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Claiming a continent : a new history of Australia / David Day
Bib ID 727731
Format BookBook
Author
Day, David, 1949-
 
Edition New ed. 
Description Pymble, N.S.W. : Harpercollins Publishers, 2001 
352 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0732269768 (paperback)
Summary

In this text, David Day explores the events which have shaped Australia from 1788 to today, and places them within the broader context of the ancient continent's long and glorious story of possession, dispossession and proprietorship.

Notes

First ed.: 1996.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Settlement and contacts - Ethnic groups, immigration and multiculturalism.  |  Settlement and contacts - Chinese.  |  Colonisation.  |  Race relations - Racism.  |  Settlement and contacts - Explorers.  |  Australia -- History.

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