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Drummond's life 10 - bibliography

A wide range of primary and secondary sources were used in the preparation of this thesis. To assist the reader, the references listed in the bibliography have been partially divided on a subject basis. This approach was made easier by the pattern of David Drummond's life: it was wide ranging, but also fell within a number of well defined areas. Nonetheless, some references did span more than one sector. For that reason, other sections should be cross checked for possible references.

Both Drummond and his major colleagues, particularly Page, kept a wide range of personal papers. In addition, detailed records survive for a number of the organisations in which Drummond was involved. These major collections, spread across a number of institutions, constitute a very important historical resource. In the time available, it proved impossible to do more than sample some of the sources.

1. PRIVATE PAPERS OF DAVID DRUMMOND AND THE DRUMMOND FAMILY.

The majority of David Drummond's private papers are held by the University of New England Archives. They are broken up into some 35 boxes, two volumes of ministerial minutes to his Department, plus two volumes of press clippings covering his period as minister. They are an invaluable source on Drummond and his various activities. A shelf list is available.

Other of Drummond's papers are held by his daughters and by the author. The biggest collection is in the author's hands; it includes several thousand letters, Drummond's manuscript autobiography, (referred to in footnotes as DM), a taped interview plus transcript (referred to in footnotes as (Interview Transcript), and a collection of photographs. In addition to Drummond's own papers, the family holds a collection of papers from past generations of the family. The collections in family hands are referred to in footnotes as Family Papers (FP).

2. OTHER PRIVATE PAPERS.

(a) University of New England Archives

Bruxner Papers

Page Papers

United Farmers and Woolgrowers Association Papers

(these include the FSA Conference Reports).

Records of Northern (New England) New State Movement.

(b) National Library

Page Papers

(c) Scone and Upper Hunter Historical Society Archives

W.T. Seaward papers

Abbott Papers

Barton Papers

3. INTERVIEWS AND PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE

The following people provided information by letter or interview: Mrs Ellie Morris, Dr. John Morris, Mr and Mrs W.R. Vickers, Mr and Mrs J.C. Somerville, Miss Helen Drummond, Professor and Mrs J.P. Belshaw, Mr Charles Coventry, Miss Joan Cobb, Mr and Mrs Arch Gray, Ms Lyn Nasir, Mr A.E. Cosh, Mr Andrew Moore, Mr D.C. Brech, Mr Denis Rowe, Dr. Christine Doran, Bundaberg New-Mail, Mr Keith Swann, Mr E.R. Wilson and Mrs Jean Taggart.

In addition, the author drew from the many discussions held with Drummond in the years immediately prior to his death in 1965.

4. OFFICIAL RECORDS, REPORTS ETC.

(a) Official Publications

(i) Commonwealth

Central Army Records Office - service records for Morris and Will Drummond.

Knibbs, G.H. Federal Handbook prepared in connection with the eighty-fourth meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science held in Australia, August, 1914. Compiled under the authority of the Federal Council of the Association, Commonwealth Government Printer, Melbourne, 1914.

Commonwealth Parliamentary Debates

Report of the Royal Commission on The Constitution together with Appendixes and Index, (Peden Commission), Government Printer, Canberra, 1929.

(ii) New South Wales

Child Welfare Department, Report on the General Organisation, Control and Administration of, with special reference to State Welfare Institutions (McCulloch Report), Government Printer, Sydney, 1934.

Child and Community Welfare Legislation Secretariat (Green Paper Secretariat) Report on the Role and work of the Green Paper Secretariat, 19 December 1978 - 31 March, 1979. Published by the Secretariat (1979) [Mitchell Library].

Department of Child Welfare and Social Welfare, Child Welfare in New South Wales, Mmeo. Department of Child Welfare and Social Welfare, Sydney, [1962?]. [Mitchell Library].

Department of Youth and Community Services, Child Welfare Legislation Review, Report of Juvenile Offenders Project Team, 1974 [Mitchell Library: in Green Paper Secretariat Papers].

Department of Youth and Community Services, Child Welfare Legislation Review, Report of the Children in Care Project Team, 1974 [Mitchell Library: in Green Paper Secretariat Papers].

Department of Youth and Community Services, Child Welfare Legislation Review, Report of the Children's Courts Project Team 1974 [Mitchell Library: in Green Paper Secretariat Papers].

Department of Youth and Community Services. Child Welfare Legislation Review, Report of Children Project Team, 1974, [Mitchell Library: in Green Paper Secretariat Papers].

Department of Youth and Community Services. Child Welfare Legislation Review, Report of Community Services Project Team, 1974, [Mitchell Library: in Green Paper Secretariat Papers].

Jackson, R.F., Report by the Minister for Youth and Community Services on Proposed Child and Community Welfare Legislation, December 1978 [Mitchell Library: in Green Paper Secretariat Papers].

Mackellar, The Hon. C.K., M.L.C., State Children Bill and Infants Protection Bill. Address by the Hon. C.K. Mackellar, M.L.C., to the Women's Progressive Association on 20th April 1903 at the Sydney School of Arts, Government Printer, Sydney, 1963. [Mitchell Library].

Mackellar, The Hon. C.K., M.L.C., Child Life in Sydney. Address by the Hon. C.K. Mackellar, M.L.C. to the Christian Social Union, on 19th June 1903, at the Crypt of St. James Church, Sydney, Government Printer, Sydney, 1903. [Mitchell Library].

Mackellar, The Hon. C.K., M.L.C., Address on Parental Right and Parental Responsibility Viewed in Relation to the Right of the Community, by the Hon. C.K. Mackellar, M.B., M.L.C. President State Children Relief Board, at the Public School Teachers' Conference, 26th June, 1905, Sydney 1905. [Mitchell Library].

Mackellar, The Hon. C.K., M.L.C., The Child, The Law and the State being a short account of the progress of reform of the laws affecting children in New South Wales with some suggestions for their amendment and more humane application, Government Printer, Sydney, 1907. [National Library].

Mackellar, C.K., Neglected Children and Juvenile Offenders Act Instructions to Honorary Probation Officers, Government Printer, Sydney, 1909. [Mitchell Library].

Mackellar, Sir Charles K., The State Children: An Open Letter to the Honorable A.G.F. James, M.L.A., Minister for Education, Government Printer, Sydney, 1917. [Mitchell Library].

McLean, D., Children in Need, Government Printer, Sydney, 1956.

Muir, A.G., Report to the Minister for Youth and Community Services on Certain Parts of the Child Welfare Act and Related Matters, [1978?]. [Mitchell Library: copy in Green Paper Secretariat Papers].

New States Royal Commission 1933-1934: Evidence of the Royal Commission of Inquiry as to the Areas in New South Wales suitable for Self-Government As States in the Commonwealth of Australia, also List of Exhibits, Vol.1, Government Printer, Sydney, 1934.

Report of the Child Welfare Legislation Review Committee, 1975 [Mitchell Library: in Green Paper Secretariat Papers].

Report of the Committee Appointed to Survey Secondary Education in New South Wales, (Wyndham Report), Government Printer, Sydney, 1957.

Report of the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Proposals for the Establishment of a New State or New States, formed wholly or in part out of the present territory of the State of New South Wales. (Cohen Commission), Government Printer, Sydney, 1925.

New States: Report of the Royal Commission of Inquiry (H.S. Nicholas) Respecting Areas in the State of New South Wales suitable for Self-Government as States in the Commonwealth of Australia and as to the areas in the said State in which Referenda should be taken to ascertain the opinions of the Electors on any question in connection with the establishment of New States, together with maps, (Nicholas Commission) Government Printer, Sydney, 1935.

