Centre for WA History

Bosses, Workers and Unemployed

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  • Lenore Layman


  • 5, 1982

Out of print

This issue of Studies in WA History Journal is a look at conflict and segregation in the workforce.

  1. Articles
  2. Research note
  3. Review articles
  4. Reviews


  • Richard Hamilton and the East Coolgardie Gold Mining Industry 1896-1927
    Anne Porter
  • The Kalgoorlie Woodline Strikes 1919-1920: A Study of Conflict Within the Working Class
    J. Murray
  • Segregation for Integration: Women and Work in Factories and Shops in Western Australia During the Great Depression
    Sally Kennedy
  • The Unemployed and the Labour Movement: the Western Australian Relief and Sustenance Workers Union 1933-1934
    C. J. Fox

Research note

  • Infant Mortality in Perth, Western Australia, 1870-1914: a Preliminary Analysis
    Michael Durey

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Review articles

  • Assertions of a Bold ‘Periphery’: Further Interpretations of Environment and Society in Swan River Colony
    J. M. Powell
  • ‘In My Mind the Next Vivid Scene Was . . .’: Family and Local History in Western Australia
    Stuart Macintyre
  • Cranking the Parish Pump: Recent Local Histories of Western Australia
    G. C. Bolton

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  • Daphne Popham (ed.), Reflections: Profiles of 150 Women Who Helped Make Western Australia’s History
    Margaret Anderson
  • J. Gentilli (ed.), Western Landscapes
    Frank Broeze
  • Julie Lewis, On Air: the Story of Catherine King and the ABC Women’s Session
    Ronda Jamieson
  • Wendy Birman, Gregory of Rainworth: a Man in His Time
    Gordon Reid
  • A. G. Bolam, The Trans-Australian Wonderland
    Ronald M. Berndt
  • J. P. Gabbedy, Forgotten Pioneers: Axemen
    Robert Pascoe
  • H. W. Williams, One Day in Collie
    Raelene Davidson
  • W. S. Davidson, Havens of Refuge: a History of Leprosy in Western Australia
    Bryan Gandevia
  • D. F. Bourke, The History of the Catholic Church in Western Australia
    James Waldersee

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