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progress of Australia in the nineteenth century

Coghlan, Timothy Augustine Sir

progress of Australia in the nineteenth century

by Coghlan, Timothy Augustine Sir

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Published by Linscott in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Australia -- History.

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    Statementby T. A. Coghlan and T. T. Ewing ; with which are incorporated by permission of the governments of New South Wales and the other principal colonies certain statistics and other matter prepared for the official publications.
    SeriesThe nineteenth century series -- v. 11
    ContributionsEwing, Thomas T.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDU"110"C67
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxviii, 468 p.
    Number of Pages468
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19851766M

    This book surveys some of the key intellectual influences in the formation of Australian society by emphasizing the impact of the Enlightenment, with its commitment to rational inquiry and progress. The first part analyzes the political and religious background of the period from the First Fleet () to the mid-nineteenth century. The second demonstrates the pervasiveness of ideas of. South Australia was the least Irish part of nineteenth-century Australia. Proportionately fewer Irish arrived at Port Adelaide than at the other great immigrant ports of the southern continent. They also came later: relatively few Irish participated in the first dozen years of colonisation in .

    At the census of , according to the "Victorian Year-book" for (pp. ), of the children of school age (6 to 13 years) in Victoria, per cent were able to read and write; in Queensland, per cent (Australian born children only); in Western Australia, per cent; in South Australia, per cent; in New South Wales, Welcome to Works in Progress, the OI’s listing of scholars who recently have received fellowships to pursue research on early America broadly conceived. Please contact Martha Howard ([email protected]) to share any additions or corrections. Please note: if you enter search terms and no further information appears then we have no information in the database that [ ].

      The period of Queen Victoria's reign, from until her death in was marked by sweeping progress and innovations, from telephones to trains to . Table of Contents. Part 1 Home Geographies: Gaskell on the waterfront: leisure, labor, and maritime space in the midth humanizing transformations of the space of the home in Gaskell's Cranford. 'You might pioneer a little home': hybrid spaces, identities, and homes in Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South.


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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Coghlan, T.A. (Timothy Augustine), Sir, Progress of Australasia in the nineteenth century. 2 Medical negligence in nineteenth-century Germany - Torsten Riotte 3 Imperfect bodies: the 'pathology' of childhood in late nineteenth-century London - Steven Taylor 4 Phrenology as neurodiversity: the Fowlers and modern brain disorder - Kristine Swenson Part II: Progress of Australia in the nineteenth century book of modern living.

First published inthis was one of the first comprehensive histories of Australia, and it benefits greatly from the author's extensive hard statistical data.

In contrast to his later Labour and Industry (also reissued in this series), Coghlan and his co-author, T. Ewing (–), discuss the politics behind progress as much as the.

In 19 libraries. Includes encounters with settlers in Tasmania p, ; employment in the pearling and sheep industry in Western Australia p.

p.: table ; 21 cm. Race relations - Violent - Massacres, murders, poisonings etc. - To Race relations - Representation - History. Economic sectors - Pearling. Economic sectors - Agriculture and horticulture - Pastoral.

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He also reports on the treatment of aborigines, ranging from 'exterminating the aborigines' in Tasmania to the 'efforts to protect them' in Western Australia, and finally focuses on prisons and prisoner welfare across the colonies he visited.

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Nineteenth Century: ; Women, Children, workers Martyn Lyons I n the nineteenth century, the reading public of the Western world achieved mass literacy. The advances made towards general literacy in the age of Enlightenment were continued, to create a rapidly expanding number of new readers, especially for newspapers and cheap fiction.

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