N.S.W. Council of Technical and Further Education, Spanners, Easels and Membership: A History of Technical and Further Education in New South Wales 1883-1983, Sydney, 1963.

New South Wales Parliamentary Debates and Parliamentary Papers.

State Children's Relief Department, Report of the President for the Year ended 5 April, Government Printer, Sydney, 1882 and following years, [Mitchell Library].

Technical Education Commission: Report to the Honourable B.S.B. Stevens, M.L.A. (Premier of New South Wales) on the Technical Education System of New South Wales, Government Printer, Sydney, 1935.

(b) New South Wales State Archives

Education Department

Premier's Department

. Index to Cabinet Decisions 9/3026

. Cabinet Documents 1925-1927, 1935-1947

[not all of this series was available: only those consulted are listed]

10 June to 25 December 1935 9/3028.1

16 January to 23 December 1936 9/3028.2

28 April to 31 December 1938 9/3030

10 January to 31 May 1939 9/3031

7 June to 21 December 1939 9/3032

9 January to 29 May 1940 9/3033

5 June to 9 October 1940 9/3034

18 October 1940 to 10 April 1941 9/3035

5 August to 25 August 1941 9/3037.1

1 September to 30 September 1941 9/3037.2

.Cabinet subjects registered under the name of the responsible Minister 1932-1934, 9/5106.3

.List of matters for Cabinet consideration, October 1927-January 1935, Cabinet Papers, 9/5106.4.

Transcript of the Royal Commission into the Child Welfare Department, Supreme Court - Court Reporting Branch, 6/1780-1.

Technical Education Special Bundles 8/2321.

5. NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS

This section lists newspapers and periodicals cited in the thesis. It is broken into two sections, depending upon how often the newspaper or periodical has been cited. In addition to the newspaper files themselves, references have been drawn from the two volumes of Drummond's press clippings and from clippings found in other collections of private papers. Where a reference has been taken from a secondary source and not checked against the original, the secondary source is cited.

For those interested in Northern history, the large number of newspapers makes choices difficult. The Sydney papers are important because of their reporting of government activities. Outside them, the exact choice will depend upon the purpose of the study. For the nineteenth century, a good starting point would be the Maitland Mercury, the Armidale Express and the Clarence and Richmond Examiner; all three papers were founded early in the period after white settlement. For the twentieth century, see the Associated Northern Dailies (Northern Daily Leader, Murwillumbah-Tweed Daily, Daily Examiner, Northern Star and the Maitland Mercury) and the Newcastle Morning Herald.

(a) Regularly Cited

Armidale Express Labor Daily (Sydney)

Australian Quarterly Maitland Mercury

Clarence and Richmond Examiner New State Magazine

Daily Examiner (Grafton) Northern Daily Leader

Daily Observer (Tamworth) (Tamworth)

Daily Telegraph (Sydney) Sydney Morning Herald

Glen Innes Examiner

(b) Occasionally Cited

Age (Melbourne) Glen Innes Guardian

Albury Banner Guyra Argus

Armidale Argus Inverell Times

Armidale Chronicle Land

Argus (Melbourne) Macleay Argus

The Bulletin Murwillumbah - Tweed Daily

Coffs Harbour Advocate Northern Courier

Country Life (Bellingen)

Daily Guardian (Sydney) Uralla News

Don Dorrigo Gazette Wagga Advertiser

6. THE WRITINGS OF DRUMMOND

Drummond, D.H., Constitutional Changes in Australia: Current Problems and Contributing Factors, Glen Innes Examiner, Glen Innes, 1926.

Drummond, D.H., 'The New States Movement - Its Basis and Objective'. The Australian Quarterly, June 1931, No.10, Vol.3, pp.46-57. [Incorrectly titled in original D.S. not D.H.D. Drummond].

Drummond, D.H., Australian Problems of Government: Federation v. Unification, Address delivered to Chartered Institute of Secretaries, 13 December 1933, Armidale Express Print, Armidale, no date [1933?].

Drummond, D.H., 'Some Economic Aspects of Education': Lecture 1 1937 Session, Blennerhassett's Institute of Accountancy Ltd., Sydney 1937.

Drummond, D.H., Report of Inquiries Made Into Various Aspects of Education During A Visit to the United Kingdom, Europe, The United States of America, And Canada and Proceedings of the 1936 New Education Fellowship Conference at Cheltenham, England, Government Printer, Sydney, 1937.

Drummond, D.H., Technical Education in Relation to Defence, Government Printer, Sydney, 1940.

Drummond, D.H., The Story of a Record Administration in the Department of Education, Government Printer, Sydney, 1941 [Reprint of speech made in Assembly, 6 March 1940].

Drummond, D.H., Speech at the Inaugural Meeting of the Youth Welfare Advisory Committee on Wednesday, 2nd April, 1941 at 4pm in the Office of the Minister for Education, Government Printer, Sydney, 1941.

Drummond, D.H., Australia's Changing Constitution: No States or New States, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1943.

Drummond, D.H., 'The General Case for Revision of the Constitution', in David Maughan, D.H. Drummond, P.C. Spender and F.A. Bland, Constitutional Revision in Australia, Australasian Publishing Co., in conjunction with the Australian Institute of Political Science, Sydney, 1944.

Drummond, D.H., The Future of Education in Australia, Armidale Express Print, Armidale, 1954.

Drummond, D.H., Australian Dilemma, Armidale Express Print, Armidale, 1955.

Drummond, D.H., A University is Born. The Story of the Founding of the University College of New England, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1959.

Drummond, D.H., "The Changing Tides of Education", Armidale and District Historical Society, Journal and Proceedings, Vol.2, No.1, October 1961, pp.1-11.

7. HISTORY OF NORTHERN NEW SOUTH WALES

The history of Northern New South Wales has yet to be written. This section gives a partial list of references relating to the history of the area. It should be used in conjunction with the next section (Political Activity: The Country Movements).

Those interested in the history of the area should consult Greenwood's bibliography (listed below), the local history cards at the Newcastle Public Library, the Universities of New England and Newcastle, the Armidale College of Advanced Education, the Richmond River College of Advanced Education and the local history societies that exist in most towns.

Most of the historical research that has been done in Northern New South Wales is in unpublished thesis form or in local historical society publications. The Armidale and District Historical Society Journal and Proceedings is a particularly valuable starting point.

Aitkin, D.A., 'Unemployment and Unemployment Relief in Armidale 1930-1932', BA (Hons) thesis, University of New England, 1958.

Atchison, J. and Maye, B., 'Pragmatism: The Formation and Function of Regions', paper delivered at the Conference 'Defining Australian Regional Identities', held at the Darling Downs Institute of Advanced Education, 23-25 September 1983.

Baker, D.W.A., 'Lang, John Dunmore (1799-1878)', in Douglas Pike (ed), Australian Dictionary of Biography, Vol.2: 1788-1850 1 to 2, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, 1967, pp.76-83.

Belshaw, J.D., 'Region versus Centre: The Emergence and Development of Regional Consciousness in Northern New South Wales', paper delivered at the Conference 'Defining Australian Regional Identities', Darling Downs Institute of Advanced Education, 23-25 September 1983.

Bolton, G.C., 'Regional History in Australia', J.A. Moses (ed), Historical Disciplines and Culture in Australia: an assessment, University of Queensland Press, St. Lucia, 1979.

Braithwaite, N. and Beard, H., (eds), Pioneering in the Bellinger Valley, 'The Bellingen Courier-Sun', Bellingen, 1978.

