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  1. The rocks : life in early Sydney / Grace Karskens
    Karskens, Grace
    [ Book : 1997-2000 ]
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    At 82 libraries
    The rocks : life in early Sydney / Grace Karskens
  2. Plagues and Federation : the diary of Kitty Barnes, the Rocks, Sydney, 1901 / by Vashti Farrer
    Farrer, Vashti
    [ Book : 2000-2001 ]
    At 67 libraries
    Plagues and Federation : the diary of Kitty Barnes, the Rocks, Sydney, 1901 / by Vashti Farrer
  3. Early Sydney / drawings by Cedric Emanuel ; text by Tess van Sommers
    Emanuel, Cedric, 1906-
    [ Book : 1984 ]
    At Wollongong City
    Early Sydney / drawings by Cedric Emanuel ; text by Tess van Sommers
  4. Early history of Australia : articles from the Sun / [by Walter Bethel]
    Bethel, Walter Edmund, 1863-1941
    [ Published : 1823-1943 ]
    At State Library of NSW
  5. The colony : a history of early Sydney / Grace Karskens
    Karskens, Grace
    [ Book : 2009-2014 ]
    Possibly online
    At 171 libraries
    The colony : a history of early Sydney / Grace Karskens
  6. Trinity Av[enue], The Rocks, Sydney / Elliot Johnson
    Johnson, William, Sir, 1862-1932
    [ Art work : 1900 ]
    Languages: No linguistic content
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    At National Library
    Trinity Av[enue], The Rocks, Sydney / Elliot Johnson
  7. [Unidentified location, possibly The Rocks, Sydney, N.S.W.?]
    [ Photograph : 1880-1910 ]
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    At State Library VIC
    [Unidentified location, possibly The Rocks, Sydney, N.S.W.?]
  8. Colony prints : The Rocks, Sydney : being a collection of drawings / by Eric Thompson
    Thompson, Eric, 1905-
    [ Poster, chart, other : 1900-1999 ]
    At Deakin Uni Library
  9. THE PLAGUE IN SYDNEY.
    The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930) Wednesday 28 March 1900 p 8 Article
    Abstract: In not disposing of the bodies of persons dying of the bubonic plague by cremation, I cannot help feeling that the inhabitants of the colony are not ... 2629 words
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    An article from March 1900 describing the bubonic plague and it's impacts on the colony of Sydney. By throughout the article in particular regarding the burials of plague victims, the author expresses concerns regarding contamination from the victims' bodies to the surviving citizens.

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  10. BUBONIC PLAGUE. SYDNEY, Thursday.
    Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954) Friday 21 March 1902 p 6 Article
    Abstract: Three additional cases of plague were notified to-day. The patients are Allan Robinson, Alfred Baldock, and Leslie Goodwin. The cases to date 32 words
    • Text last corrected on 12 September 2014 by anonymous
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  11. BUBONIC PLAGUE. SYDNEY, Monday.
    Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954) Tuesday 1 April 1902 p 6 Article
    Abstract: Four additional cases of bubonic plague have occurred, the patients being Sarah Barnes, Henry Morrish. John May, and William Bott. Morrish 179 words
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  12. THE PLAGUE. Sydney, Eriday.
    The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1894 - 1954) Saturday 14 July 1900 p 5 Article
    Abstract: In the Assembly yesterday the Premier announced that Sydney would be declared free from plague; but before the proclamation could be issued another c ... 46 words
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    This article is a good example of how prevalent the plague was, for although this article is brief, it conveys the dire situation that the Australian main cities were in. The failure of the Premier's proclamation of a plague-free Sydney shows just how volatile of a situation this was at the beginning of the 20th century.

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  13. Bubonic Plague. SYDNEY, Sunday.
    Wagga Wagga Advertiser (NSW : 1875 - 1910) Tuesday 6 June 1905 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Since the beginning of the present out-break, 53 cases of plague have occurred in New South Wales, distributed us follows: —Sydney, 16; Newcastle, 12 ... 225 words
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    This article is good primary source regarding the health of inhabitants in the state of New South Wales during the early 20th century. By covering the re-arising of bubonic plague (found within the inner confines of Sydney city) in 1902, the article follows the spread of the disease and it's impacts on the trading agreements between the states.

