Country town growth in South-eastern Australia : three regional studies, 1861-1891
Australia’s galloping urbanization was the major feature of settlement in the second half of the nineteenth century, and - then as now - its outstanding characteristic was the dominant role of metropolization in this process. The fifties were a time of formative upsets to the pattern of settlement in Victoria, and, to a lesser extent, in New South Wales, and the nineties again saw a temporary disruption in the trend of urbanization in each colony. The generation from 1861 to 1891 was...[Show more]
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