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Early Days

Volume 11, 1995-2000

Vol. 11 Part 1 1995
cover: C.B.F., Geograph and Naturaliste - & verso
Leslie R. Marchant, Hyperion and the Satyrs - French monarchists and revolutionary scientists and Australian discovery 1791-1795: the achievements of the D'Entrecastreaux expedition
Patsy Sharp, Tom Fox: champion of the Fremantle lumpers
Leigh Edmonds, From muscles to machines: Main Roads Western Australia in the Second World War
Robert Pearce, French doctor-naturalists in Western Australia
Ray Acaster, British nuclear testing at the Monte Bello Islands
Martyn Webb, Death of a hero: the strange suicide of Charles Yelverton O'Connor
Kerry Evans, Transformations in cultural identity: displaced persons in Southern W.A. - Post World War II

Vol. 11 Part 2 1996
cover Early Days (70 years of the Journal) & verso
Sir Francis Burt, Our reluctant governor: Sir Benjamin Pine, Knight
Wendy Birman, A woman of some importance: Senator Agnes Roberston
Barrie King, The marvellous Corricks
William de Burgh, Phoebe Ruth Lefroy: a woman of determination
John Yiannakis, Kalgoorlie alchemy: xenophobia, patriotism and the 1916 anti-Greek riots
Joan Thorn, Benjamin Harvie Darbyshire
Christopher Fyfe, Shearing in the pastoral country
Marion Hercock, Landscapes, legislation and leisure: a comparative environmental history of the islands off the Metropolitan Coast

Vol. 11 Part 3 1997
Rica Erickson, An essay on farmhouses
Frank Crowley, Forrest and the Federal Constitution: centenary reflections
A.M. Clack, On with the show! : the story of a country picture show
James Cameron, Thomas Moody, James Stirling and Swan River
May Flanagan, Lying-in (Maternity) homes in Western Australia from about 1860 to 1960
John M. Clark, Lieutenant Benjamin Francis Helpman, R.N., and the Colonial Schooner Champion
Michael Nind, Towards a state archive in Western Australia, 1903-1945 379 George June Shenton, Shenton, The Elder, 1811-1867
Turner Lindsay Watson, Light railways in the South West of Western Australia

Vol. 11 Part 4 1998
Marian Brockway, The Dunns of Cocanarup
Neville Green, From princes to paupers: The struggle for control of aborigines in Western Australia 1887-1898
Dorothy Erickson, Gordon Holdsworth: craftman of distinction
John Selwood & Mark Brayshay, 'From one room to another in the Great House of the Empire': Devon and Cornwall Group Settlement in Western Australia
Tian Ming Cai, The history of the Chung Wah Association, 1905-1925
Helen Wallace, Mary Amelia Wollaston: a life of 'amusing contrast'
Sir William Heseltine, Problems with the prerogative

Vol. 11 Part 5 1999
Patricia Brown, Jane Austen lingers in Perth as seen through the Hillman Diaries
Jack Hoffman, The earliest Jewish doctors in Western Australia 1829-1920
Marolyn Hamilton, Germans from South Australia : the Beeck family in the Great Southern of Western Australia
Anne Carter, Thomas and Henry Carter: pioneers of York and Fremantle
Tony Stebbing, Thomas Hill Dixon: first superintendent of convicts in Western Australia
Amanda Curtin, 'Sacred and bright with flowers': the Bassendean War Memorial as a symbol of community values

Vol. 11 Part 6 2000
Gillian O'Mara, Infanticide at Wanneroo
Michael McCarthy, The Denison Plains Company and its people reassessed
Linley Chandler, The development of Yanchep Park as a tourist destination, 1901-1941
Marion Hercock, A history of hunting with hounds in Western Australia
Geoffrey Bolton, The greatest miracle of all: Western Australia joins the Federation
Richard G. Hartley, A century of water supply to the Western Australian Goldfields and wheat-belt from Mundaring Weir and the Kalgoorlie pipeline
Sir William Heseltine, A dance to the music of time: a look at political relations between Australia and Britain in the first century of Federation


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