Towns and settlement of the South Coast, New South Wales
As announced in its 'Introduction', this study tries to explain why South Coast development advanced more slowly than that of neighbouring regions, mainly by attempting to trace the course of the region's urban evolution from 1822 to the present time. Focal attention is directed at the gradual accretion of urban functions and their localization in particular towns a particular periods. The 'Introduction'also defends the choice of such a region by arguing that the effects of...[Show more]
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