The development of the Australian wool market, 1840-1900
The growth of the pastoral industry is usually accepted as a major feature in Australian history. Socially and politically the importance of the industry is, perhaps, clear enough: wool was probably the main influence which, in the eighteen-twenties and thirties, led to the break-down of the panel system and the triumph of free Australian enterprise; wool was an important source of political influence throughout the nineteenth century and the focus for a large part of government legislation and...[Show more]
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