Brown, H., Tin at Tingha, Brown, Armidale, 1982.

Caldwell, J.C., 'New England Politics 1856-1865. An Examination of the Electorate of New England Constituencies which throws some light on New South Wales Politics during the First Decade of Responsible Government', BA (Hons) thesis, University of New England, 1958.

Cameron, B.L. and J.L. McLennan, "Scots' Corner": A Local History, B.L. Cameron, Armidale, 1971.

Carter, H.R., (edited by N.R. Ferris), The Upper Mooki, Quirindi and District Historical Association in association with the author, Quirindi. 1974.

Cosh, A.E., Jumping Kangaroo, Devill Publicity, Armidale, 1978.

Daley, L.T., Men and a River. A History of the Richmond River District 1828-1895, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, 1966.

Docherty, J.C., 'The Second City: Social and Urban Change in Newcastle, New South Wales 1900-C1929', PhD thesis, Australian National University, 1977.

Doolin, R.J., A Boy from the Bush Goes to Town: Autobiography, Printer by Cranbrook Press (Toowoomba), Toowoomba, [1973?].

Duncan, R., Armidale: Economic and Social Development 1839-1871, Regional Research Monograph No.6, The New England University College, Armidale, October 1951.

Ellis, C.J., I Seek Adventure, Alternative Publishing Co-operative Sydney, 1981.

Farwell, G., Squatter's Castle: The saga of a pastoral dynasty, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1983. [First published by Lansdowne Press, 1973].

Fahey, Eric, The Settlement of Guy Fawkes and Dorrigo, Central North Coast Newspaper Company, Coffs Harbour, 1976.

Fisher, M.C., 'Land Legislation in New South Wales 1895-1913: The Necessary Condition for the Expansion of the Wheat Industry', Litt B thesis, University of New England, 1969.

Frewen, H., Imogene: An Odyssey, with notes and recollections, Australasian Publishing Co., Sydney. [no date, probably 1944].

Gilbert, L., NEW ENGLAND from old photographs, John Ferguson, Sydney, 1980.

Gilbert, L., (with E.S. Elphick, D. Rose and D. Hope), An Armidale Album: Glimpses of Armidale's History and Development in Word, Sketch and Photograph, New England Regional Art Museum Association, Armidale, 1982.

Gray, S., '"An evil long endured", Newcastle's Depression', in Judy Mackinolty (ed), The Wasted Years? Australia's Great Depression, George Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1981.

Greenhalgh, A.J., Time's Subjects: The Story of Goorangoola; A Small Community in the Hunter Valley of New South Wales 1839-1939, Singleton Argus Print, no date.

Greenwood, L., New England: Regional Needs and Disabilities (with regional bibliography), University of New England, Armidale, 1976.

Handley, I., A History of Uralla, published by the author [?], no date.

Harman, G.S., 'New England and Armidale Politics, 1891-1898: An examination of the New England and Armidale electorates to view political activity on the local level and to observe what light is thrown on N.S.W. politics during the Eighteen Nineties', BA (Hons) thesis, University of New England, 1959.

Harman, G.S., 'Politics at the Electoral Level - A Study in Armidale and New England 1899 to 1929', MA (Hons) thesis, University of New England, 1964.

Harris, A., Abington: A History of a Station and its people, The University of New England, Armidale, 1982.

Harslett, J., and Royle, M., They Came to a Plateau (The Stanthorpe Saga), third edition (revised), International Colour Publications, Stanthorpe, 1980.

Hope, A.D., Judith Wright, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1975.

Ingrouille, D.H., '"John, S." Armidale. An account of the public life of John Stoward Moyes with particular reference to his Ministry as Bishop of Armidale', Litt B thesis, University of New England, 1976.

Jeans, D.N., An Historical Geography of New South Wales to 1901, Reed Education, Artarmon, 1972.

Kneipp, P., This Land of Promise: The Ursuline Order of Australia, 1882-1982, The University of New England, Armidale, 1982.

Lang, J.D., Freedom and Independence for the Golden Lands of Australia; the right of the Colonies and the Interest of Britain and of the World, Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, London 1852.

Lang, J.D., The Coming Event! or Freedom and Independence for the Seven United Provinces of Australia, Sampson, Low, Son, and Marston, London, 1870.

Lang, J.D., An Historical and Statistical Account of New South Wales from the founding of the colony in 1788 to the present day, two volumes, Sampson Low, Marston, Low, and Searle, 4th edition, London, 1875.

Lazlo, I.M., 'Railway Policies and Development in Northern New South Wales 1846 to 1889', MA thesis, University of New England, 1956.

Lazlo, I.M., 'Politics and continuance of the Railway North beyond Tamworth', Armidale and District Historical Society, Journal and Proceedings, No.20, January 1977, pp.43-50.

Lazlo, I.M., 'Railway Development in the North - Some Conclusions', Armidale and District Historical Society, Journal and Proceedings, No.20, January 1977, pp.80-81.

Lea, D.A.M., Pigram, J.J.J. and Greenwood, L. (eds) An Atlas of New England, 2 Vols., Department of Geography, University of New England, Armidale, 1977.

Leslie, J., From Stockyards to Streets; The story of the founding of Coonamble N.S.W., 2nd edition, L.J. Gibson, Stockton 1979.

Linge, G.J.R., Industrial Awakening. A Geography of Australian Manufacturing 1788 to 1890, Australian National University Press, Canberra, 1979.

Long, D.M., 'History of New England 1832-1861', BA (Hons) thesis, Sydney University (New England University College), 1945.

Long, D.M., 'A History of the New England Region in the Nineteenth Century', MA thesis, University of Sydney (New England University College), 1950.

McDonald, M.A., 'The Great Northern Railway in the New England Pastoral District 1867-1890', BA (Hons) thesis, University of New England, 1954.

Macleod, A.R., The Transformation of Manellae. A History of Manilla, Manilla, 1949.

McSwan, E.H., A History of Yamba and Iluka, compiled for the Maclean District Historical Society, Clarence Press, 1978.

Maxwell, I.M., 'Central New England Politics, 1900-1904', BA (Hons) thesis, University of New England, 1960.

Milliss, R., City on the Peel: A History of Tamworth and District 1818-1976, A.H. & W.A. Reed, Sydney, 1980.

Moorhead, J., 'The Bishopric of Grafton and Armidale and the People of the North Coast', Armidale and District Historical Society Journal and Proceedings, No.12, November 1969, pp.21-28.

Oxford, H.W., (ed), Armidale 1863-1938: 75th Anniversary of the Municipality, Armidale, 1938.

Potter, E., The Scone I Remember, Scone and Upper Hunter Historical Society, Scone, 1981.

Ryan, M., (ed) The Story of a North Coast City: Lismore, The Currawong Press, Milson's Point, 1979.

Rolls, E., A Million Wild Acres: 200 Years of Man and an Australian Forest, Thomas Nelson, Melbourne, 1982.

Sommerlad, D.J.R., 'D.H. Drummond: Parliamentarian and Pressman', Armidale and District Historical Society, Journal and Proceedings, No.22, March 1979, pp.43-52.

Sommerlad, E.C., Mightier Than the Sword: A Handbook on Journalism, Broadcasting, Propaganda Public Relations and Advertising, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1950.

Starr, J., Pioneering New England, Rigby, 1978.

Sternbeck, M., The Catholic Church in Singleton: An Historical Look at its People and Progress, Newey and Beath, Broadmeadow, no date.

