The Resource History of Australasia : from the earliest times to the present day, by Arthur W. Jose

History of Australasia : from the earliest times to the present day, by Arthur W. Jose

Label
History of Australasia : from the earliest times to the present day
Title
History of Australasia
Title remainder
from the earliest times to the present day
Statement of responsibility
by Arthur W. Jose
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Chap.1; Early explorers; p.18; Hostility shown Governor Phillip; p.47; Sturt saved from attack Murray River; p.55; Batmans treaty with 8 chiefs near Geelong (including facsmile of signatures on treaty; p.64-67; Brief outline origin theories, eastern tribes known by word no i.e. Kamilaroi, Wiradhuri, results of white contact, hostile acts both sides; p.73-75; Hostility towards Tasmanians, tribe led by Musquito, Black War, reserves Bruny Island, Oyster Cove, death of Truganini 1876; p.166-173; Very brief references to natives & explorers; Eyre along Great Australian Bight, Leichhardts companion Gilbert killed Gulf of Carpentaria, Kennedys death Cape York; p.180; Burkes expedition given nardoo & fish Coopers Creek area
Cataloging source
QJO
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1863-1934
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Jose, Arthur W.
Dewey number
994
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • portraits
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  • Australian literature
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
Label
History of Australasia : from the earliest times to the present day, by Arthur W. Jose
Instantiates
Publication
Note
See also 3rd ed. at RB J831.16/H1
Bibliography note
Includes index
Contents
The first visitors : Foreigners; The English (1688-1770) -- The penal settlement : Plans and preparations (1783-1788); The baby colony (1788-1804); Riot and mutiny (1804-9) -- The colony expands: A new system (1810-1818); The troubles of government (1810-31); Exploration and settlement (1822-1830) -- The days of Bourke : Political agitation (1831-7); The opening up of Port Phillip (1835-7); Land regulations (1824-31); The settlers and their surroundings -- The daughter colonies: Tasmania (1803-36); Western Australia (1826-40); South Australia (1830-41) -- The coming of self-government : New South Wales (1837-51); Tasmania (1836-56); South Australia (1830-41) -- The gold discoveries and their results: First news of gold (1849-51); The troubles of Victoria (1851-1855); Settling into shape (1853-9) -- Filling in the map : coastal districts (1838-41); The inland wastes (1844-58); Crossing the continent (1858-63) -- Constitutional government: New South Wales (1860-85); Victoria (1860-85); Tasmania (1860-89) -- Constitutional government : the waste lands (1861-63); Queensland (1859-90); South Australia (1860-90); Western Australia (1840-95) -- Australasia: Europeans in the South Seas (1803-79); The period of annexation (1882-1895); Federation (1850-1914); Defence and the Territories; The Great War -- The story of land settlement : Crown grants; Land sales and pastoral leases; Selection before survey; Experimental reforms -- The growth of industries : the Pastoral period; The influence of the gold discoveries; A crisis and the recovery; Railways -- Australian literature: introductory : the beginnings : Wentworth, Lang, Harpur; The immigrant observers: and Kendall; The work of the native-born: Paterson, Lawson etc.; Literature in New Zealand -- New Zealand in the early days: the Maoris and their land; Early discoveries (1642-1774); Missionaries and chiefs (1775-1830); British interference (1831-9) -- New Zealand, 1839-1851: Colonel Wakefield (1839-40); The scramble for land (1839-43); War with the Maoris (1843-6); The administration of Governor Grey (1846-50) -- New Zealand, 1851-1900 : The new constitution; The Maori war (1856-65); Troublous times (1865-68); Peace and progress (1870-90)
Control code
000026508275
Dimensions
19 cm.
Edition
7th ed. rev. and enl.
Extent
xiii,, 328 p.
Governing access note
Not for Inter Library Loan
Other physical details
ill., facsims., maps, ports.
Label
History of Australasia : from the earliest times to the present day, by Arthur W. Jose
Publication
Note
See also 3rd ed. at RB J831.16/H1
Bibliography note
Includes index
Contents
The first visitors : Foreigners; The English (1688-1770) -- The penal settlement : Plans and preparations (1783-1788); The baby colony (1788-1804); Riot and mutiny (1804-9) -- The colony expands: A new system (1810-1818); The troubles of government (1810-31); Exploration and settlement (1822-1830) -- The days of Bourke : Political agitation (1831-7); The opening up of Port Phillip (1835-7); Land regulations (1824-31); The settlers and their surroundings -- The daughter colonies: Tasmania (1803-36); Western Australia (1826-40); South Australia (1830-41) -- The coming of self-government : New South Wales (1837-51); Tasmania (1836-56); South Australia (1830-41) -- The gold discoveries and their results: First news of gold (1849-51); The troubles of Victoria (1851-1855); Settling into shape (1853-9) -- Filling in the map : coastal districts (1838-41); The inland wastes (1844-58); Crossing the continent (1858-63) -- Constitutional government: New South Wales (1860-85); Victoria (1860-85); Tasmania (1860-89) -- Constitutional government : the waste lands (1861-63); Queensland (1859-90); South Australia (1860-90); Western Australia (1840-95) -- Australasia: Europeans in the South Seas (1803-79); The period of annexation (1882-1895); Federation (1850-1914); Defence and the Territories; The Great War -- The story of land settlement : Crown grants; Land sales and pastoral leases; Selection before survey; Experimental reforms -- The growth of industries : the Pastoral period; The influence of the gold discoveries; A crisis and the recovery; Railways -- Australian literature: introductory : the beginnings : Wentworth, Lang, Harpur; The immigrant observers: and Kendall; The work of the native-born: Paterson, Lawson etc.; Literature in New Zealand -- New Zealand in the early days: the Maoris and their land; Early discoveries (1642-1774); Missionaries and chiefs (1775-1830); British interference (1831-9) -- New Zealand, 1839-1851: Colonel Wakefield (1839-40); The scramble for land (1839-43); War with the Maoris (1843-6); The administration of Governor Grey (1846-50) -- New Zealand, 1851-1900 : The new constitution; The Maori war (1856-65); Troublous times (1865-68); Peace and progress (1870-90)
Control code
000026508275
Dimensions
19 cm.
Edition
7th ed. rev. and enl.
Extent
xiii,, 328 p.
Governing access note
Not for Inter Library Loan
Other physical details
ill., facsims., maps, ports.

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