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Harrison, Jennifer (2013) 'Adopting a regular system of prison discipline': Moreton Bay and 1820s Penal Settlements in the 'Plan of Punishment'. Queensland History Journal, 21 12: 809-818. 49 3
Harrison, Jennifer (2006) (Book Review) Australia In Focus: Photographs in the National Archives. Australian Journal Of Politics And History, 52 1: 134-135. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8497.2006.00412a.x 50   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Harrison, Jennifer (2000) (Book Review) Finding Families: The Guide to the National Archives of Australia for Genealogists. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 46 1: 126-127. doi:10.1111/1467-8497.00089 35   0 0
Harrison, Jennifer (1999) (Book Review) Historical Records of Australia: Resumed Series III, Despatches and Papers Relating to the History of Tasmania. Volume VII. Tasmania, January-December 1828. Australian Journal of Politics & History, 45 1: 119-119. doi:10.1111/1467-8497.00059 67   0
Harrison, Jennifer (2014) (Book Review) Historical Records of Australia, Resumed Series III Despatches and papers relating to the history of Tasmania, Volume X, January-December 1831. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 60 1: 130-131. doi:10.1111/ajph.12050 25 1 0 0
Harrison, Jennifer (2003) (Book Review) Kingdoms in Crisis: Ireland in the 1640s. Australian Journal of Politics & History, 49 3: 459-460. doi:10.1111/1467-8497.00299 44   0 0
Harrison, Jennifer (2004) (Book Review)Robert Emmet and the Rebellion of 1798 And Robert Emmet and the Rising of 1803. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 50 3: 453-454. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8497.2004.00347.x 51   0
Harrison, Jennifer (2006) (Book Reviews) A Nation’s Imagination: Australia’s Copyright Records, 1854-1968. Australia In Focus: Photographs in the National Archives. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 52 1: 134-135. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8497.2006.00412a.x 42   0
Harrison, Jennifer (2006) (Book Reviews) Ulster and Scotland 1600-2000 history, language and identity And Ulster–New Zealand Migration and Cultural Transfers.. Australian Journal Of Politics And History, 52 3: 506-508. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8497.2006.00431.x 57   0 0
Harrison, Jennifer (2008) Book review: The Irish General Thomas Francis Meagher. By Paul R. Wylie (Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 2007). Australian Journal of Politics and History, 54 1: 161-162. 115   0
Harrison, Jennifer (2006) (Book Review) Ulster and Scotland 1600-2000 History, Language and Identity by W Kelly and J R Young. (Book Review) Ulster–New Zealand Migration and Cultural Transfers by B Patterson. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 52 3: 506-508. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8497.2006.00431.x 59   0
Harrison, Jennifer (2004) (Book Review) William Smith O’Brien and the Young Ireland Rebellion of 1848. Australian Journal of Politics & History, 50 1: 138-139. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8497.2004.00327.x 35   0
Harrison, J. (2005) Brenan, John O’Neill (1856 - 1940) in C. Cunneen, J. Roe, B. Kingston and S. Garton (eds.) Australian Dictionary of Biography. Melbourne, Australia: Melbourne University Publishing 52  
Harrison, Jennifer (2010) Colonial immigration to Queensland. Queensland Historical Atlas, . 7  
Harrison, Jennifer (2010) Convict Brisbane. Queensland Historical Atlas, . 8  
Harrison, Jennifer (2009). Days of our lives, preserving our own life stories. In: Vivienne M Parker, 12th Australasian Congress on Genealogy & Heraldry. Preserving the past for the future, Auckland, (105-111). 16 - 19 January 2009. 56  
Harrison, Jennifer (2009). Echoes of the past time: Miss Lord and Brisbane's historic homes. In: Journeys through Queensland history: Landscape, place and society. Proceedings of the Professional Historians Association (Queensland) conference, Brisbane. Marking the sesquicentenary of Queensland 1859-2009. Professional Historians Association Queensland Conference, St Lucia, Queensland, Australia, (137-146). 3-4 September, 2009. 193 777
Harrison, Jennifer (2002). From Youghal Harbour to Moreton Bay: in Uniacke's wake. In: L. de Paor, M. O'Connor and R. Reece, Australian Journal of Irish Studies : Remembered Nations, Imagined Republics: Proceedings of the Twelfth Irish-Australian Conference, Galway June 2002. Twelfth Irish-Australian Conference, Galway, Ireland, (7-17). June 2002. 60  
Harrison, J. and Anderson, P. (2007) Gall, Ian Stuart (1904-1981) in Langmore, D. (eds.) Australian Dictionary of Biography: A-K. Melbourne, Australia: Melbourne University Publishing 89  
Harrison, Jennifer (2013). 'How Shall They Hear Without a Preacher?': Church of England clergymen in the pre-separation Moreton Bay district of New South Wales during the 1840s-1860s. In John Moses (Ed.), Collegial canon: essays in celebration of John Morgan (pp. 43-53) Brisbane, QLD, Australia: University of Queensland Press. 53 12