St. Clair, E., (incorporating 'The Land of "The Beardies"' by E.C. Sommerlad), The Beardies Heritage: A history of Glen Innes and District produced by the Glen Innes Municipal Council to mark the centenary of the Municipality, 1972, Glen Innes Municipal Council, 1972.

Thorpe, E.W.R., An Historical Survey Of the Macleay Valley, Research Series in Applied Geography, No.20, Geography Department, University of New England, 1968.

Walker, R.B., Old New England: A History of the Northern Tablelands of New South Wales 1818-1900, Sydney University Press, 1966.

Wiedemann, E., World of its Own: Inverell's Early Years 1827-1920, Devill Publicity, Inverell, 1981.

Wilkinson, Isabel, Forgotten Country. The story of the Upper Clarence Gold Fields, Northern Rivers College of Advanced Education, Lismore, 1980.

Willis, G., 'An Examination of the electorate of New England 1880-1889 with a view of discovering the problems behind local activity and the forms that this activity took', BA (Hons) thesis, University of New England, 1960.

Wood, L.R., 'An Examination of three electorates in the Maitland and Morpeth region in an attempt to throw some light on the nature of New South Wales politics during the decade 1855-1864', BA (Hons) thesis, University of New England, 1960.

Wright, Peter A., 'History of the New England National Park', in National Parks: Report on the Proceedings of the National Parks School Held at the University of New England Feb.14-16, 1964, Department of University Extension, Armidale, 1964.

Wright, Peter A., 'A History of the New England National Park', Armidale and District Historical Society Journal and Proceedings, No.25, March 1982, pp.1-16.

Wright, Phillip A., Memories of a Bushwacker, University of New England, Armidale, 1971. [2nd edition, with an afterword by Bruce Mitchell, University of New England, 1982].

8. POLITICAL ACTIVITY: THE COUNTRY MOVEMENTS

Aitkin, D.A., 'The United Country Party in New South Wales 1932-1941: A study of electoral support.', MA (Hons) thesis, University of New England, 1960.

Aitkin, D.A., 'The Organisation of the Australian Country Party (N.S.W.) 1946 to 1962', PhD thesis, Australian National University, February, 1964.

Aitkin, D.A., The Colonel: A Political Biography of Sir Michael Bruxner, Australian National University Press, Canberra, 1969.

Aitkin, D.A., The Country Party in New South Wales: A study of organisation and survival, Australian National University Press, Canberra, 1972.

Australian Country Party (N.S.W.)

. (The) Country Party of N.S.W. Platform (Revised 12/8/30), The Party, Sydney, [1930?] [Mitchell Library].

. (The) Australian Country Party (N.S.W.), Platform & Policy of the Australian Country Party (N.S.W.) 1944, The Party, Sydney, 1944. [Mitchell Library].

. (The) Australian Country Party (N.S.W.), Constitution and Rules for the guidance of Central Council, Electorate Councils, Branches, Women's Branches and Younger Sets as ratified at the Annual Conference April 10, 11, 12, 13, 1946, The Party, Sydney. [Mitchell Library].

. Australian Country Party - N.S.W.: Bibliography, Mitchell Library.

Australian New States Conference. Official Report, Proceedings of Conference of Delegates held in the Town Hall, Albury, N.S.W., on July 3rd and 4th 1922, Leader Print, Tamworth 1922. [Copy in Page Papers, National Library MS1633/2146/17].

Bayley, W.A., History of the Farmers and Settlers Association of N.S.W., Farmers and Settlers' Association, Sydney, 1957.

Belshaw, J.D., 'David Henry Drummond 1890-1930: The formative years', Armidale and District Historical Society Journal and Proceedings, No.22, March 1979, pp.19-42.

Belshaw, J.D., 'Journalist, Political Agitator and Theorist, Public Servant and Historian - An obituary of Ulrich Ellis', Armidale and District Historical Society Journal and Proceedings, No.25, March 1982, pp.147-160.

Beveridge, W.A., 'The Riverina Movement and Charles Hardy', BEc (Hons) thesis, Sydney University, 1954. [This thesis is usually recorded as above. However, the microfilm is marked Government III].

Birch, R.N., 'The New State Movement in Northern New South Wales', BA (Hons) thesis, Sydney University (New England University College), 1947.

Bolton, G.C., A Thousand Miles Away. A History of North Queensland to 1920, Australian National University Press, Canberra, 1972.

Buttenshaw, E.A., The Country Party of N.S.W. Policy Speech, delivered by Mr E.A. Buttenshaw, M.L.A. (Leader of the Country Party of N.S.W.) in the Rio Hall West Wyalong on Tuesday 13th September, 1927 at 8pm and broadcasted by courtesy of Farmers' Service, 2FC, The Party, Sydney, 1927. [Mitchell Library].

Buttenshaw, E.A., The Country Party of New South Wales. Policy Speech Delivered at Condobolin on Tuesday 23rd September 1930, The Country Party of N.S.W., Sydney [no date 1930].

Buxton, G.L., 'The Middle Reaches in the Nineteenth Century' in H.J. Frith and G. Sawer, The Murray Waters: Man, Nature and a River System, Angus & Robertson, Cremorne, 1974.

Caiden, G.E., 'Ellis and the Department of the Interior', in B.B. Schaffer and D.C. Corbett (eds), Decisions. Case Studies in Australian Administration, F.W. Cheshire (in association with the Australian Regional Groups of the Royal Institute of Public Administration), Melbourne, 1965, pp.225-241.

Campbell, D., 'The Tariff and the Country', The Australian Quarterly (Vol.2), No.7, Sept., 1930, pp.115-126.

Careless, J.M.S., 'Aspects of Metropolitanism in Atlantic Canada' in Mason Wade (ed). Regionalism in the Canadian Community 1867-1967, University of Toronto Press, 1969, pp.117-129.

Careless, J.M.S., 'Metropolis and Frontier: the Interplay between City and Region in Canadian History before 1914', Roneo Article, February, 1978.

Curtis, G.S., THE EXPLOITATION OF CENTRAL QUEENSLAND! The Urgent and Imperative Necessity of Finance and Administrative Decentralisation to Abolish a Vicious and Debilitating System of Unmitigated Blunder which is impoverishing the People of Central Queensland: A Retrospect, a Lesson, and an Incentive to Action, ADDRESSED to the MEN and WOMEN of CENTRAL QUEENSLAND, by G.S. Curtis, Rockhampton, Rockhampton, [13/5/04 ?]. [Copy in Page Papers].

Doran, C., Separatism in Townsville, 1884 to 1894: "We should Govern Ourselves", Studies in North Queensland History No.4, History Department, James Cook University of North Queensland, Townsville, 1981.

Doran, C., 'North Queensland Separatism in the Nineteenth Century', PhD thesis, James Cook University of North Queensland, 1981.

Ellis, U.R., New Australian States, The Endeavour Press, Sydney, 1933.

Ellis, U.R., The Country Party: A Political and Social History of the Party in New South Wales, F.W. Cheshire, Melbourne, 1958.

Ellis, U.R., A History of the Australian Country Party, Melbourne University Press, Parkville, 1963.

Frith, H.J. and Sawer, F. (ed), The Murray Waters: Man, Nature and a River System, Angus & Robertson, Cremorne, 1974.

Graham, B.D., 'The Political Strategies of the Australian Country Parties from their Origins until 1929', PhD thesis, Australian National University, 1958.

Graham, B.D., The Formation of the Australian Country Parties, Australian National University Press, Canberra, 1966.

Harman, G.S., 'Graziers in Politics: The Pressure Group Behaviour of the Graziers' Association of New South Wales', PhD thesis, Australian National University, 1968.

