Australia: A Reissue of Volume VII, Part I of the Cambridge History of the British Empireby Edited by Ernest Scott , Introduction by G. C. Bolton , Edited by J. Holland Rose , A. P. Newton , E. A. Benians
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Table of Contents
|Preface to the first edition|
|The Australian environment|
|The exploration of the Pacific|
|British settlement in Australia, 1783-1806|
|The extension of settlement|
|The exploration of Australia 1813-1865|
|New South Wales and its daughter colonies, 1821-1850|
|The wool trade and the squatters S. H. Roberts|
|Experiments in colonisation|
|The gold discoveries|
|The establishment of responsible government|
|Economic and political development, 1860-1885|
|The western Pacific, 1788-1885|
|Economic and political development 1885-1900|
|Self-government in Australia, 1860-1900|
|The Federation movement and the founding of the Commonwealth|
|The Constitution and its workings|
|The Commonwealth, 1900-1914|
|Australia and the Empire, 1855-1921|
|Australia in the World War|
|Australia since the War|
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