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#21518 - Federation lecture. "The Freest Spirt of Australasian Democracy": The 1899 Constitutional Bill Referenda in New South and Queensland

Resource ID
21518
Title/subtitle
Federation lecture. "The Freest Spirt of Australasian Democracy": The 1899 Constitutional Bill Referenda in New South and Queensland
Author/Creator
Saunders, Kay
Format
Journal article
Identifier
Australian Federation (1901), Referenda - Australia, 1899 Constitutional Bill, 1897-8 Convention, Corowa Conference 1893, Australian Constitution, Federal League, Federal Association, Queensland Federation League, Anti-Constitutional Bill League, All Party Federation League, Australian Natives Association, Newspapers - Queensland, Australasian Federation League, Mackay Anti-Bill League, Pioneer River Farmers Association, Australian Labor Federation, Republicanism, Charters Towers Anti-Bill League, Alfred Deakin, Sir Edmund Barton, J.G, Drake, James Dickson, Hugh Nelson, Sir Samuel Griffith, John Murtagh Macrossan, John La Nauze, George Huston Reid, William Hamilton, Charles McDonald, William Kidston, Boyd Morehead, John Dunsford, Anderson Dawson, George Jackson, Andrew Thynne, William Maxwell, William Browne, E.M.Long, A.S.Cowley, John Ewen Davidson, H.B.Black, David Dalrymple, Glenn Rhodes, Joseph Lesina, George Ryland, John Hoolan, Senator Thomas Givens, J.V.Chataway, Arthur Morgan Warwick, A.J.Stephenson, W.H.Groom, J.F.Forde, Arthur Rutledge, E.M.Lilley, A.G.C.Hawthorne, Ross Johnston, Geoffrey Bolton, G.S.Curtin, Glenn Lewis, Dr.John Quick, Atlee Hunt, Anderson Dawson, Sir John Forrest, William Guy Higgs, Duncan Waterson, Robert Philp, Andrew Lang Petrie, William Thorne, Sir Thomas McIlwraith, Rosemary Pringle, Professor, L.F.Crisp, Helen Irving, L.E.Fredman, W.G.McMinn, John Waterson, John C. Bannon, Patricia Hewett, R.Norris, R.S.Parker, H.L.Hall, A.B.Piddington, Sir Robert Garran, Bernard Wise,
Summary
This lecture was given by Dr Kay Saunders AM Reader in History at the University of Queensland in the Senatre Chamber, Old Parliament House on 12 August 1999. It was the seventh in the Canberra & District Historical Societies's series of lectures, begun in 1989, commemorating the centenary of the major events leading to Federaqtion. This lecture commemorated the second referendum held over several months in 1899, the vote being held on 29 April in South Australia, 20 June in New South Wales, 27 July in Victoria and Tasmania and 2 September in Queensland
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