Harman, G.S., 'New State Agitation in Northern New South Wales, 1920-1929', Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, Vol.63, Pt.1, June 1977, pp.26-39.

Kennedy, B., 'Regionalism and Nationalism: Broken Hill in the 1880s', Australian Economic Review, Vol.XX, Number 1, March 1980, pp.64-76.

Kingsbury, S., A Sydney Critic's Catechism of the State Reconstruction Movement. Australian Country Party Bureau of Publicity Information and Research, Sydney, [1932 ?]. [Mitchell Library].

Leach, R.H., 'The New State Movement in Australia', Journal of Commonwealth Political Studies, Vol.III, No.1, March 1965, pp.20-31.

Lorimer, J.A., 'Riverina Movement', The Australian Quarterly, No.10, June 1931, pp.58-63.

Holmes, Macdonald J., The "New States" Idea and its Geographic Background, New Century Press, Sydney, 1933.

Moore, E., 'The Causes of the Agitation after 1901, for the Establishment of a New State in Northern New South Wales', MA thesis, Sydney University, (New England University College), 1953.

Northern New State Executive New State's or Country Councils? Address delivered at Second New State Conference Held at Armidale on June, 5, 6 and 7 1923, by Colin Sinclair, Vice-President of the Northern New State Central Executive, Leader Print, Tamworth 1923. [Copy in Dr. Barton's Papers, Scone and Upper Hunter Historical Society Archives, Scone].

Northern New State Movement, Official Report of proceedings of the Second Convention held in the Town Hall, Armidale on June 5, 6 and 7, 1923, Leader Print, Tamworth [Copy in the W.T. Seaward Papers, Scone and Upper Hunter Historical Society Archives].

O'Hara, J.B., 'The Entry Into Public Life of Sir Earle Christmas Grafton Page (1915-1921)', BA (Hons) thesis, University of New England, 1969.

O'Hara, J.B., 'A Doctor in the House: Earle Page 1915-1920', Armidale and District Historical Society, Journal and Proceedings, No.14, April 1971, pp.87-99.

O'Hara, R.L., 'The Influence of the Moreton Bay Separation Movement in New England and Clarence 1850-1862', BA (Hons) thesis, University of New England, 1967.

O'Hara, R.L., 'The Influence of the Moreton Bay Separation Movement in New England and the Clarence.' Armidale and District Historical Society, Journal and Proceedings, No.11, December 1968, pp.2-19.

Page, E and others, A New State: Proposed Separation of Northern New South Wales. The Case for Separation, Examiner Print, Grafton, 1915.

Page, E., Honesty Security: A Frank Statement of Country party Policy. The Policy Speech delivered by the Rt. Hon. Earle Page, P.C., M.H.R. Leader of the Australian Country Party at Sydney, November 30th, 1931, Australian Country Party Bureau of Publicity, Information and Research. Sydney 1931. [Mitchell Library].

Page, E., The Issue of the Hour, Federalism V. Unification. Decentralisation V. Centralisation. Local Self-Government or an Industrial Dictatorship. The Country Party. Sydney, [1931?]. [Mitchell Library].

Page, E., Truant Surgeon, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1963.

Richmond, K., 'The New England New State Movement: Electoral Activity in 1968 and 1971', Armidale and District Historical Society, Journal and Proceedings, No.23, March 1980, pp.95-111.

Scone and District Committee, United Country Movement, United Country Movement: As it stands today, "Scone Advocate" Print, Scone. [no date, but almost certainly towards the end of 1932. Copy in W.T. Seaward Papers, Scone and Upper Hunter Historical Society Archives].

Sommerlad, E.C. (Compiler), Australia Subdivided. The First New State, "Examiner" Printing Works, Glen Innes, December 1920.

Swan, K., 'The Middle Reaches since 1900', H.J. Frith and G. Sawer (eds), The Murray Waters, Man, Nature and a River System. Proceedings of a Symposium Organised by the Australian Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, The Australian Academy of Humanities, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1974, pp.124-139.

Tapp, E.J., 'The Colonial Origins of the New England New State Movement', Royal Australian Historical Society Journal, Vol.49, pt.3, November 1963, pp.205-221.

Thompson, V.C., (with a foreword by Earle Page) The New State embracing Northern New South Wales, "Daily Observer" Tamworth Print, Tamworth 1920. [Copy in W.T. Seaward Papers, Scone and Upper Hunter Historical Society Archives].

Thompson, V.C., Brief History of Movement in North and elsewhere: New States, issued by Northern Central Executive, April 1929. [Copy in Page Papers, National Library MS1633/2146/9. Date and authorship given by supporting papers].

Thompson, V.C., 'New States In Australia' The Australian Quarterly, Vol.1, No.3, September 1929, pp.47-53.

Wade, M., (ed), Regionalism in the Canadian Community, 1867-1967, University of Toronto Press, 1969.

White, H.F., Separation: The Case for New England, Armidale Express Print, Armidale [no date, but almost certainly 1931].

Woolmington, E.R., 'The Geographical Scope of Support for the New State Movement in Northern New South Wales', PhD thesis, University of New England, 1963.

Woolmington, E.R., A spatial approach to the measurement of support for the Separatist Movement in Northern New South Wales, Monograph Series No.2, Department of Geography, University of New England, 1966.

Woolmington, E.R., Symptons of Underdevelopment in Northern New South Wales, Research Series in Applied Geography - No.8, Department of Geography, University of New England, Armidale 1968.

9. POLITICAL ACTIVITY: GENERAL

Aitkin, D., Stability and Change in Australian Politics, Australian National University Press, Canberra, 1978.

Amos, K., The New Guard Movement 1931-1935, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, 1976.

Anderson, H.R., 'The Constitutional Framework', S.R. Davis (ed), The Government of the Australian States, Longmans, London, 1960, pp.1-53.

Australian Industries Development Association, 'AIDA - The History' Australian Industries Development Association Bulletin No.341, June 1982, pp.7-9.

Australian Institute of Political Science (John Wilkes editor), Liberty in Australia, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1955.

Baker, H.S., 'The Premiers' Conference', The Australian Quarterly, No.21, March 1934, pp.16-22.

Bernarys, C.A., Queensland Politics during sixty (1859-1919) Years, Government Printer, Brisbane, [no date].

Board, P., 'Party Spirit in Politics', The Australian Quarterly, Vol.3, No.11, September 1931, pp.65-70.

Campbell, E., The Rallying Point. My Story of the New Guard, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, 1965.

Cooksey, R. (ed), The Great Depression in Australia, Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, Canberra, 1970.

Cramp, K.R., The State and Federal Constitution of Australia, Second edition, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1914.

Crisp, L.F., The Parliamentary Government of the Commonwealth of Australia, Longmans, Green & Co., 2nd Edition, London, 1954.

Crisp, L.F., 'Hell without Sieg', Review of Eric Campbell's The Rallying Point, Australian Book Review, November, 1965, pp.12-13.

Crisp, L.F., The Australian Federal Labor Party 1901-1951, Hale & Iremonger, Sydney, 1978. First published 1955 by Longmans, Green and Co.

Darroch, R., 'The Man Behind Australia's Secret Armies', The Bulletin, Vol.99, No.5106, May 2, 1978, pp.59-65.

Darroch, R., 'The Man Behind Australia's Secret Army', The Bulletin, Vol.101, No.5212, May 20, 1980, pp.58-70.

Davidson, A., The Communist Party of Australia. A Short History, Hoover Institution Studies: 26, Hoover Institution Press, Stanford University, Stanford, California, 1969.

