Victorian Historical Journal June 2021 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 295, VOLUME, 92, NUMBER 1

ARTICLES
Introduction by Judith Smart and Richard Broome
Hamilton Hume Sketch Maps: Origins and Modern Treatment by Martin Williams
Transition from Tyranny: Establishing Local Government on the Ballarat Goldfields, 1851–1856 by Graeme S. Cartledge
Principles and Practicalities: The Interpretation of Nineteenth-Century British Burial Reform in St Kilda Cemetery by Lee Sulkowska
Young Men in a Hurry: How a Cyclist’s Death Defined Early Motoring in Victoria by John Schauble
Family History and the Long View of the Great War by Fiona Gatt

HISTORICAL NOTES
She of the Wando by John Poynter
Ngamadjidj Encounters with the Tappoc Gundidj: Mount Napier and Buckley Swamp 1836–1841 by Benjamin Wilkie
The Working Environment of Melbourne’s Early Gaolers by Anne Marsden and Helen Laffin
The Disaster at Wilmansrust 12 June 1901: Towards an Australian National Outlook by Barry Bridges
A.G.M. Michell: Inventor of the Thrust Bearing by Stephen Phillip

REVIEWS
‘I Wonder’: The Life and Work of Ken Inglis. Edited by Peter Browne and Seumas Spark, reviewed by Craig Wilcox
A White Hot Flame: Mary Montgomerie Bennett—Author, Educator, Activist for Indigenous Justice. By Sue Taffe, reviewed by Marilyn Lake
Distant Sisters: Australasian Women and the International Struggle for the Vote 1880–1914. By James Keating, reviewed by Judith Smart
The Personal History of William Buckley: Murrangurk Amongst the First People. By Robert Larkins, reviewed by Jack Norris
Tea in Australia: A History, 1788–2000. By Peter D. Griggs, reviewed by John Schauble
Truganini: Journey through the Apocalypse. By Cassandra Pybus, reviewed by Jennifer McCoy
A Spanner in the Works: The Extraordinary Story of Alice Anderson and Australia’s First All-girl Garage. By Loretta Smith, reviewed by Cheryl Griffin
John Marshall: Shipowner, Lloyd’s Reformer and Emigration Agent. By Elizabeth Rushen, reviewed by Stephen Wilks
Great Expectations: Emigrant Governesses in Colonial Australia. By Patricia Clarke, reviewed by Michelle Staff

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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 295, VOLUME, 92, NUMBER 1

ARTICLES
Introduction by Judith Smart and Richard Broome
Hamilton Hume Sketch Maps: Origins and Modern Treatment by Martin Williams
Transition from Tyranny: Establishing Local Government on the Ballarat Goldfields, 1851–1856 by Graeme S. Cartledge
Principles and Practicalities: The Interpretation of Nineteenth-Century British Burial Reform in St Kilda Cemetery by Lee Sulkowska
Young Men in a Hurry: How a Cyclist’s Death Defined Early Motoring in Victoria by John Schauble
Family History and the Long View of the Great War by Fiona Gatt

HISTORICAL NOTES
She of the Wando by John Poynter
Ngamadjidj Encounters with the Tappoc Gundidj: Mount Napier and Buckley Swamp 1836–1841 by Benjamin Wilkie
The Working Environment of Melbourne’s Early Gaolers by Anne Marsden and Helen Laffin
The Disaster at Wilmansrust 12 June 1901: Towards an Australian National Outlook by Barry Bridges
A.G.M. Michell: Inventor of the Thrust Bearing by Stephen Phillip

REVIEWS
‘I Wonder’: The Life and Work of Ken Inglis. Edited by Peter Browne and Seumas Spark, reviewed by Craig Wilcox
A White Hot Flame: Mary Montgomerie Bennett—Author, Educator, Activist for Indigenous Justice. By Sue Taffe, reviewed by Marilyn Lake
Distant Sisters: Australasian Women and the International Struggle for the Vote 1880–1914. By James Keating, reviewed by Judith Smart
The Personal History of William Buckley: Murrangurk Amongst the First People. By Robert Larkins, reviewed by Jack Norris
Tea in Australia: A History, 1788–2000. By Peter D. Griggs, reviewed by John Schauble
Truganini: Journey through the Apocalypse. By Cassandra Pybus, reviewed by Jennifer McCoy
A Spanner in the Works: The Extraordinary Story of Alice Anderson and Australia’s First All-girl Garage. By Loretta Smith, reviewed by Cheryl Griffin
John Marshall: Shipowner, Lloyd’s Reformer and Emigration Agent. By Elizabeth Rushen, reviewed by Stephen Wilks
Great Expectations: Emigrant Governesses in Colonial Australia. By Patricia Clarke, reviewed by Michelle Staff

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