Victorian Historical Journal June 2022 DIGITAL version

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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 the interactive digital copy (available as an immediate download) follow below.

ISSUE 297, VOLUME 93, NUMBER 1

ARTICLES 

Australian History as Literature, Australian Literature as History: The 2022 Weston Bate Oration by Andrew Lemon
Unprotected: Aboriginal, Convict and Poor Women in Colonial Victoria: Or How Everything Bad Was Made Worse by Being Female by Janet McCalman
‘A Superior Brand of Men’: Regional Clerks of Courts and the Rocky Road to a Respectable Profession by Elizabeth Wade
‘His Talent is Undeniable’: Benjamin Brain (1816–77): The Tragic Life of Australia’s Forgotten Architectural Sculptor and Carver by Allan Willingham
On the Street Where I Live: Walking the Windsor Park Estate by Graeme Davison
Loyally Made for Loyal Australians’: Industrial Heritage, Modernity and Nationalism at Australian Knitting Mills, Richmond, 1910–55 by Chris McConville
A Band of Energetic Citizens: The Preston-Reservoir Progress Association Fights Back against Kennett’s Neo-liberal Reforms by Karin Derkley

HISTORICAL NOTES

New South Wales Indigenous Men in Port Phillip by John Daniels
Gum-Tree Gas, Soap and Candles: The Work of Civil Engineer Godfrey Praagst in Colonial Victoria by Ian D. Rae
Victorian Echoes of the Holocaust by Simon Holloway
Comment: Henry Johnson: The First Identified European Settler in the Upper Goulburn River District? by Martin Williams
Reply: Henry Johnson: The First Identified European Settler in the Upper Goulburn River District? by Lawrie Hall

INTERPRETING AN IMAGE
Picturing Sound and Song at the Murray River Crossing Place by  Bruce Pennay

REVIEWS
Extreme and Dangerous: The Curious Case of Dr Ian Macdonald. By Kate Hutchison reviewed by John Schauble
William Cooper: An Aboriginal Life Story. By Bain Attwood reviewed by Jessica Urwin
Needlework & Women’s Identity in Colonial Australia. By Lorinda Cramer reviewed by Margaret Anderson
Comrades! Lives of Australian Communists. Edited by Bob Boughton, Danny Blackman, Mike Donaldson, Carmel Shute and Beverley Symons. reviewed by John Murphy
Made in Lancashire: A Collective Biography of Assisted Migrants from Lancashire to Victoria 1852–1853. By Richard Turner reviewed by Ebony Nilsson
Maurice Blackburn: Champion of the People. By David Day reviewed by Peter Love
Early Australian Automotive Design: The First Fifty Years. By Norm Darwin reviewed by Harriet Edquist
The Women of Little Lon: Sex Workers in Nineteenth-Century Melbourne. By Barbara Minchinton. reviewed by Shurlee Swai
Vandemonians: The Repressed History of Colonial Victoria. By Janet McCalman reviewed by Michael Quinlan

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DIGITAL COPY 

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 the interactive digital copy (available as an immediate download) follow below.

ISSUE 297, VOLUME 93, NUMBER 1

ARTICLES 

Australian History as Literature, Australian Literature as History: The 2022 Weston Bate Oration by Andrew Lemon
Unprotected: Aboriginal, Convict and Poor Women in Colonial Victoria: Or How Everything Bad Was Made Worse by Being Female by Janet McCalman
‘A Superior Brand of Men’: Regional Clerks of Courts and the Rocky Road to a Respectable Profession by Elizabeth Wade
‘His Talent is Undeniable’: Benjamin Brain (1816–77): The Tragic Life of Australia’s Forgotten Architectural Sculptor and Carver by Allan Willingham
On the Street Where I Live: Walking the Windsor Park Estate by Graeme Davison
Loyally Made for Loyal Australians’: Industrial Heritage, Modernity and Nationalism at Australian Knitting Mills, Richmond, 1910–55 by Chris McConville
A Band of Energetic Citizens: The Preston-Reservoir Progress Association Fights Back against Kennett’s Neo-liberal Reforms by Karin Derkley

HISTORICAL NOTES

New South Wales Indigenous Men in Port Phillip by John Daniels
Gum-Tree Gas, Soap and Candles: The Work of Civil Engineer Godfrey Praagst in Colonial Victoria by Ian D. Rae
Victorian Echoes of the Holocaust by Simon Holloway
Comment: Henry Johnson: The First Identified European Settler in the Upper Goulburn River District? by Martin Williams
Reply: Henry Johnson: The First Identified European Settler in the Upper Goulburn River District? by Lawrie Hall

INTERPRETING AN IMAGE
Picturing Sound and Song at the Murray River Crossing Place by  Bruce Pennay

REVIEWS
Extreme and Dangerous: The Curious Case of Dr Ian Macdonald. By Kate Hutchison reviewed by John Schauble
William Cooper: An Aboriginal Life Story. By Bain Attwood reviewed by Jessica Urwin
Needlework & Women’s Identity in Colonial Australia. By Lorinda Cramer reviewed by Margaret Anderson
Comrades! Lives of Australian Communists. Edited by Bob Boughton, Danny Blackman, Mike Donaldson, Carmel Shute and Beverley Symons. reviewed by John Murphy
Made in Lancashire: A Collective Biography of Assisted Migrants from Lancashire to Victoria 1852–1853. By Richard Turner reviewed by Ebony Nilsson
Maurice Blackburn: Champion of the People. By David Day reviewed by Peter Love
Early Australian Automotive Design: The First Fifty Years. By Norm Darwin reviewed by Harriet Edquist
The Women of Little Lon: Sex Workers in Nineteenth-Century Melbourne. By Barbara Minchinton. reviewed by Shurlee Swai
Vandemonians: The Repressed History of Colonial Victoria. By Janet McCalman reviewed by Michael Quinlan

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