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Vol.18, 1994-95(13)

Title: Workers, recruiters and planters in the Bismarck Archipelago, 1885-1914

Author: Panoff, Michel
Subject:  Contract labor|Papua New Guinea|Bismark Archipelago
 Plantation workers|Papua New Guinea|Bismarck Archipelago
Volume: Vol.18, 1994-95
Collation: p. 32-65

Abstract: [ Abstract not available ]

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Title: The long apprenticeship : labour in the political economy of New Guinea, 1915-1941

Author: Newbury, Colin
Subject:  Labor supply|Papua New Guinea
Volume: Vol.18, 1994-95
Collation: p. 66-104

Abstract: It is argued in this paper that Australian colonial officials and their departments were more than arbiters and regulators in an economic system of production for export.

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Title: Volume 18, 1994-95 - Editor's introduction

Author: Munro, Doug editor
Subject:  
Volume: Vol.18, 1994-95
Collation: p. 1-4

Abstract: [ Abstract not available ]

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Title: Noel Fatnowna and his book : the making of fragments of a lost heritage

Author: Moore, Clive
Subject:  Fatnowna, Noel,|1929-
Volume: Vol.18, 1994-95
Collation: p. 137-150

Abstract: Fragments of a Lost Heritage was launched at the Pacific History Association Conference in Brisbane in 1989

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Title: The Queensland labour trade, 'A well working labour market'? : a commentary on the analysis provided by Ralph Shlomowitz

Author: Williams, T. David
Subject:  Indentured servants|Australia|Queensland|History
Volume: Vol.18, 1994-95
Collation: p. 110-127

Abstract: This paper looks at the work of Ralph Shlomowitz, one of the most distinguished and productive contributors to the literature, and argue that although the data he presents provides a very useful starting point for discussion of the broader issues, his conclusions depend far less on the force of his evidence, or on the way he organises it, than on the assumptions, often implicit, that he makes.

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Title: Simione Durutalo (1956-1994) and appreciation

Author: Naidu, Vijay
Subject:  
Volume: Vol.18, 1994-95
Collation: p. 194-197

Abstract: An appreciation

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Title: The Queensland labour trade : a comment on Williams

Author: Shlomowitz, Ralph
Subject:  Labor|Australia|Queensland|History
Volume: Vol.18, 1994-95
Collation: p. 128-136

Abstract: Evidence to suggest that the Queensland labour trade was significantly opened up to competitive market forces

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Title: Explaining migration : the tradition in Eastern and Southern Africa

Author: Murray, Colin
Subject:  Labor supply|Africa
 Labor mobility|Africa
Volume: Vol.18, 1994-95
Collation: p. 5-31

Abstract: A critical review of some anthropological approaches to the study of labour migration.

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Title: Debate on the Queensland Labour Trade

Author: Munro, Doug
Subject:  Indentured servants|Australia|Queensland|History
 Plantation workers|Australia|Queensland
Volume: Vol.18, 1994-95
Collation: p. 105-109

Abstract: A curious feature of this historiography has been the general lack of debate, at least in the sense of an ongoing engagement between the various schools of thought.

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Title: Plantation workers

Author: Chappell, David A.
Subject:  Plantation workers|Oceania
Volume: Vol.18, 1994-95
Collation: p. 184-188

Abstract: [ Abstract not available ]

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Title: Book reviews

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Volume: Vol.18, 1994-95
Collation: p. 189-193

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Title: Volume 18, 1994-95 - Contents

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Volume: Vol.18, 1994-95
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Title: Labour resistance and a challenged colonial order : the Asian workforce in New Caledonia and the New Hebrides at the time of the Second World War

Author: Henningham, Stephen
Subject:  Alien labor, Asian|Melanesia
 Plantation workers|Melanesia
Volume: Vol.18, 1994-95
Collation: p. 151-183

Abstract: This article reviews aspects of the history of the Asian segment of the workforce in these colonies during and immediately after the Second World War.

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