After the rush : regulation, participation and Chinese communities in Australia, 1860-1940 / edited by Sophie Couchman, John Fitzgerald & Paul Macgregor Couchman, Sophie

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Couchman, Sophie
Chinese - Australia - History.; Australia - Ethnic relations.; 2103 (four-digit-FOR)
Focussed on the Chinese communities that elected to remain and work in White settler societies in the post-gold rush era, particularly in Australia, this book draws on the research of some of Australia's most established historians, as well as immigration and law specialists, and a number of younger scholars whose work is beginning to claim critical attention to fill this gap. The book is organized around three major themes in Australia's post-gold rush history: regulation and governance, participation in public life, and community and identity formation.
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