Davis, S.R., (ed), The Government of the Australian States, Longmans, London, 1960.

Eggleston, F.W., 'The Commonwealth Constitution and the Coming Referendum, The Australian Quarterly, Vol.2, No.6, June 1930, pp.15-27.

Else-Mitchell, R., (ed), Essays on the Australian Constitution, The Law Book Co., Sydney, 1952.

Encel, S., Equality and Authority: A Study of Class, Status and Power in Australia, F.W. Cheshire, Melbourne, 1970.

Foott, B., Dismissal of a Premier: The Philip Game Papers, Morgan Publications, Sydney, 1968.

Garran, R.R., The Coming Commonwealth An Australian Handbook of Federal Government, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1897.

Giblin, L.F., The Growth of a Central Bank: The Development of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia 1924-1945, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, 1951.

Greenwood, G., The Future of Australian Federalism. A Commentary on the Working of the Constitution, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1946.

Hall, R., 'The Secret', The National Times, January 23-28, 1978, pp.12-13.

Hall, R., The Secret State, Australia's Spy Industry, Cassell Australia, Stanmore, 1978.

Harvey, P., 'The Reform of the Legislative Council in New South Wales with a consideration of the its implications for the effective resolution of deadlocks in bicameral Parliaments', Litt B thesis, University of New England, 1981.

Hodgins, B.W., Wright, D., and Heik, W.H., Federalism in Canada and Australia: The Early Years, Wilfrid Laurier University Press, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada 1978.

Howard, C., Australia's Constitution, Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, 1978.

Hughes, C.A. and Graham, B.D., Voting for the New South Wales Legislative Assembly 1890-1964, Department of Political Science, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, Canberra, 1975.

Hytten, T., 'The Difficulties of the Small States', The Australian Quarterly, Vol.2, No.7, Sept. 1930, pp.50-60.

Lack, C., Three Decades of Queensland Political History 1929-1960, Government Printer, Brisbane, [1960?].

Lang, J.T., I Remember, Invincible Press, Sydney, 1956.

Lang, J.T., The Great Bust! The Depression of the Thirties, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1962.

Louis, L.J. and Turner, I., The Depression of the 1930s, Cassell Australia, Melbourne, 1968.

Love, P., 'Niemeyer's Australian Diary', Historical Studies, Vol.20, No.79, October 1982, pp.261-277.

Loveday, P. and Martin A.W., Parliament Factions and Parties: The First Thirty Years of Responsible Government in New South Wales, 1856-1889, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1966.

Loveday, P., 'Anti-Political Thought', R. Cooksey (ed), The Great Depression in Australia, Australian Society for the Study of Labor History, Canberra, 1970, pp.129-145.

McCarthy, J., '"All for Australia": Some Right Wing Responses to the Depression in New South Wales 1929-1932', Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, Vol.57, pt.2, June 1971.

Mackinolty, J., (ed), The Wasted Years? Australia's Great Depression, George Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1981.

McQueen, H., A New Britannia: An argument concerning the social origins of Australian radicalism and nationalism, Penguin, (revised edition), 1975.

Mathews, R.L. and Jay, W.R.C., Federal Finance: Intergovernmental Financial Relations in Australia since Federation, Thomas Nelson, Melbourne, 1972.

Mathews, T., 'The All For Australia League', R. Cooksey (ed), The Great Depression in Australia, Australian Society for the Study of Labor History, Canberra, 1970, pp.136-147.

Mayer, H. - with Margaret Bettison and Judy Keeney, ARGAP. A Research Guide to Australian Politics and Cognate Subjects, Cheshire, Melbourne, 1976.

Melbourne, A.C.V., (edited and introduced by R.B. Joyce) Early Constitutional Development in Australia: New South Wales 1788-1856. Queensland 1859-1922 (with notes to 1963 by the Editor), University of Queensland Press, St. Lucia, 1963.

Menzies, R., Central Power in the Australian Commonwealth, Cassell Australia, Melbourne, 1968. (first published Cassell and Co. Ltd., London, 1967).

Miller, J.D.B., The Nature of Politics, Pelican 1971 [first published by Gerald Duckworth 1963].

Mitchell, P., 'Australian Patriots: A Study of the New Guard', Australian Economic History Review, Vol.9, No.2, September 1969, pp.156-178.

Moore, Sir William Harrison. 'Consititutional Development In Australia', The Australian Quarterly, Vol.3, No.10, June 1931, pp.16-35.

Moyes, J.S., 'The Present Temper of Australian Politics and Society', The Australian Quarterly, Vol.3, No.9, March 1931, pp.7-16.

Murphy, D.J. (ed), Labor in Politics: the state labor parties in Australia 1880-1920, University of Queensland Press, St. Lucia, 1975.

Nicholas, H.S., The Australian Constitution: An Analysis, Law Book Co., Sydney, 1948.

Portus, G.V. (ed), Studies in the Australian Constitution, Angus & Robertson in conjunction with the Australian Institute of Political Science, Sydney, 1933.

Quick, J. and Garran, R.R., The Annotated Consitution of the Australian Commonwealth, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1901.

Radi, H. and Spearritt P., (eds) Jack Lang, Hale and Iremonger, Neutral Bay, 1977.

Radi, H., Spearritt, P. and Hinton, E., Biographical Register of the New South Wales Parliament 1901-1970, Australian National University Press, 1979.

Richardson, J.E., Patterns of Australian Federalism, Research Monograph No.1, Centre for Research on Federal Financial Relations, The Australian National University, Canberra, 1973.

Rickard, J., Class and Politics: New South Wales, Victoria and the Early Commonwealth, 1890-1910, Australian National University Press, Canberra, 1976.

Roberts, S.H., 'The Dilemma of the Constitution Commission', The Australian Quarterly, Vol.1, No.4, Dec. 1929, pp.61-73.

Rydon, J., A Biographical Register of the Commonwealth Parliament 1901-1972, Australian National University Press, Canberra, 1975.

Sawer, G., Greenwood, G., Playford, T., McCallum, J.A., Parker, R.S. and Giblin, L.F., Federalism in Australia, F.W. Cheshire in association with the Australian Institute of Political Science, Melbourne, 1949.

Sawer, G., Australian Federal Politics and Law 1901-1929, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, 1956.

Schedvin, C.B., Australia and the Great Depression. A Study of Economic Development and Policy in the 1920s and 1930s, Sydney University Press, Sydney, 1970.

Turner, I., Industrial Labour and Politics. The Labour Movement in Eastern Australia 1900-1921, The Australian National University, Canberra, 1965.

Turner, K., House of Review? The New South Wales Legislative Council 1934-1968, Sydney University Press, Sydney, 1969.

Waterson, D.B., A Biographical Register of the Queensland Parliament 1860-1929, Australian National University Press, Canberra, 1972.

Weller, P., Caucus Minutes 1901-1949 Minutes of the Meetings of the Federal Parliamentary Labor Party, 3 Vols. 1 (1901-1917), 2 (1917-1931), 3 (1932-1949), Melbourne University Press, Carlton, 1975.

Weller, P. and Lloyd, B., Federal Executive Minutes 1915-1955. Minutes of the Meetings of the Federal Executive of the Australian Labor Party, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, 1978.

10. EDUCATION

Austin, A.G., George William Rusden and National Education in Australia 1849-1862, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, 1958.

Austin, A.G., Australian Education 1788-1900: Church, State and Public Education in Colonial Australia, 2nd edition, Sir Issac Pitman & Sons, Melbourne, 1965.

Austin, A.G. and Selleck, R.J.W., The Australian Government School 1830-1914: Select Documents with Commentary, Pitman Pacific Books, Carlton, 1975.

