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- v. 1. A-C
- v. 2. D-J
- v. 3. K-Q
- v. 4. R-Z.
- v. 5. Asian Immigrants to Western Australia 1829-1901
- v. 6. Aborigines of the Albany region 1821-1898
- v. 7. Aborigines of New Norcia 1845-1914
- v. 8. Aborigines of the Southwest Region, 1829-1840 /compiled anddited by Sylvia Hallam and Lois Tilbrook
- v. 9. Convicts in Western Australia, 1850-1887 /co-authors Rica Erickson and Gillian O'Mara
- v. 10. Far from home; Aboriginal prisoners of Rottnest Island 1838-1931.
"A Bicentennial Project co-sponsored by the Challenge Bank ... and The Australian Bicentennial Authority with acknowledgements also to Royal Western Australian Historical Society and Affiliated Historical Societies ..."
General editor: Rica Erickson.
Volume IX and X are of the series previously known as the Bicentennial Dictionary of Western Australians, and now called the Dictionary of Western Australians.
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||Erickson, Rica, 1908-
Far from home : aboriginal prisoners of Rottnest Island 1838-1931
Asian immigrants to Western Australia, 1829-1901.
Aborigines of the Albany region 1821-1898.
Aborigines of New Norcia 1845-1914.
Aborigines of the Southwest Region 1829-1840.
Convicts in Western Australia, 1850-1887.
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