2 edition of Riverina, 1861-1891 found in the catalog.
Gordon Leslie Buxton
|LC Classifications||S471.A82 R56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 338 p. :|
|Number of Pages||338|
Buxton, Gordon Leslie The Riverina an Australian regional study Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, xi, p.,  of plates: ill., maps ; 23 cm. Notes: Book focuses more on the Murray and details geography and prehistory. Nice 'ancient' background. Gilltrap, Terry & Gilltrap Maree. The Riverina An Australian Regional Study, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, ^ Bench book, 2 August to 1 March , CGS , Courts of Petty Sessions (Moulamein), State Records of New South Wales. The Riverina an Australian regional study / by G. L. Buxton. The land of the lyre bird: a story of early settlement in the great forest of South Gippsland; being a description of the big scrub in its virgin state with its birds and animals, and of the adventures and hardships of its early explorers and prospectors, also accounts by.
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Moulamein / ˈ m uː l ə m iː n / is a small town in New South Wales, Australia, in the Murray River Council local government area. At the census, Moulamein had a population 1861-1891 book Moulamein is the oldest town in the Riverina.
The town is located between Balranald, Hay, Deniliquin and Swan Hill, at the junction of the Edward River and Billabong name Moulamein is derived County: Wakool. (56) G. Buxton, The Riverina (57) See C. Scholz, The history and family tree of Johann Gottfried Scholz and descendantsLieschke, Lieschke family history.
(58) See Jindera Bicentennial Book Committee (59) G.L. Buxton, The Riverina Buxton, G LThe Riverina An Australian Regional Study.
Melbourne University Press, Melbourne. Consentino, G & Stewart, RWallace Homestead Book Company, USA. The Museum of the Riverina is supported by the City of Wagga Wagga and the NSW Ministry for the Arts. A long series of articles by Harold Mackenzie, travelling agent and dealer was published in the Riverine Grazier in and and gave a well-informed view of life along the Murrumbidgee and Lachlan rivers in the late nineteenth century.
Mackenzie writes: It is said that when government either undertakes the making of roads or bridges it carries the scheme out in its entirety and does it.
In the Riverina and western NSW several thousand Chinese men were employed in land clearing (referred to colloquially as scrub-cutting and ring-barking), market gardening and ancillary activities.
The cleared land was used for wheat growing and pastoral activities, in particular, sheep grazing, and the men resided in camps on the fringe of.
Buxton, Gordon Leslie. Description. The thesis is in three parts. The first and last are studies, in some depth, of economic, social and political life in Riverina in and » Between these two set pictures is a broad connecting strand covering the main issue in the intervening period: the struggle for land and the changing pattern of land : Gordon Leslie Buxton.
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Historical information "The Riverina "- G L. Rich, E. and Wilson, C. H., editors. The Cambridge Economic History of Europe, Volume IV–The Economy of Expanding Europe in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (Cambridge at the University Press, ), pp.
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Cambridge Core - Economic Development and Growth - The Cambridge Economic History of Australia - edited by Simon Ville. F. Clune, Search for the Golden Fleece: The Story of the Peppin Merino (Syd, ) G. Buxton, The Riverina (Melb, ) Riverine Herald, 20 Apr Search the catalogue for collection items held by the National Library of Australia New Search eResources User Lists Feedback Help Collection Delivery Times Visitor Update: COVID Ask a Librarian Due to the need to contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID) the Library building and reading rooms are closed to visitors until further notice.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Memories of a Riverina Childhood - Joan Austin Palmer The Riverina - - G. Buxton Saltbush Country - Deniliquin - John E.
Bushby Galleries of Pink Galahs - Deniliquin, Mathoura, Moama - Murray Shire Council Booroorban - Booroorban Centenary Committee The Balranald Story - Arthur Feldtmann. The history of the Chinese in the Hay, Deniliquin and Hillston districts of New South Wales The Riverina,Melbourne University Press, Melbourne,p A book was entered.
The Riverina An Australian Regional Study, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, ↑ Bench book, 2 August to 1 MarchCGSCourts of Petty Sessions (Moulamein), State Records of New South Wales. 1 2 Premier Postal History, Post.
Moulamein is the oldest town in the Riverina. The town is located between Balranald, Hay, Deniliquin and Swan Hill, at the junction of the Edward River and Billabong Creek. The name Moulamein is derived from a local Aboriginal word meaning "the meeting of the waters".
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Environmental data provide perspectives on settler-driven change and places it in the long-term context of anthropogenic change that began with the arrival of Aboriginal people s Author: Susan Lawrence, Peter Davies.
The Riverina An Australian Regional Study Book Number: Melbourne University Press, Carlton, 8vo. hardcover. index, b/w illus. Very good+.
/ Very good+ d/w. Keywords: riverina new south wales australia history Price: $ On the Riverina studies see Bill Gammage, Narrandera Shire (Narrandera: Narrandera Shire Council, ) and Geoffrey Buxton, The Riverina, (Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, ).
(5.). Brisbane, ; G.L. Buxton, The Riverina An Australian Regional Study, Melbourne, For Labour see: Russel Ward, The Australian Legend, Melbourne ; for Free-Selection see John Ferry, ‘Mapping the New South Wales Free Selection Acts in.
Written in both Maori and English, the book takes a liberal approach to the meaning of words, dealing with them as concepts in context. If you accept language as an index to culture, then you’ll find the book a fascinating read. Maori Words & Concepts. ILL. Barnard, A. The Australian Wool Market, Melbourne: Melbourne U.
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The Riverina An Australian Regional Study. Good: A book that has been read but is in good condition. Very minimal damage to the cover including scuff marks, but no holes or tears. The dust jacket for hard covers may not be included. Binding has minimal wear.
The majority of pages are undamaged with minimal creasing or tearing, minimal pencil underlining of text, no highlighting of text, no writing in margins. The Riverina, An Australian Regional Study by G. Buxton The Riverina, An Australian Regional Study by G.
Buxton (pp. ) Review by: Lynnette Peel. Almost 40 years ago, this journal published a special issue of papers on nineteenth‐century Australian urban history. John McCarty was editor of AEHR (and its predecessor, Business Archives and History) from to ; Boris Schedvin was co‐editor from to The idea of a collection of essays on the history of Australian cities came from McCarty and stemmed from his interest in Cited by: ‘The Riverina –’ (Melbourne University Press: Carlton.) Cameron J.
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