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  14. PLAGUE AT SYDNEY. A CLEAR CASE. HOUSE AND PATIENT QUARANTINED. A MILD ATTACK.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Friday 26 January 1900 p 6 Article
    Abstract: Dr. J. Ashburton Thompson, president of the Sydney Board of Health, telegramed to Dr. Ramsay Smith on Friday afternoon as follows:—"I thought it prud ... 732 words
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  15. The Bubonic Plague. A MILD CASE IN SYDNEY. FOURTEEN PERSONS QUARANTINED.
    Australian Town and Country Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1870 - 1907) Saturday 3 February 1900 p 57 Article
    Abstract: On the afternoon, of Wednesday, January 24, information reached the Department of Public Health, from a medical practitioner that a man with suspicio ... 655 words
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  16. The Bubonic Plague.
    Australian Town and Country Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1870 - 1907) Saturday 12 May 1900 p 55 Article
    Abstract: As may be seen by tbe table showing the progress of the disease, last week was the worst experienced in Sydney, so far as the number of cases reporte ... 2290 words
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  17. Cambridge St. looking to Argyle Cut, Aug. 1901
    Tyrrell's, Sydney
    [ Photograph : 1901-1938 ]
    Possibly online
    At State Library VIC
    Cambridge St. looking to Argyle Cut, Aug. 1901
  18. The Rocks
    [ Photograph : 1901 ]
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    At City of Sydney Arch
    The Rocks
  19. The Rocks, Sydney, ca. 1911 / H. Cazneaux
    Cazneaux, Harold, 1878-1953
    [ Photograph : 1911 ]
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    At National Library
    The Rocks, Sydney, ca. 1911 / H. Cazneaux
  20. Old Sydney houses make way for the bridge, Princess Street, The Rocks, N.S.W. H. Cazneaux
    Cazneaux, Harold, 1878-1953
    [ Photograph : 1923 ]
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    At National Library
    Old Sydney houses make way for the bridge, Princess Street, The Rocks, N.S.W. H. Cazneaux
  21. Kent street, Old Sydney, 1911 / H. Cazneaux
    Cazneaux, Harold, 1878-1953
    [ Photograph : 1911 ]
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    At National Library
    Kent street, Old Sydney, 1911 / H. Cazneaux
  22. Early morning, Pitt Street, Sydney, 1909 [Harold Cazneuax]
    Cazneaux, Harold, 1878-1953
    [ Photograph : 1909 ]
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    At National Library
    Early morning, Pitt Street, Sydney, 1909 [Harold Cazneuax]
  23. Argyle Cut [also called 'Children of The Rocks'] [Children of The Rocks]
    CAZNEAUX, Harold
    [ Photograph : 1912 ]
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    At National Gallery Aus
    Argyle Cut [also called 'Children of The Rocks'] [Children of The Rocks]
  24. Web page: London Times Article
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    The article contains correspondence from the Governor of New South Wales at the time of the outbreak of plague in Sydney in July 1900. It also includes the afflicted and death toll of the Sydney inhabitants, interestingly, there is a separate toll number accounting for the number of inhabitants of Chinese descent afflicted by the disease. A detail that shows the effects of the White Australia Policy had on the census and Australian ideology of “whiteness”, an ideology that was common place in Edwardian Sydney.

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  25. Web page: London Times Article 2
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    A view of the goings on in Sydney from the standpoint of the London Times, recording the eagerness of the Canadians and Australians in aiding in enlisting for the Boer War. It shows another view of the people (primarily men) of the city of Sydney in 1900, a good source for capturing the whole image of life for people of all different walks of life within Sydney.

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  26. Web page: London Times Article 3
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    Greater detail regarding men leaving to fight in the Boer War, primarily focusing on two well-established surgeons of the Australian colony.

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