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A History of Australia
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  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations ix
  • Maps ix
  • Chapter I - Background 1
  • Reference Notes 14
  • Chapter II - Discovery 15
  • Reference Note 26
  • Chapter III - Beginnings 27
  • Reference Notes 36
  • Chapter IV - Voyage and Landfall 37
  • Reference Notes 51
  • Chapter V - Taking Shape 52
  • Reference Notes 68
  • Chapter VI - The Corps and the Governors 69
  • Reference Notes 98
  • Chapter VII - Macquarie: "Jail into Colony" 99
  • Reference Notes 130
  • Chapter VIII - The Pastoral Age 131
  • Reference Notes 155
  • Chapter IX - Voyage in the Bush 156
  • Reference Notes 168
  • Chapter X - Colonization, Scientific and Otherwise 169
  • Reference Notes 206
  • Chapter XI - The System: a Retrospect 207
  • Reference Notes 247
  • Chapter XII - Gold 249
  • Reference Notes 264
  • Chapter XIII - Land 265
  • Reference Notes 302
  • Chapter XIV - The Road to Responsibility 304
  • Reference Notes 345
  • Chapter XV - The Law and the Purse 347
  • Reference Notes 394
  • Chapter XVI - The Nineties 396
  • Reference Notes 435
  • Chapter XVII - Federation: "One People, One Destiny" 436
  • Reference Notes 477
  • Chapter XVIII - War 478
  • Reference Notes 517
  • Chapter XIX - Depression and Social Experiment 518
  • Reference Notes 549
  • Chapter XX - War Again 550
  • Reference Notes 578
  • Chapter XXI - Immigration: "Populate or Perish" 579
  • Reference Notes 600
  • Chapter XXII - Results in the Making 601
  • Reference Notes 646
  • Chapter XXXII - The Dark People 647
  • Reference Notes 667
  • Chapter XXIV - Envoi 668
  • Reference Notes 674
  • Bibliography 675
  • Index 691
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