Convict Workers: Reinterpreting Australia's Pastby Edited by Stephen Nicholas
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Table of Contents
|List of tables and figures|
|Revising The Past|
|Unshackling the past|
|Full circle? contemporary views on transportation|
|Transportation as global migration|
|Convicts as migrants|
|Convicts as workers|
|Female convicts Deborah Oxley|
|A labour aristocracy in chains|
|The convict labour market|
|Public employment and assignment to private masters, 1788-1821|
|The organisation of public work|
|Convict labour and the Australian agricultural company|
|The care and feeding of convicts|
|A new past|
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