Convicts and Colonial Society, 1788-1868

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Convicts in Australia Between and , about , convicts were transported by the British government to various penal colonies in Australia The British government began Whores, damned whores and female convicts Why our Whores, damned whores and female convicts Why our history does early Australian colonial women a grave injustice Convict Punishments Primary Sources Relations between Aborigines and colonists Aboriginal War Friends or foes History Wars Denying contestability Black Woman and White Man Convicts University of Tasmania Convicts The convict establishment at Premaydena WL Crowther Library, SLT Between and approximately , convicts served time in Convicts Family History Research Convicts to Australia, including UK Ireland trial records Convicts To Australia Censuses and Musters iiNet Background New South Wales was the initial Australian colony, formed in as a place to send convicts, after the scope to send them to North America had ceased Convict era of Western Australia The convict era of Western Australia was the period during which Western Australia was a penal colony of the British Empire Although it received small numbers of Deaf in NSW A Community History deaf convicts and Elizabeth Betty Steel The emergence of deaf people in Colonial NSW began with convicts Elizabeth Betty Steel Betty Steel arrived on the Second Fleet as a Convicts Punishment Transportation Convict EExxttrraacctt ffrroomm bbeeccoommiinngg TTaassmmaanniiaa bbyy TTeerrrryy NNeewwmmaann Extracts Becoming a Penal Colony Convicts Descriptions of Convict Life Australian Convict history is not a history that unites, but it is a history than can make for highly intellectual lessons

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