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#18855 - The Gathering of Tribunes and Oligarchs: Delegates to the Australasian Federal Convention 1897-98

Resource ID
18855
Title/subtitle
The Gathering of Tribunes and Oligarchs: Delegates to the Australasian Federal Convention 1897-98
Author/Creator
Bannon, John
Format
Journal article
Identifier
Joseph Palmer Abbott, Richard Chaffey Baker, Edmund Barton, Graham Berry, Edward Nicholas Coventry Braddon, Henry Briggs, Nicholas John Brown, James Nixon Brunker, Alice Burnett, Alice Carruthers, Joseph H Carruthers, Matthew John Clarke, John Alexander Cockburn, Alice Cohen, Frederick Thomas Crowder, Alfred Deakin, Henry Dobson, Adye Douglas, Elizabeth Downer, John William Downer, Abigail Dynon, John Forrest, Simon Fraser, Philip Oakley Fysh, Abigail Glynn, Patrick McMahon Glynn, John Hannah Gordon, Charles Henry Grant, John Winthrop Hackett, Albert Young Hassell, Andrew Harriot Henning, John Henry, Henry B Higgins, Alice Holder, Frederick William Holder, Julia Holder, James Henderson Howe, Illingworth, Isaac Isaacs, Rebecca Isaacs, Walter Hartwell James, Charles Kingston, George Leake, James George Lee Steere, Neil Elliot Lewis, William Thorley Loton, William Lyne, William McMillan, William Moore, Patrick Moran, Rosa Morgan, Richard Edward O'Connor, Oldham, Henry Parkes, Alexander James Peacock, Frederick Henry Piesse, John Quick, George Huston Reid, Frederick Sargood, Robert Frederick Sholl, Vaiben Louis Solomon, Catherine Helen Spence, Josiah Henry Symon, John Howard Taylor, William Arthur Trenwith, George Turner, RosaTurner, Harry Whittal Venn, James Thomas Walker, Bernard Wise, William Austin Zeal, Ephraim Zox, 1891 Sydney Convention, Australasian Federal Convention 1891, Australian Natives Association.
Federal Council of Australasia, Federation Leagues, Hobart Premiers Conference 1895, Melbourne Conference 1890, National Australasian Convention, Sydney Convention 1883, Womens Christian Temperance Union
Summary
Seventh Nan Phillips Memorial Lecture and part of the Federation series.
Location
Journals