Discussions on the history and historiography of Australia's New England
Thursday, September 30, 2010
Wednesday, September 01, 2010
The graphic shows visits (yellow) plus page views (yellow plus red) to this blog over the year ending August 2010. That is a very big increase. As I recorded in Blog visits take off, something of the same thing happened on the New England Australia blog. I think that its connected with the present increase in issues New England.
Looking now at reader interests, the top ten posts on this blog over the last month were:
- Hunter Valley Aboriginal Groups 144 page views
- Drummond's life 10 - bibliography 110 page views
- Geography of New England - Introduction 77 page views
- Drummond's life 9 - the growing shadows: public life 1936-1942 60 page views
- New England Australia - Hunter River catchment map 56 page views
- Anaiwan or Nganyaywana entry page 50 page views
- NSW Aboriginal Languages Map 46 page views
- New England Australia - Clarence River catchment map 35 page views
- Drummond's life 5 - The Minister: 1927-1929 27 page views
- Impact of State Boundaries on Aboriginal Language Groups 25 page views
I know that I need to update some of the earlier but still popular posts. I have been hesitating simply because its such a large job!