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1901, Australian life at Federation : an illustrated chronicle / edited by Aedeen Cremin with David Carment ... [et al.]
Bib ID 2175008
Format BookBook
Description Sydney : UNSW Press, 2001 [i.e 2000] 
ix, 164 p. : ill. (some col.), ports. ; 31 cm. 
ISBN 0868404837
Summary

This beautifully illustrated, full-colour book provides an account of the way in which Australians lived at the time of Federation and includes special information on topics such as: rural life throughout Australia; life in the cities; the lifestyle of the Chinese and other minority groups; and maritime life.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Australia -- History -- 1891-1901.  |  Australia -- Social life and customs -- 1891-1901.  |  Australia -- Politics and government -- 1851-1901.
Other authors/contributors Cremin, Aedeen, 1940-  |  Carment, D., 1949-
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Nineteen hundred and one, Australian life at Federation : an illustrated chronicle

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