Centre for WA History

Issue 24 - Building a Colony: The Convict Legacy

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Editors

  • Jacqui Sherriff
  • Anne Brake

Edition

  • 24, 2006

OUT OF PRINT

This issue of Studies in WA History Journal covers almost 190 years of Western Australia's convict legacy.

  1. Articles
  2. Exhibition review
  3. Book reviews

Articles

  • Journeying the Punishment: Convicts and their Punitive Journeys to Western Australia 1850-1868
    Peter Millett
  • The Voyage of the Racehorse 1865
    William Heseltine
  • The Control and Coercion of Convicts
    Mathew Trinca
  • Alfred Daniel Letch: A White-Collar Convict
    Sandra Potter
  • Convictism in Greenough
    Simon Stevens
  • A Class of Utterly Useless Men: Convict Lunatics in Western Australia
    Margaret McPherson
  • The Convict Places of Western Australia
    Martin Gibbs
  • Writing about Convicts in Western Australia
    Bob Reece
  • Tracing your Western Australian Convict
    Beverley Iffla

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Exhibition review

  • The Gay Museum – a temporary exhibition at the Western Australian Museum
    Karyn Ash

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Book reviews

  • Andrew Gill, Convict assignment in Western Australia: The Parkhurst ‘Apprentices’ 1842-1851
    Penelope Hetherington
  • Patricia Crawford and Ian Crawford, Contested Country: a History of the Northcliffe Area, Western Australia
    John Dargavel
  • Sandy Toussaint, (ed.), Crossing Boundaries: Cultural, Legal, Historical and Practice Issues in Native Title
    Bruce Shaw
  • Lionel Pearce, Feathers of a Snow Angel: Memories of a Child in Exile
    Penelope Hetherington
  • Reginald Appleyard and John N. Yiannakis, Greek Pioneers in Western Australia
    Michal Bosworth
  • Adrian Wood, (ed.), If This Should be Farewell: A Family Separated by War
    Brian De Garis
  • Pamela Statham-Drew, James Stirling: Admiral and Founding Governor of Western Australia
    J.M.R Cameron
  • Laksiri Jayasuriya, David Walker and Jan Gothard, (eds.), Legacies of White Australia: Race, Culture and Nation
    Robert Dixon
  • Sean Monaghan, A Long and Winding Road: Xavier Herbert’s Literary Journey
    Veronica Brady
  • John Dowson, Old Fremantle: Photographs 1850-1950
    Lenore Layman
  • Roger Underwood, Tree Climber: The education of a forester
    Ken Spillman
  • Stephen Kinnane, Shadow Lines
    Debra Fletcher
  • Robert Emeric Tyler IV, (ed.), My Dear Emma: A Full and Detailed Account of the Journey of Robert Emeric Tyler and his Son, to Western Australia, and their Return to England. August 1st 1895 to March 7th 1896
    Anne Partlon
  • John Tonkin, Cathedral and Community: A History of St George’s Cathedral, Perth
    Colin Brown
  • Douglas RG Sellick (ed.), Venus in Transit: Australia’s Women Travellers 1788-1930
    Kellie Abbott

WA HISTORY THESES

  • A Guide to Higher Degree Theses in Western Australian History 1997-2005

RESPONSE TO HISTORY AND NATIVE TITLE, no. 23, 2003

FORTHCOMING ISSUE

  • Charlie Fox, (ed.) Social Policy in Western Australia, no. 25

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