A black past, a black prospect : squatting in western New South Wales 1879-1902
The period from 1860 to the early years of the twentieth century was a critical one in the colonization of Australia. It has been characterised by N.G. Butlin as "the phase of Australian economic development dominated by the problem of utilizing (Australia's) natural resources". At first sight this appears self-evident. Certainly the geographical extension and intensification of colonial settlement during the Long Boom of 1861 to 1891 and the accompanying accumulation of productive...[Show more]
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