Victorian Historical Journal Dec 2020 Hard Copy Version

HARD COPY VERSION

The Victorian Historical Journal has been published by the RHSV since 1911 and is a major membership benefit. Depending on their membership choices, all members are either sent a hard copy of the Journal or a code so that they can download a digital copy free-of-charge.

For non-members, the VHJ is available for $15 for either a hard copy or a digital copy. To purchase a hard copy follow the links below. To purchase the interactive digital copy (available as an immediate download) please click on this link.

ISSUE 294, VOLUME, 91, NUMBER 2

ARTICLES
Introduction by Judith Smart and Richard Broome
Past, Last and Future Summers: How History Can Help Us Live on the Fire Continent by Tom Griffiths
They Had Little Chance’: The Kew Cottages Fire of 1996 by Richard Broome
The Importance of Gender and Social Networks in Return Migration Decisions by Tony Ward
The Rise and Fall of Lady Gillott in Melbourne’s Turn-of-the-Century Society by Barbara Minchinton
A Path of Patronage and Paradox: The Entry of Women into the Profession of Local Government Administration in Victoria 1900–1920 by Jennifer Hammett
The Warrior as Priest: Edmund Herring and the ‘Call to the People of Australia’  by Michael J. Birkner
HISTORICAL NOTES
Cook’s Point Hicks Revisited by Trevor Lipscombe
Bruce Pascoe’s Dark Emu and the McMillan Photograph by Peter Gardner
The Famous Mrs Fanny Finch of the Mount Alexander Gold Diggings by Kacey Sinclair
The Land of the Lyre Bird in Context by Patrick Morgan
REVIEWS
Canterbury: A History. By Don Gibb with Jill Barnard reviewed by Graeme Davison
1919: The Year Things Fell Apart? Edited by John Lack reviewed by
Tarrone Estate Soldier Settlement. Edited by James Affleck reviewed by Peter Stanley
Conflict, Adaption, Transformation: Richard Broome and the Practice of Aboriginal History. Edited by Ben Silverstein reviewed by Ingereth Macfarlane
Women to the Front: The Extraordinary Australian Women Doctors of the Great War. By Heather Sheard and Ruth Lee reviewed by Jaclyn Hopkins
Silent Lives: Women of Warrnambool and District 1840–1910. By Elizabeth O’Callaghan reviewed by Judith Smart
A Networked Community: Jewish Melbourne in the Nineteenth Century. By Sue Silberberg reviewed by Suzanne D. Rutland
The Emigration of Swiss Italians to the Australian Gold Rush. By Giorgio Cheda, translated from the Italian by Antonio Pagliaro reviewed by Richard Broome

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HARD COPY VERSION

The Victorian Historical Journal has been published by the RHSV since 1911 and is a major membership benefit. Depending on their membership choices, all members are either sent a hard copy of the Journal or a code so that they can download a digital copy free-of-charge.

For non-members, the VHJ is available for $15 for either a hard copy or a digital copy. To purchase a hard copy follow the links below. To purchase the interactive digital copy (available as an immediate download) please click on this link.

ISSUE 294, VOLUME, 91, NUMBER 2

ARTICLES
Introduction by Judith Smart and Richard Broome
Past, Last and Future Summers: How History Can Help Us Live on the Fire Continent by Tom Griffiths
They Had Little Chance’: The Kew Cottages Fire of 1996 by Richard Broome
The Importance of Gender and Social Networks in Return Migration Decisions by Tony Ward
The Rise and Fall of Lady Gillott in Melbourne’s Turn-of-the-Century Society by Barbara Minchinton
A Path of Patronage and Paradox: The Entry of Women into the Profession of Local Government Administration in Victoria 1900–1920 by Jennifer Hammett
The Warrior as Priest: Edmund Herring and the ‘Call to the People of Australia’  by Michael J. Birkner
HISTORICAL NOTES
Cook’s Point Hicks Revisited by Trevor Lipscombe
Bruce Pascoe’s Dark Emu and the McMillan Photograph by Peter Gardner
The Famous Mrs Fanny Finch of the Mount Alexander Gold Diggings by Kacey Sinclair
The Land of the Lyre Bird in Context by Patrick Morgan
REVIEWS
Canterbury: A History. By Don Gibb with Jill Barnard reviewed by Graeme Davison
1919: The Year Things Fell Apart? Edited by John Lack reviewed by
Tarrone Estate Soldier Settlement. Edited by James Affleck reviewed by Peter Stanley
Conflict, Adaption, Transformation: Richard Broome and the Practice of Aboriginal History. Edited by Ben Silverstein reviewed by Ingereth Macfarlane
Women to the Front: The Extraordinary Australian Women Doctors of the Great War. By Heather Sheard and Ruth Lee reviewed by Jaclyn Hopkins
Silent Lives: Women of Warrnambool and District 1840–1910. By Elizabeth O’Callaghan reviewed by Judith Smart
A Networked Community: Jewish Melbourne in the Nineteenth Century. By Sue Silberberg reviewed by Suzanne D. Rutland
The Emigration of Swiss Italians to the Australian Gold Rush. By Giorgio Cheda, translated from the Italian by Antonio Pagliaro reviewed by Richard Broome

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