Making Australian History: perspectives on the past since 1788
Making Australian History : perspectives on the past since 1788 contains landmark primary and secondary sources that cover a wide breadth of Australian history. Showcases the work of current and past leading scholars.
Introduction. Making history and the politics of the past / Deborah Gare.
Section 1. Australia and the Enlightenment.
Section 2. Outpost of Empire.
Section 3. First contact.
Section 4. The convict stain.
Section 5. Pioneering Australia.
Section 6. The frontier.
Section 7. Gold and the coming Australian.
Section 8. Tablets of the law.
Section 9. A white Australia.
Section 10. Anzacs.
Section 11. The homefront.
Section 12. The interwar years.
Section 13. World War II.
Section 14. The ashes of Empire.
Section 15. Menzies' Australia.
Section 16. Australia in the sixties.
Section 17. After the Referendum.
Section 18. Whitlam to Keating: the Labor years.
Section 19. Howard's Australia.
Gare, D., & Rutter, D. (2008). Making Australian history: Perspectives on the past since 1788. South Melbourne, VIC: Thomson Learning Australia.