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  1. The History Of Australian Exploration From 1788 To 1888 (1888) by Ernest Favenc, 2010-09-10
  2. Other People's Wars: A history of Australian peacekeeping by Peter Londey, 2004-10-01
  3. History of the Australian Environment Movement by Drew Hutton, Libby Connors, 1999-04-13
  4. Vietnam Fragments: Oral History of Australians at War by Gary McKay, 1992-09-18
  5. SAS, Phantoms of the Jungle: A History of the Australian Special Air Service by D.M. Horner, 1989-11-01
  6. Homophobia: An Australian History
  7. Aboriginal Australians: A History Since 1788 by Richard Broome, 2010-05-01
  8. Colonial Blue: A History of the South Australian Police Force, 1836-1916 by Robert Clyne, 1987-12-31
  9. Zombie Myths of Australian Military History
  10. Light Horse: A History of Australia's Mounted Arm (Australian Army History Series) by Jean Bou, 2009-12-21
  11. The Oxford Companion to Australian Military History
  12. A Source Book of Australian History by N/A, 2005-03-12
  13. Australian Dreaming: 40,000 years of Aboriginal History by Jennifer Isaacs, 2006-04-10
  14. The Rush That Never Ended: A History of Australian Mining by Geoffrey Blainey, 1993-12

1. AUSTRALIAN HISTORY, INFORMATION ABOUT AUSTRALIAS PAST, ABORIGINAL HISTORY IN AUS
Australian History, briefly outlined with key dates and events in Australia's history.
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Early History 17th Century 18th Century 19th Century ... 21st Century EARLY HISTORY 50,000 BC The first settlers are thought to have arrived around 50,000 years ago. This would have most likely been at a time when the sea levels were low, the land was more humid and animals larger. Although much of Australia became populated, the central dry areas didn't attract settlers until around 25,000 years ago. The population grew proportionately quicker around 10,000 years ago as the climate improved.
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At the time of British settlement at Sydney Cove it is estimated that 300,000 aboriginal people, speaking around 250 languages inhabited Australia.

2. Timeline Of Australian History - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
BC. c. 68,000–40,000 BC Aboriginal tribes are thought to have arrived in Australia. c 13,000 BC Land bridges between mainland Australia and Tasmania are flooded.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article needs additional citations for verification
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This article is part of a series Chronological Prehistory Since 1945 Timeline Topical Monarchy Exploration Constitution Federation ... Diplomatic States, Territories and cities New South Wales Sydney Newcastle Victoria ... e This is a timeline of Australian history
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  • c. 68,000–40,000 BC: Aboriginal tribes are thought to have arrived in Australia. c 13,000 BC: Land bridges between mainland Australia and Tasmania are flooded. Tasmanian Aboriginal people become isolated for the next 12,000 – 13,000 years. c. 3,000 BC: Dingos are thought to have arrived in Australia.
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  • 1521–22: Several writers have argued that Australia was first discovered by a Portuguese expedition at this time. However other historians disagree and the evidence remains contentious.

3. Australian History - Wikibooks, Collection Of Open-content Textbooks
This page was last modified on 25 June 2010, at 1800. Text is available under the Creative Commons AttributionShareAlike License; additional terms may apply.
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    4. Australian History/1920s - Wikibooks, Collection Of Open-content Textbooks
    Australian Society between 1920 and 1938 Introduction. When World War I finally ended after 4 years bloodshed, Australia as a nation was eager to leave the hardships of the war
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    • Australian Society between 1920 and 1938
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      The 1920s and 1930s was a host of musicians ranging from jazz to soul. Louis Armstrong, perhaps one of the most famous Jazz players of all time rose to fame in the nightclubs of the 1920s. People eager to forget their sorrow and leave their pasts behind them would not only dance to their favorite tunes, but also with the revolutionary gramophone, listen to their favorite tracks in the comfort of their living rooms. Movies that incorporated music were now also being released. Ben Hur, the most noted film of the 1920’s incorporated nearly two whole hours of music in the film, which was met with open arms. The audience could now tell what the was going to be about, just buy listening to the music, due to the emotions you can create with instruments.
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      A Trade Union is an organisation which people of a certain skill are part of. Australian worker by the late 19th Century had developed strong Trade Unions. This enabled skilled workers to gain good wagers for themselves and feed their hungry families. During World War 1, Trade Unions organised strikes. These strikes were to protest frozen wages that the tradesmen were submitted to. When the Labor party was torn apart by the conscription issue, Trade Unions received little to no support from the conservative parties and their powers were diminished

