Wakefield Companion to South Australian History
Wakefield Press*, Jan 1, 2001 - Electronic books - 635 pages
Contains hundreds of well-researched, compact entries on events and movements, institutions and industries as well as longer essays on major themes from Aboriginal-European conflict and Aboriginal histories to more recent concerns of wages and water.
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Aboriginal Adelaide Hills Adelaide's agricultural appointed areas arrived Association Barossa Valley became began British Burra Canberra cent Centre Charles Church clergyman Club colony Commonwealth cultural Don Dunstan Dunstan early economic Edward elected established European Eyre Peninsula farming federal Fleurieu Peninsula Flinders Ranges Flinders University Gardens Gawler George governor History of South House of Assembly immigration industry institutions John Kangaroo Island Kaurna Labor land later Legislative Council Lutheran major Melbourne ment Mid North migrated mining Museum Ngarrindjeri nineteenth century North Terrace opened organisations parliament Party pastoral pastoralists Playford police political politician population Port Adelaide premier production railway region River Murray Royal rural schools settlement settlers significant social Society South Australia South East South Wales state's Sydney Torrens towns trade twentieth century unions University of Adelaide Victoria William women workers World Yorke Peninsula