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McConnel, Katie (2009) A palace for His Excellency: Queensland's Old Government House. Australian Heritage, Spring 16-18. 39  
McConnel, Katie (2006) Brisbane: An 'earthly paradise' of 'utmost dread' 1824-1842. Australian Heritage, 5 29-34. 32  
McConnel, K. (2001) Brisbane: The key to Federation?. Brisbane History Group, 18: 2-10. 32  
McConnel, Katherine (2009). Celebrating and commemorating Royalty at Queensland's 'magnificant palace' - Old Government House. In: Australian Historical Association Conference, Sunshine Coast University, (). July 2009. 27  
McConnel, Katherine (2007). "Dangerous Gales Likely": Queensland's 'weather prophet' Clement Wragge. In: Queensland Connection Series, Queensland Museum, (). 6 June 2007. 51  
McConnel, Katie (1998). Graphic impressions of Sir Samuel Griffith as depicted in the political cartoons of the early 1890s. In John Kerr (Ed.), Griffith, the law and the Australian Constitution (pp. 69-unknown) Brisbane, Qld, Australia: Royal Historical Society of Queensland. 16  
McConnel, Katherine (2006) Orderly radical hoarders: The Fryer Library's Radical Politics Collection on show at the Museum of Brisbane. Fryer Folios, 1 1: 3-5. 49 19
McConnel, Katherine Our Federation 1901: Brisbane through the news. Kelvin Grove, Qld, Australia: Brisbane History Group, 2002. 35  
McConnel, Katherine (2006). 'Our wayward and backward sister colony': Queensland and the Australian federation movement, 1859-1901 PhD Thesis, School of History, Philosophy, Religion, and Classics, University of Queensland. 308 921
McConnel, Katherine, Beasley, Joanna and Denoon, Louise (2007) Past and present collide: Bringing together the Mueseum of Brisbane's exhibition Taking to the Streets: Two Decades That Changed Brisbane, 1965-1985. Queensland Review, 14 1: 1-10. 56  
McConnel, Katherine (2009). Restoring and Interpreting Old Government House. In: University of Queensland History Seminar, University of Queensland Brisbane, Australia, (). 2 April 2009. 20  
McConnel, Katherine (1999) 'Separation is from the devil while Federation is from heaven': The separation question and Federation in Queensland. The New Federalist, 4 14-21. 21  
McConnel, Katherine (2009) The centrepiece of colonial Queensland's celebration and commemoration of Royalty and Empire: Government House, Brisbane. Queensland Review, 16 2: 15-28. 27  
McConnel, Katherine (2009). The complexities of Sir George Ferguson Bowen. In: Separating Queensland in 1858: Eventualities, Personalities and Urbanities Conference, Brisbane, (). August 2009. 33  
McConnell, K. (2004) The Federal movement and provincialism 1850s-1880s. University of Queensland Historical Proceedings, 15 1: 11-33. 46  
McConnel, K. and Saunders, K. E. (2002). The men behind Pauline Hanson: Problematic masculinity and Queensland politics. In Sharyn Pearce and Vivienne Muller (Ed.), Manning the next millennium: Studies in masculinities (pp. 225-237) Perth, Australia: Black Swan Press. 80  
McConnel, K. (2002) The People's Stories: Queensland and Federation. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum Cultural Heritage Studies, 2 2: 161-169. 35  
McConnel, Katherine (2006). The Problematic, the positive and the pecular: Public Responses to Taking to the Streets: Two Decades that Changed Brisbane, 1965-1985. In: History Research Seminar, University of Queensland Brisbane, Australia, (). August 2006. 25  
Mc-Connel, K. and Saunders, K. E. (2000) 'The Question of the day!': The maintenance of racial rhetoric in Queensland, Australia: William Lane and Pauline Hanson as racial ideologues. Migrants and Minorities, 19 3: 45-66. 52