourne University Publishing



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1822 - 1838 was a period of struggle and change, from a plantation society using convict labour and governed by army and navy officers to a society with increasing numbers of free settlers, businessmen turned landowners and a small business and professional class in the towns.

Manning Clark deals with the effect on the Aborigines of the coming of Europeans, in which G. A. Robinson played a part in Van Diemen's Land, and continues the record of inland exploration by describing journeys of Hume and Hovell and of Captain Charles Sturt.

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