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    The homes inhabited by the Chinese residents of New South Wales reflected the environmental and social conditions of the communities Chinese were part of—from slab huts on the goldfields, to crowded inner-city cottages and terraces, to timber houses on market gardens, to substantial family homes in the suburbs.

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  1. House and general store and two Chinese shopkeepers, Tambaroora
    American & Australasian Photographic Company
    [ Photograph : 1870-1875 ]
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    House and general store and two Chinese shopkeepers, Tambaroora
  2. Panoramic view of Tambaroora (with Chinatown in the foreground and St. Saviour's Church upper left)
    American & Australasian Photographic Company
    [ Photograph : 1870-1875 ]
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    Panoramic view of Tambaroora (with Chinatown in the foreground and St. Saviour's Church upper left)
  3. Bark huts in Chinatown, Tambaroora
    American & Australasian Photographic Company
    [ Photograph : 1870-1875 ]
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    Bark huts in Chinatown, Tambaroora
  4. Two Chinese men in front of whitewashed, bark roof house, Tambaroora
    American & Australasian Photographic Company
    [ Photograph : 1870-1875 ]
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    Two Chinese men in front of whitewashed, bark roof house, Tambaroora
  5. Residence of Ah Loon, off Queen's Place, Sydney, Nov 1875
    [ Photograph : 1875 ]
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    Residence of Ah Loon, off Queen's Place, Sydney, Nov 1875
  6. On the Upper Macleay River.
    Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier (NSW : 1872 - 1881) Saturday 3 September 1881 p 10 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: OUR engraving is from a sepia drawing by Mrs. Collard, Carcoar, which obtained the prize offered last December by Messrs. Gibbs, Shallard, & Co., for ... 115 words
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  7. With compliments of Mr & Mrs Quong Tart, 1892, "Gallop House", Ashfield, Sydney N.S.W. / Kerry & Co
    Kerry & Co
    [ Photograph : 1892 ]
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    With compliments of Mr & Mrs Quong Tart, 1892, "Gallop House", Ashfield, Sydney N.S.W. / Kerry & Co
  8. Castle Chinaman [Chinese man outside wooden hut, Albury]
    [ Photograph : 1900 ]
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    Castle Chinaman [Chinese man outside wooden hut, Albury]
  9. Dredge Mining in New South Wales. INITIAL OPERATIONS ON THE KUCUMBENE RIVER AT KIANDRA.
    The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912) Saturday 26 May 1900 p 1226 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: On April 2 the Minister for Mines (Mr. J. L. Fegan), accompanied by Mr. D. C. M'Liehlan, Under-Secretary, Mr. E. F. Pittman, Government geologist, an ... 1848 words
    • Text last corrected on 2 December 2015 by hindsight
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  10. Views taken during Cleansing Operations, Quarantine Area, Sydney, 1900, Vol. II, under the supervision of Mr George McCredie, F.I.A., N.S.W - Rear of No. 50 Wexford Street, chinese bedroom, Sydney (NSW)
    [ Photograph : 1900 ]
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    Views taken during Cleansing Operations, Quarantine Area, Sydney, 1900, Vol. II, under the supervision of Mr George McCredie, F.I.A., N.S.W - Rear of No. 50 Wexford Street, chinese bedroom, Sydney (NSW)
  11. Cottage in Kent Rd, Botany - Chinese gardens
    [ Photograph : 1938 ]
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    Cottage in Kent Rd, Botany - Chinese gardens