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America, Young America and Eureka

Headon, David


I intend to explore in more detail the American connection to, and context for Eureka in three ways: first, through a brief review of the scattered sources to confirm what we know as fact about the American contribution to Eureka, what has been effectively 'unravelled'; secondly, by placing that information within a chronological context that, commencing in the early days of the Botany Bay colony, highlights the seminal importance of the 15 or so years preceding Eureka, as the Australian...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2015
Type: Book chapter
Book Title: Eureka: Australia's Greatest Story
DOI: .5263/labourhistory.114.0227


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