    5. Australian History
    ONE PEOPLE! ONE DESTINY! Pathways to Australian Federation. Code A9; DVD Video (90 minutes 3 x 30 minute sections) 24 page worksheet booklet designed for class use that
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    Pathways to Australian Federation
    • Code A9 DVD Video (90 minutes: 3 x 30 minute sections) 24 page worksheet booklet designed for class use that reinforces many of the concepts raised in the video Suitable ages 14+
    This video traces the growth of Australian democracy from the first European settlement in 1788 to the declaration of Federation on January 1, 1901. Divided into three, thirty minute parts, this video will provide your students with the background they need to understand how and why Australia federated. Using a mixture of on-screen presentation, archival photographs and visits to historical sites where the events being narrated actually occurred, this video will be a refreshing addition to students' studies of this important period of our history. The video is ideal for students aged 14 and older and can be either used to provide a background to studies in nineteenth century Australian history, or as a detailed examination for studies of Australian federation. In the NSW history syllabus the video is a useful resource to bring students up to date before they embark on studies involving Civics or Federation and 20th century Australian history. One People! One Destiny! is narrated by Karina Kelly.

    6. Australian History Quizzes And Australian History Trivia Fun Trivia
    Australian History trivia questions and quizzes. Thousands of quizzes and quiz questions and answers about Australian History
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    7. Australian History Books
    Books on Australian History Convicts and Transportation, Explorers and Navigators, Politics and Wars from Brough's Books
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    The Antarctic Voyage of HMAS Wyatt Earp

    by Phillip Law
    A support ship for Lincoln Ellsworth's attempt to fly across the Antarctic continent in the 1930's, the Wyatt Earp was named by the American adventurer for his childhood hero. In 1946, at the instigation of Sir Douglas Mawson, the ship was refitted for Antarctic exploration by the Australian Government. On its first ANARE expedition it encountered a force ten gale which did little to disperse the tiny ship's reputation for being able to roll violently on wet grass!
    Adapted from antdiv.gov.au

    8. Australia In Brief: Ancient Heritage, Modern Society - Department Of Foreign Aff
    This is the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade website
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    Advancing the interests of Australia and Australians internationally Advancing the interests of Australia and Australians internationally Search
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    Australia in brief Ancient heritage, modern society
    Before the arrival of European settlers, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples inhabited most areas of the Australian continent. They spoke one or more of hundreds of separate languages and dialects, and their lifestyles and cultural traditions differed from region to region. Their complex social systems and highly developed traditions reflect a deep connection with the land. Asian and Oceanic mariners and traders were in contact with Indigenous Australians for many centuries before the era of European expansion. Some formed substantial relationships with communities in northern Australia.
    European settlement
    About 160 000 men and women were brought to Australia as convicts from 1788 until penal transportation ended in 1868. The convicts were joined by free immigrants beginning in the early 1790s. The wool industry and the gold rushes of the 1850s provided an impetus for increasing numbers of free settlers to come to Australia.

    9. National Library Of Australia | Australian History: Selected Websites
    Australian history Selected websites. These are selected sites for researching Australian history on the Internet and provide a starting place for researchers in this field.
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    Australian history
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    These are selected sites for researching Australian history on the Internet and provide a starting place for researchers in this field. They provide a diverse range of information on Australian history resources as well as providing links to other useful sites.
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    • Ancient heritage, modern society (Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade) - introduction to Australian history covering European settlement, a nation is born, the impact of war, post-war prosperity, and a changing society. European discovery and the colonisation of Australia (Australian Government Culture and recreation portal ) - article about European maritime discovery and the British colonisation of Australia that includes links to other Australian history sites dealing with subjects such as Aboriginal life and heritage, convicts, early explorers, sea exploration, Captain Cook's life and voyages, Sir Joseph Banks, Matthew Flinders, and the First Fleet. Australian history - lots of links to websites containing primary and secondary sources dealing with Australian Aborigines, early history, maritime history, explorers, bushrangers, wars, migration and so on.

    10. History Of Australia - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Europeans and Aborigines as the great Australian silence. It was partly a play on the title of Douglas Pike’s 1962 book The Quiet Continent, which argued Australian history
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    History of Australia
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search History of Australia
    This article is part of a series Chronological Prehistory Since 1945 Timeline Topical Monarchy Exploration Constitution Federation ... Diplomatic States, Territories and cities New South Wales Sydney Newcastle Victoria ... e Main article: Timeline of Australian history Aboriginal people have lived in Australia for tens of thousands of years. During that time, oral history , some aspects dating from extreme antiquity, was passed down through the generations in the form of spoken allegories, poems, myths, and songs. While there was a long established European tradition of a Great South Land , the written history of Australia began in 1606, when during a voyage of discovery from Bantam Willem Janszoon , commanding the Duyfken encountered the Australian mainland.
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    Main article: History of Indigenous Australians See also: Prehistory of Australia See also: Aboriginal History of Western Australia
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    The consensus among scholars for the arrival of humans of Australia is placed at 40,000 to 50,000 years ago, but possibly as early as 70,000 years ago.

