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Terry, Linda Mary (2014). A Woman's Place... An historical archaeological investigation of identity and power on the nineteenth-century pastoral landscape of south east Queensland PhD Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. doi:10.14264/uql.2014.453 127 229 0
Terry, Linda and Prangnell, Jonathan (2009) Caboonbah Homestead 'Big Rock' or 'Little Britain': A study of Britishness in late 19th and early 20th century rural Queensland. Australasian Historical Archaeology, 27 99-110. 244  
Terry, Linda (2013) Caboonbah: the archaeology of a middle class Queensland pastoral family. International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 17 3: 569-589. doi:10.1007/s10761-013-0234-1 28   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 1
Prangnell, Jonathan, Murphy, Karen, Smith, Tam and Terry, Linda (2008) Cultural heritage report for the proposed northern link project. The University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit Report 423b, Archaeological Services Unit, University of Queensland. 74  
Prangnell, Jonathan, Murphy, Karen, Smith, Tam and Terry, Linda (2008) Existing cultural heritage environment report for the proposed northern link project. The University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit Report 423, Archaeological Services Unit, University of Queensland. 33  
Prangnell, Jonathan and Terry, Linda (2008) Potential cultural heritage impacts and mitigation measures for the proposed northern link project. The University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit Report 423a, Archaeological Services Unit, University of Queensland. 27  
Prangnell, Jonathan and Terry, Linda (2008) The Brisbane city CBD archaeological plan: phase 1. The University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit Report 432a, Archaeological Services Unit, University of Queensland. 58