A finger on the pulse : analysis of site location patterns in subcoastal southeast Queensland

Lilley, Ian A. (1982). A finger on the pulse : analysis of site location patterns in subcoastal southeast Queensland M.A. Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland.

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Author Lilley, Ian A.
Thesis Title A finger on the pulse : analysis of site location patterns in subcoastal southeast Queensland
School, Centre or Institute School of Social Science
Institution The University of Queensland
Publication date 1982
Thesis type M.A. Thesis
Total pages 199
Language eng
Subjects 210301 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History
Keyword Aboriginal Australians -- Queensland -- Antiquities
Aboriginal Australians -- Queensland -- History
Additional Notes This study has been uaidertaken essentially as a contribution to social history, to the exploration of facets of the Catholic sub-population in Queensland over the years 1910 to 1935. It is not an ecclesiastical history, nor a political or economic one, though considerations of prior concern for each such history impinge centrally on its subject matter. It will be argued that around both the years 1910 and 1935 new kinds of consciousness were emerging, both v/ithin the Church in Queensland and in its wider environment. This interval has been seen, therefore, as a unit permitting of a degree of discrete study.

 
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