Barcan, A., A Short History of Education in New South Wales, Martindale Press, Sydney, 1965.

Barcan, A., A History of Australian Education, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1980.

Belshaw, J.D., 'David Henry Drummond 1927-1941: A case study in the Politics and Education', Armidale and District Historical Society Journal and Proceedings, No.26, March 1983, pp.45-71.

Bessant, B. and Spaull, A.D., Politics of Schooling, Pitman Pacific Books, Carlton, 1976.

Boyle, Edward and Crosland, Anthony, in conversation with Maurice Kogan, The Politics of Education, Penguin Education Special, Penguin, Harmondsworth 1971.

Browne, G.S. (ed), Education in Australia, Macmillan, London, 1927.

Browne, R.K. and Simpkins, W.S., (eds), Social Science Perspectives on Australian Education, Macmillan, South Melbourne, 1972.

British Association for the Advancement of Science, New South Wales Committee, Handbook for New South Wales, Edward Lee & Co., Sydney, 1914.

Chatswood-Willoughby School of Arts. Thirty Second Annual Report and Financial Statement for the Year ended 30th June 1936, Sydney 1936. [Deals with Free Library Movement: copy in Mitchell Library].

Cleverley, J.F., The First Generation School and Society in Early Australia, Sydney University Press, Sydney, 1971.

Cleverley, J. and Lawry, J. (eds), Australian Education in the Twentieth Century, Longman Australia, 1972.

Cooke, G., 'Public Opinion, Political Activity and Ministerial Influence in Education, N.S.W., 1873-1941' MEd (Hons) thesis, University of Sydney, 1967.

Crane, A.R. and Walker, W.G. Peter Board. His Contribution to the Development of Education in New South Wales, Australian Council for Educational Research, Melbourne, 1957.

Cunningham, K.S., McIntyre, G.A. and Radford, W.C., Review of Education in Australia, 1938, Australian Council for Educational Research, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1939.

Cunningham, K.S. and Pratt, J.J. (eds) Review of Education in Australia, 1939, Australian Council for Educational Research, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1940.

Darlington, R., 'Political Socialisation in New South Wales Government Schools from 1914-1939', MA thesis, Macquarie University, 1981.

Davies, E.S., Libraries and Citizenship. Extracts from a Public Lecture delivered at Canberra under the auspices of the New Educational Fellowship. Free Library Movement, Sydney, 1937. [Mitchell Library].

Elphick, E.S., 'Armidale Teachers' College: Its Background, Foundation and Early Years', Litt B thesis, University of New England, 1972.

Elphick, E.S., 'The Early Years of Armidale Teachers' College, Armidale and District Historical Society Journal and Proceedings, No.22, March 1979, pp.1-17.

Elphick, E.S., 'Howard Hinton - The Man and His Collection', Armidale and District Historical Society Journal and Proceedings, No.23, March 1980, pp.51-72.

Goodman, R., Secondary Education in Queensland 1860-1900, Australian National University Press, Canberra, 1968.

Gratton, C.H., Libraries: A Necessity for Democracy, The Free Library Movement, Sydney, 1938. [Mitchell Library].

Griffiths, D.C., Documents on the Establishment of Education in New South Wales 1789-1880, Australian Council for Educational Research, Melbourne, 1957.

Harman, G.S., Research in the politics of education 1973-1978. An international review and bibliography, Education Research Unit, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, Canberra, 1979.

Hyams, B.K. and Bessant, B., Schools for the People? An Introduction to the History of State Education in Australia, Longman Australia, Camberwell, 1972.

Kandel, I.L., The Free Library Movement and its Implications, the Free Library Movement, Sydney 1937. [Mitchell Library].

Mackay, R.W.G., 'The Examinations Systems in the Primary and Secondary Schools', The Australian Quarterly, Vol.1, No.3, September 1929, pp.121-131.

Mackie, A., 'Secondary Education', The Australian Quarterly, Vol.3, No.9, March 1931, pp.60-69.

Maclaine, A.G., Australian Education: Progress, Problems and Prospects, Ian Novak, Sydney, 1975.

Middleton, N. and Weitzman S., A Place for Everyone: A history of state education from the end of the 18th century to the 1970s, Victor Gollancz, London 1976 [deals with the British Experience].

Mitchell, B., 'The Silent and Politically Neutral Teachers of New South Wales', Armidale and District Historical Society, Journal and Proceedings, No.15, December 71 - January 72, pp.92-99.

Mitchell, B., Teachers, Education and Politics: A History of Organisations of Public School Teachers in New South Wales, Queensland University Press, St. Lucia, 1975.

Mitchell, B., 'Origins of the New England University College', Armidale and District Historical Society, Journal and Proceedings, No.25, March 1982, pp.115-132.

Munn, R. and Pitt, E.R., (with an introduction by Frank Tate), Australian Libraries. A Survey of Conditions and Suggestions for their Improvement, Australian Council of Educational Research, Melbourne, 1935.

Murray, M., 'The Examination System'. The Australian Quarterly, Vol.2, No.6, June 1930, pp.83-90.

Newling, C.P., The Long Day Wanes, L.F. Keller, Hunters Hill, 1973.

Remington, G.C., The Free Library Movement, New Century Press, Sydney, 1937.

Remington, G.C. and Metcalfe, J., The Free Library Movement: 1935-1945. New Century Press, Sydney, 1945.

Robson, L.C., 'Secondary Education', The Australian Quarterly, No.23, September 1934, pp.31-40.

Smith, S.H. and Spaull, G.T., History of Education in New South Wales (1788-1925), George B. Philip & Son, Sydney, [1925?].

The Free Library Movement, Constitution of the Free Library Movement With an Introductory Note and A Model Branch Condition, Second Edition, Free Library Movement, Sydney 1936. [Mitchell Library].

The Free Library Movement (NSW), First Annual Report of the Free Library Movement held on 27th March 1936 in the Dixson Galley of the Mitchell Library Building, Macqaarie [sic] Street Sydney at 8pm, Typescript. Free Library Movement, Sydney, 1936 [Mitchell Library].

The Free Library Movement (NSW), Report of Council of the Free Library Movement Presented at the Second Annual General Meeting of the Free Library Movement, The Free Library Movement, Sydney, 1937. [Mitchell Library].

The Free Library Movement (Victoria), Free Public Libraries, The Free Library Movement, Melbourne, 1937. [Mitchell Library].

The Free Library Movement, Constitution of the Free Library Movement with an Introductory Note and Model Branch Constitution, Third Edition, Sydney, 1938, Free Library Movement. [Mitchell Library].

The Free Library Movement, The Free Library Movement in New South Wales, Report of the Council for the Year ended March 31, 1938. The Free Library Movement, Sydney, 1939. [Mitchell Library].

The Free Library Movement (Newcastle Branch), Report of the Committee of the Free Library Movement of New South Wales, Newcastle Branch, to be presented at the Annual Meeting to be held on 9th February, 1939, at the City Hall, Newcastle, Roneo, Newcastle, 1939. [Mitchell Library].

The Free Library Movement, Report of Council to the Members at the Fourth Annual General Meeting held on Wednesday, 26th April, 1939, at 8pm in the Manufacturers' House, 12 O'Connell Street, Sydney, Roneo, Free Library Movement, Sydney, 1939. [Mitchell Library].

Turner, Naomi, Sinews of Sectarian Warfare? State Aid in New South Wales 1836-1862, Australian National University Press, Canberra, 1972.

