A Documentary History of Australia
This unique collection of documents surveys the beginnings of European settlement in Australia, from the founding of the first township in Sydney Cove to the economic crisis of the early 1840s. Over 500 documents cover all the major events, developments and controversies in the economic, social and cultural life of the period, as well as in government and politics.
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