The history of the Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts from its foundation in 1833 to the 1880's
THE culture of every nation is an amalgam of indigenous and exotic ideas. In a new nation--especially one which has been colonized by a parent nation, as distinct from a federation of local ethnic groups--the proportion of ideas newly borrowed from elsewhere is usually high. Some ideas may be introduced discretely, as points of detail; others in complexes, as more or less complete institutions.
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