    11. Australian History | Living On The Gold Coast, Australia | Bond University | Gol
    Learn about Australia's rich and diverse history. Australia's original inhabitants, the Aboriginal people, arrived in a series of migrations from Southeast Asia more than 40,000
    http://www.bond.edu.au/life-at-bond/living-on-the-gold-coast-australia/australia

    12. Australian Dictionary Of Biography - Online Edition
    10,000 biographies of persons who were significant in Australian history. Various ways to browse or search the database.
    http://adbonline.anu.edu.au/adbonline.htm

    13. Australian History - Local, Family Social History In Australia
    This site is being developed to be the major Australian History gateway.
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    Welcome! This site is being developed to be the major Australian History gateway.
    • a FREE content site - lots of it in time a collaborative site for any individual, society, library, or other organisation with relevant content, products or services to be part of. A site it will pay you well to be part. a shop front for your products and services a history and genealogy directory site - to other sites, societies, archives, organisations, commercial services and much more a major bibliographic site - with links to where publications (in print or out print) can be sourced - to purchase or view. a site to give your society, library, related or project a much higher visibility on the web. a site to complement your own web site if you have one. your own home page can be here
    More on all of this to come. To keep abreast of developments here:

    14. Free Australian History Writing Assignment | Chrystal
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    15. Australian Shoes :: Footwear At Wholesale Prices :: Shoe Wholesalers
    Contains information about footwear and the impact shoes have had on Australian history and society.
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    Footwear at Wholesale Prices :: Shoe Wholesalers
    Unbeknownst to most people, shoes were not worn in Australia prior to the Second World War. Before 1939 most Australians wore modified gloves on their feet. In rural areas, footwear consisted of crudely fashioned pouches made from wallaby scrotums. The front of the shoe, or forefoot, was usually coated with bitumen and laced up with lengths of copper wire. Although not the most comfortable shoe in the world, the sole was at least more cushioning than Holland's clog.
    In March, 1939, a Mexican American tourist saw the opportunity to market shoes in Australia. He shipped thousands of pairs of the latest styles, featuring full leather uppers and insoles manufactured from the finest cardboard money could buy. Within two years he had made enough money to buy the Sydney Opera House which had yet to be built. People became obsessed with shoes. Some men would wear dress shoes to work and keep their pipes resting in baby shoes on their bedside bureau.
    Shoes fell out of favour in the 1970's when Malcolm Fraser declared that anyone found wearing them in public could be urinated on if you felt like it. "I like a shoe with a generous toe-box," said Gough Whitlam, "I have suffered from oversupination and overpronation long enough. Show me a shoe with a velvet rearfoot and I'll show you a man with a smile on his face and a bulge in his shorts. From the midsole of my gum boots to the heel tab of my designer loafers, I am an Australian!"

    16. Australian History - The Missing Links
    Australian history is almost always picturesque; indeed, it is also so curious and strange, that it is itself the chiefest novelty the country has to
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    "Australian history is almost always picturesque; indeed, it is also so curious and strange, that it is itself the chiefest novelty the country has to offer and so it pushes the other novelties into second and third place. It does not read like history, but like the most beautiful lies; and all of a fresh new sort, no mouldy old stale ones. It is full of surprises and adventures, the incongruities, and contradictions, and incredibilities; but they are all true, they all happened." ( Mark Twain, 1897 ) 18th/19th Century 20th Century 21st Century Aborigines and colonists
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    17. Dr Maria Hill Professional Historian Specialising In Military History, Arab Is
    Dr Maria Hill s primary expertise is in the field of Australian History, Military History and Immigration.
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    18. Australian History
    Fun Games. Test your knowledge with Australian history crosswords. Try the history word searches. Other
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    Australia's history traces back to the ancient times of Gwondaland, the dinosaurs, the Aborigines right through to the colonisation of the country by the English, the World Wars and the modern era. The past is preserved through the interpretation of those who tell the story. Through the understanding of the past we begin to understand the present and possibly the future. AustralianHistory.org aims to document Australia's history through our own interpreted stories and research from historical facts, to promote open dialogue on current issues and to provide a quality educational website. If you feel that any content material in this website appears false, misleading or biased please send in your comments. Web Site Contents:
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    19. Cambridge University Press - Australian History
    Australian History. Below is a selection of the latest major Australian History books from Cambridge University Press Australia and New Zealand.
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    20. ANZAC - A Grateful State Remembers - Home
    Details of commemorative activities in Western Australian. History of the holiday, list of war memorials and student activities.
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