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Riverina, 1861-1891 an Australian regional study by Gordon Leslie Buxton

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Published by Cambridge University Press in New York .
Written in English


  • Agriculture -- Australia -- Riverina (N.S.W.) -- History,
  • Riverina (W.A.) -- History

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Number of Pages338
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Get this from a library! The Riverina, an Australian regional study. [Gordon Leslie Buxton]. Buxton, G. L. , The Riverina an Australian regional study / by G. L. Buxton Melbourne University Press Melbourne Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Moulamein / ˈ m uː l ə m iː n / is a small town in New South Wales, Australia, in the Murray River Council local government area. At the census, Moulamein had a population of Moulamein is the oldest town in the Riverina.. The town is located between Balranald, Hay, Deniliquin and Swan Hill, at the junction of the Edward River and Billabong name Moulamein is derived County: Wakool. (56) G. L. Buxton, The Riverina (57) See C. Scholz, The history and family tree of Johann Gottfried Scholz and descendants , Lieschke, Lieschke family history. (58) See Jindera Bicentennial Book Committee (59) G.L. Buxton, The Riverina

Buxton, G L , The Riverina An Australian Regional Study. Melbourne University Press, Melbourne. Consentino, G & Stewart, R , Wallace Homestead Book Company, USA. The Museum of the Riverina is supported by the City of Wagga Wagga and the NSW Ministry for the Arts. A long series of articles by Harold Mackenzie, travelling agent and dealer was published in the Riverine Grazier in and and gave a well-informed view of life along the Murrumbidgee and Lachlan rivers in the late nineteenth century. Mackenzie writes: It is said that when government either undertakes the making of roads or bridges it carries the scheme out in its entirety and does it. In the Riverina and western NSW several thousand Chinese men were employed in land clearing (referred to colloquially as scrub-cutting and ring-barking), market gardening and ancillary activities. The cleared land was used for wheat growing and pastoral activities, in particular, sheep grazing, and the men resided in camps on the fringe of. Buxton, Gordon Leslie. Description. The thesis is in three parts. The first and last are studies, in some depth, of economic, social and political life in Riverina in and » Between these two set pictures is a broad connecting strand covering the main issue in the intervening period: the struggle for land and the changing pattern of land : Gordon Leslie Buxton.

Hi Maggi My SMITH's are Alice, Patrick, Finetta & Will (William). The ROBERTS are Edward, who married Finetta Smith, George W. Edward jun. Myrtle A., Margaret W. Kind regards Wendy in QLD >From: >Reply-To: AUS-NSW-WEST-L(a) >To: AUS-NSW-WEST-L(a) >Subject: RE: [NSW-W] Bourke newspapers >Date: Fri, 26 Jul . National Wool Museum Book The Riverina "The Riverina "- G L Buxton, Melb Uni Press, pastoral industry - settlement squatters riverina district victoria new south wales pastoral industry - settlement squatters. Historical information "The Riverina "- G L . Rich, E. E. and Wilson, C. H., editors. The Cambridge Economic History of Europe, Volume IV–The Economy of Expanding Europe in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (Cambridge at the University Press, ), pp. xxxii + 75s. stg. Peter Earle. Buxton, GL (), The Riverina an Australian regional study, Melbourne University Press; Cameron, JMR & PG Spooner (), “Origins of travelling stock routes: Early development, management, and the growing embrace of the law ( 70s)’, The Rangeland Journal, 32, pp.