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After the rush : regulation, participation and Chinese communities in Australia, 1860-1940 / edited by Sophie Couchman, John Fitzgerald & Paul Macgregor
Bib ID 4610332
Format BookBook
Description Kingsbury, Vic. : Otherland Literary Journal, 2004 
vi, 249 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 9780646443522
0646443526
Series

Otherland literary journal ; no. 9.

Notes

"A special edition of Otherland, December 2004"--Cover.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Chinese -- Australia -- History.  |  Australia -- Ethnic relations.
Other authors/contributors Fitzgerald, John, 1951-  |  Couchman, Sophie  |  Macgregor, Paul
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Otherland literary journal.

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