Harrison, J. (2000) Irish Women in colonial Australia, edited by Trevor McClaughlin. Journal of the Royal Historical Society of Queensland, 17 7: 329-333. 74  
Harrison, J. (2007). It's a Long Way to Tipperary: Seeking Irish Origins in Nineteenth-century Queensland Records. In J. Brownrigg, C. Mongan and R. Reid (Ed.), Echoes of Irish Australia: Rebellion to Republic (pp. 70-79) Galong, Australia: St Clement's Retreat and Conference Centre. 99  
Harrison, J. (2004) Maxwell William Poulter in A. Millar, A. Pyle and J. Poulos (eds.) The Biographical Dictionary of the Australian Senate. Melbourne: Melbourne University 103  
Harrison, Jennifer (2009). More than maps - the Ordnance survey in Ireland. In: Vivienne M Parker, 12th Australasian Congress on Genealogy & Heraldry. Preserving the past for the future, Auckland, (122-129). 16 - 19 January 2009. 34  
Harrison, Jennifer (2013) Mrs Barnfield and the Queen of the Colonies: the 1863 voyage. Queensland History Journal, 22 2: 69-80. 20 7
Harrison, Jennifer (2010). '... not likely to command attention or to conciliate general esteem': the Revd John Vincent, First Clergyman at Moreton Bay 1829. In: Marcus Harmes, Lindsay Henderson and Gillian Colclough, From Augustine to Anglicanism: The Anglican Church in Australia and Beyond. From Augustine to Anglicanism: The Anglican Church in Australia and Beyond, Milton, Qld., Australia, (93-102). 12-14 February 2010. 103 1422
Harrison, Jennifer (1999) Old world famine, new world plenty: The career of Sir Arthur Edward Kennedy. Journal of the Royal Historical Society of Queensland, 17 4: 155-171. 98  
Harrison, Jennifer (2009) Parsons, Publicans and policemen: Defining Brisbane 1860. Queensland History Journal, 20 13: 820-831. 64  
Harrison, Jennifer (2013) ‘Pitchforking Irish coercionists into colonial vacancies’: the case of Sir Henry Blake and the Queensland Governorship. Queensland Review, 20 2: 135-143. doi:10.1017/qre.2013.16 26 7 0
Harrison, J. (2001). Popular Culture: Radio to television in the 1950s. In B. Shaw (Ed.), Brisbane: Relaxation, Recreation and Rock'n'Roll Popular Culture 1890-1990 (pp. 72-83) Brisbane: Brisbane History Group. 46  
Harrison, J. (2003) Review of Ancestors in archives: A guide for family historians to South Australia's government archives. Australian Journal of Politics And History, 49 1: 119-120. doi:10.1111/1467-8497.00286 40   0 0
Harrison, J. (2005) Rigby, Hannah (c. 1794 - 1853) in C. Cunneen, J. Roe, B. Kingston and S. Garton (eds.) Australian Dictionary of Biography. Melbourne, Australia: Melbourne University Publishing 43  
Harrison, Jennifer (2009) Separation Celebrations: Speculation, Anticipation and Observations from 1859 reports. Queensland History Journal, 20 12: 675-685. 38  
Harrison, Jennifer (2009). She only stole a handkerchief - Research recidivist convicts. In: Vivienne M Parker, 12th Australasian Congress on Genealogy & Heraldry. Preserving the past for the future, Auckland, (112-121). 16 - 19 January 2009. 71  
Harrison, J. (2007). Space and the Tropics: Immigration to Colonial Queensland 1860-1901. In N. Hewitt and D. Geary (Ed.), Diaspora(s): Movements and Cultures (pp. 45-54) Nottingham, UK: Critical, Cultural and Communications Press. 98  
Harrison, Jennifer and Steele, J. G. (John Gladstone), 1935- The fell tyrant or the suffering convict: Showing the horrid and dreadful suffering of the convicts of Norfolk Island, and Moreton Bay, our two penal settlements in New South Wales, with the life of the author William R...S. Brisbane, Australia: Royal Historical Society of Queensland, 2003. 256  
Harrison, Jennifer (2014). The forty-niners. In Jennifer Harrison and Barry Shaw (Ed.), Brisbane: Schemes and Dreams. Nineteenth Century Arrivals (pp. 41-53) Kelvin Grove DC, QLD, Australia: Brisbane History Group; Boolarong Press. 20 9
Harrison, Jennifer (2015) The Luck of the Irish: How a Shipload of Convicts Survived the Wreck of the Hive to Make a New Life in Australia.. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 61 1: 135-136. 13   0
Harrison, J. (2007) The Moreton Bay commandants and their families, 1824-1842. Journal of the Royal Historical Society of Queensland, 20 4: 148-158. 116  
Harrison, Jennifer (2013). 'The years are passing overhead and passing dreadful quick': 150th commemorations for Erin Go Bragh arrival at Moreton Bay. In Ciarán Reilly (Ed.), Offaly Heritage 7 (pp. 150-159) Bury Quay, Tullamore, Ireland: Esker Press. 88 21
Harrison, Jennifer (2006) Varieties of vice-regal life (Van Diemen's land section). Australian Journal of Politics and History, 52 1: 133-134. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8497.2006.00412a.x 57   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Harrison, Jennifer (2012). 'Week after week, the eviction and the exodus': Ireland and Moreton Bay, 1848-52. In John Crowley, William J. Smyth and Mike Murphy (Ed.), Atlas of the great Irish famine, 1845-52 (pp. 561-567) Cork, Ireland: Cork University Press. 51 10
Harrison, J. (2003) Without favour or affection: Transported Irish constables, 1823-4. University of Queensland Historical Proceedings, 14 1: 1-11. 73  
Harrison, J. (2003) Without favour or affection: Transported Irish constables 1823-4. Offaly Heritage, 1 77-95. 58