Vol 4, No 1 (2013)

From the Ground Up: People and Places in Sydney's Past

A special issue of Sydney Journal, consisting of papers from the conference held at the State Library of NSW August 23-24 2012, edited by Matthew Bailey and Paul Ashton

Table of Contents


Science, Fashion, Knowledge and Imagination: Shopfront Natural History in 19th-Century Sydney PDF
Anne Coote 1-18
Colonists and the Natural Environment in 18th Century Sydney PDF
Graeme Aplin 19-37
Alessandro Malaspina: An Italian/Spaniard at Port Jackson PDF
Laura Olcelli 38-48
Ragged Schools in Sydney PDF
Eureka Henrich 49-65
Playing On: John York and the Sydney Brass Musical Instrument Factory PDF
Andrew Evans 66-85
‘“problem” children of this community’: Christ Church St Laurence and the Children’s Court, Sydney, 1936-41 PDF
Patricia Curthoys 86-98
Cultural Policy Directions: Historical Narratives and Suburban Development in Campbelltown, Sydney PDF
Penny Stannard 99-111
‘The central focus of my life’: Roselands and Youth Culture in the 1960s PDF
Matthew Bailey 112-126
Imaginings on Sydney’s Edge: Myth, Mourning and Memory in a Fringe Community PDF
Ian Willis 127-140
Rain on Our Parade: La Niña and the Impact of Climate Change on ‘Sunny’ Sydney PDF
Julia Miller 141-153
‘walking a tightrope’: Shirley Fitzgerald, Public Historian PDF
Paul Ashton, Lisa Murray 154-167
Lesbian Spaces: Sydney, 1945-1978 PDF
Rebecca Jennings 168-179
Seeking Sydney From the Ground Up: Foundations and Horizons in Sydney’s Historiography PDF
Grace Karskens 180-203

Sydney History Group

The Sydney History Group: From the Beginning PDF
Jill Roe 204-208
World City? PDF
Shirley Fitzgerald 209-216
On Oxford Street: A Professional and Personal Story PDF
Garry Wotherspoon 217-222