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Articles from Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society (December 1, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
Andy Macqueen, Frederick Robert D'Arcy: colonial surveyor, explorer and artist circa 1809-1875. Whitaker, Anne-Maree Book review 209
Bob James, They Call Each Other Brother: secret societies and the strange slow death of mateship in Australia 1788-2010. Whitaker, Anne-Maree Book review 202
Bridget Griffen-Foley, Changing Stations: the story of Australian commercial radio. Potts, John Book review 738
Editorial note. Editorial 262
Ian Hoskins, Sydney Harbour: a history. Hanna, Bronwyn Book review 768
John Hirst, Looking for Australia. Whitaker, Anne-Maree Book review 204
Kristin Otto, Capital: Melbourne when it was the capital city of Australia 1901-1927. Pascoe, Robert Book review 655
Lennard Bickel, This Accursed Land: Douglas Mawson's incredible Antarctic journey. Whitaker, Anne-Maree Book review 203
Loyal lieutenant or spy? Frank De Groot and the intelligence services. Moore, Andrew Report 8133
Making tribes? Constructing aboriginal tribal entities in Sydney and coastal NSW from the early colonial period to the present. Powell, Michael; Hesline, Rex Report 15329
Martin Gibbs, The Shore Whalers of Western Australia: historical archaeology of a maritime frontier. Whitaker, Anne-Maree Book review 198
Michael Pearson and Jane Lennon, Pastoral Australia: fortunes, failures and hard yakka: a historical overview 1788-1967. Whitaker, Anne-Maree Book review 200
Peter Golding, They Called him Old Smoothie: John Joseph Cahill. Pearce, Paul Book review 923
Playing soldiers: Sydney private school cadet corps and the Great War. Wise, Nathan Report 7990
Ruth Rae, Veiled Lives: threading Australian nursing history into the fabric of the First World War. Cooke, Anne Book review 909
Scottishness and Britishness in Australasia, 1875-1920. Prentis, Malcolm D. Report 6237
Susan West, Bushranging and the policing of rural banditry in NSW 1860-1880. McQuilton, John Book review 602
The politics of convict control in colonial New South Wales--'the notorious OPQ' and the clandestine press. Walsh, Brian Report 8219

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