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Australian History

AOS2 - Nation, Race and Citizen

“The Desire that we should be one people, and remain one people, without mixture of other races” ALFRED DEAKIN (PRIMARY)
“The foundation stone of all social reform is the education and enfranchisement of women” ROSE SCOTT (PRIMARY)
White women and men shared: “The conviction that non-white people at present lacked appropriate qualities for citizenship” PATRICIA GRIMSHAW (SECONDARY)
“We want to train our children to be… citizens” WALTER MURDOCH (Academic from Melbourne University – 1908) (PRIMARY)
“In every enlightened community the establishment of old-age pensions is regarded as an ideal whose attainment should be earnestly sought” ATTORNEY GENERAL GROOME (PRIMARY)
“I am human and nothing human is beyond my sphere” VIDA GOLDSTEIN (PRIMARY)
“By 1914 the Labor party had held office in every state.” STUART MACINTYRE (SECONDARY)
Australia, a place of redemption from “the Past with its crashing empires, its falling thrones, its dotard races” WILLIAM LANE (PRIMARY)
“Arbitration was a heroic effort to engineer a system of social and economic fairness” PAUL KELLY (SECONDARY)
“The more young Australians we have the wealthier the country must be” ANDREW FISHER (PRIMARY)
Conciliation and Arbitration Act 1904
Customs Tariff Act 1902
‘New Protection’ 1906
Invalid and Old Age Pension Act 1908
Workmen’s Compensation Act 1912
The Commonwealth Franchise Act 1902
Maternity Allowance Act 1912
Immigration Restriction Act 1901
Pacific Island Labourers Act 1901
Defence Act Amendment 1909
Defence Act 1903
“There is no power in the world like that of women… this most potent constituency we seek to represent, and for their suffrages we sue” - Louisa Lawson
Aboriginals – Section 127 of the Australian Constitution Stated that Aboriginal people were not to be counted in the census
Aboriginals – Section 51 of the Australian Constitution States must take responsibility for Aboriginal people
“The crimson thread of kinship runs through us all” HENRY PARKES (PRIMARY)
“The typical ‘Australian’ is a practical man, rough, and ready in his manners and quick to decry any appearance of affection in others” RUSSEL WARD (SECONDARY)
Golden Summer - Arthur Streeton 1889
Sunlight Sweet Coogee - Arthur Streeton 1890
Clancy of the Overflow - Banjo Patterson 1889
The Man from Snowy River - Banjo Patterson 1890
A Holiday at Mentone - Charles Conder 1888
My Country - Dorothea Mackellar 1908
The Pioneer - Frederick McCubbin 1904
Freedom on the Wallaby - Henry Lawson 1891
The Drover's Wife - Henry Lawson 1901
Bailed Up - Tom Roberts 1895
Shearing the Rams - Tom Roberts 1890
The Big Picture - Tom Roberts 1903
Chinese Pest - Melbourne Punch 1888
A Plain Case - Australian Tit-Bits 1888
Women's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU): Formed in 1888 in WA; 1892 in Tasmania
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