Waddington, D.M., Radford, W.C., Keats, J.A., Review of Education in Australia 1940-1948, Australian Council for Educational Research, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1950.

11. CHILD WELFARE

In addition to the references concerning the child welfare system, this section also includes references relating to social welfare and the history of childhood and family life.

Browne, R.G. (ed), Children Australia, George Allen & Unwin, North Sydney, 1980.

Carney, T., 'All Responsibility and No Care', Australian Child and Family Welfare, Vol.1, No.3, September, 1976, pp.23-29.

Davey, C.M., Children and their Law-Makers. A social historical survey of the growth and development from 1836 to 1950 of the South Australian laws relating children, Published by author [?], Adelaide, 1956.

Dickey, B., 'Charity in N.S.W., 1850-1914, Outdoor relief to the Aged and the Destitute', Royal Australian Historical Society Journal, Vol.52, Pt.1, March 1966, pp.9-32.

Govan, E.S.L., 'Public And Private Responsibility In Child Welfare in New South Wales 1788-1887', PhD thesis, The University of Chicago, December, 1951.

Grabosky, P.N., Sydney in ferment: crime dissent and official reaction, 1788 to 1973, Australian National University Press, Canberra, 1977.

Hareven, T.K., Transitions. The Family and the Life Course in Historical Perspectives, Academic Press, New York, 1978.

Hicks, R.H., 'Public and Voluntary Child Welfare Services in New South Wales', International Child Welfare Review, Vol.XIV, No.20, 1960, pp.44-58.

Horsburgh, M., 'The Apprenticing of Dependent Children in New South Wales between 1850 and 1885', Journal of Australian Studies, No.7, November 1980, pp.33-54.

Jaggs, D., 'Committee of Enquiry into Child Law Services in Victoria', Australian Child and Family Welfare, Vol.1, February 1976, pp.39-40.

Jamrozik, A., 'Accountability: who is responsible for the Child's Future', Australian Child and Family Welfare, Vol.1, No.3, September 1976, pp.30-35.

Judge, C. and Emmerson, R., 'Some Children at Risk in Victoria in the 19th Century', Australian Child and Family Welfare, Vol.1, No.5, March 1977, pp.7-8.

Kewley, T.H., Social Security in Australia: The development of Social Security and Health Benefits from 1900 to the present, Sydney, University Press, Sydney, 1965.

Litherland, J.C., The Law Relating to Child Welfare Affiliations & Adoptions (Child Welfare Act, 1939) with Annotations, Regulations and Forms made under the Child Welfare Act, 1939, and Rules and Forms made by the Supreme Court of N.S.W. for use in Adoption Proceedings, Law Book Co., Sydney, 1940.

McLaren J., 'Who Speaks for the Child', Australian Children and Family Welfare, Vol.1, No.3, September 1976, pp.36-40.

Mendelsohn, R., The Condition of the People: Social Welfare in Australia 1900-1975, George Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1979.

Oxenburry, R.B., 'Children - their status in the community and the approach to child welfare'; Australian Child and Family Welfare, Vol.1, No.1, February, 1976, pp.10-13.

Picton, C. and Boss, P., Child Welfare in Australia: An Introduction, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Group (Australia), Sydney, 1981.

Ritter, A.L., 'Concepts and Treatment of Juvenile Delinquency in Nineteenth Century England, New South Wales and South Australia'. MA (Hons) thesis, University of New England, 1974.

Sanson-Fisher, R., 'The Case Against Juvenile Corrective Institutions', Australian Social Work, Vol.31, No.4, December 1978, pp.7-13.

Stone, L., The Family, Sex and Marriage in England 1500-1800, Abridged edition, Penguin, Harmondsworth, 1979.

Tierney, L.J., 'Child Welfare in Retrospect', in R.J. Lawrence (ed), Australian Children 1972: The Welfare Spectrum, Proceedings of the Australian Child Care Conference, Monash University, Melbourne, February 20-25, 1972. Children's Welfare Association of Victoria, Melbourne, 1972, pp.11-16.

Williamson, N., 'Hymns, Songs and Blackguard Verses: Life in the Industrial and Reformatory School for Girls in New South Wales, Part 1, 1867 to 1887', Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, Vol.67, Pt.4, March 1982, pp.375-387.

12. BIOGRAPHY

Aitkin, D., 'Writing Political Biography', in D. Dufty, G. Harman, K. Swan (eds), Historians at Work: Investigating and Recreating the Past, Hicks Smith & Sons, Sydney, 1973.

Davies, A.F., Skills, outlooks and passions. A psychoanalytic contribution to the study of politics, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1980.

Evatt, H.V., William Holman: Australian Labor Leader, Famous Australian Lives. Abridged Edition, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1979. [First published Angus & Robertson, 1940].

Fitzhardinge, L.F., The Little Digger 1914-1952, Vol.11 of William Morris Hughes: A Political Biography, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1979.

Greven, P., The Protestant Temperament: Patterns of Child-Rearing, Religious Experience and the Self in Early America, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1977.

Hazelhurst, C., Menzies Observed, George Allen & Unwin, Hornsby, 1979.

Kiernan, C., Caldwell: A Personal and Political Biography, Thomas Nelson, West Melbourne, 1978.

La Nauze, J.A., Alfred Deakin: A Biography, Famous Australian Lives Edition, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1979. [First published, 2 volumes, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1965].

Martin, A.W., Henry Parkes: A Biography, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, 1980.

Reynolds, J., Edmund Barton, Famous Lives Edition, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1979. [First published Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1948].

Sekuless, P., Jessie Street: A Rewarding but Unrewarded Life, University of Queensland Press, St. Lucia, 1978.

Shelston, A., Biography, Methuen & Co., London, 1977.

13. GENERAL

Adam, F. (revised by Sir Thomas Innes of Learney), The Clans, Septs and Regimentos of the Scottish Highlands, 4th edition, W. & K. Johnston, Edinburgh, 1952.

Adam-Smith, P., The Anzacs, Thomas Nelson Australia, West Melbourne, 1978.

Astbury, L., 'Frederick McCubbin: The Spirit of the Pioneers'. A Bicentennial History Bulletin for the study of Australian history centred on the year 1888, Bulletin No.7, April 1981, pp.26-58.

Barnard, M., Sydney: The Story of a City, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1956.

Bean, C.E.W., 'The Australian Imperial Force in France 1917', Vol.IV, The Official History of Australia in the War of 1914-1918, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1933.

Belshaw, J. and Benjamin, N., 'Pacific Trade Liberalisation: Prospects for Australia', Bureau of Industry Economics Discussion Paper, March 1983.

Birch, A. and Macmillan, D.S., The Sydney Scene 1788-1960, Melbourne University Press, 1962.

Blackton, C.S., 'Australian Nationality and Nationalism, 1850-1900', Historical Studies, Vol.9, No.36, May 1961, pp.351-367.

Bland, F.A., Budget Control: An Introduction to the Financial System of New South Wales, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1931.

Blainey, G., The Tyranny of Distance: How Distance Shaped Australia's History, Sun Books, South Melbourne, 1966.

Boulding, K., The Image: Knowledge in Life and Society, Ann Arbor, 1956.

Broomhill, Ray, Unemployed Workers. A Social History of the Great Depression Adelaide, University of Queensland Press, St. Lucia, 1978.

Buchan, J., John Macnab, Hodder and Stoughton edition, [no date, first published July 1925].

Butlin, N.G., Australian Domestic Product, Investment and Foreign Borrowing 1861-1938/39, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1962.

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This post completes my story of the early life of the New England Leader David Henry Drummond. You will find a full list of posts here.

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