South Australia and Federation

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Wakefield Press, 2002 - History - 418 pages
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South Australia and Federation presents a lively and lucid account of what was happening in South Australia at a vital turning point in its history. The federation era was the highwater mark of South Australian's interaction with people in the rest of Australia. Elected representatives of the central colony/state played a key role in creating and shaping the new Australian nation in its formative years. Peter Howell tells this story in the context of fresh examination of the ways in which South Australians were developing their own community.
 

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Contents

South Australia in 1901
1
South Australians and the making of the Commonwealth
125
The first years of statehood 1901 1914
198
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About the author (2002)

Peter Howell works at the Oxford Centre for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, a research centre within the Mathematical Institute of Oxford University.

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