David Andrew Roberts
David Andrew Roberts
Verified email at une.edu.au
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14000 BP On Being Alone: The Isolation of the Tasmanians
I Davidson, D Roberts
Turning points in Australian history, 2008
Bells falls massacre and Bathurst's history of violence: Local tradition and Australian historiography∗
D Roberts
Australian Historical Studies 26 (105), 615-633, 1995
Nautical themes in the Aboriginal rock paintings of Mount Borradaile, Western Arnhem Land
DA Roberts
Great Circle: Journal of the Australian Association for Maritime History …, 2004
Turning points in Australian history
M Crotty, DA Roberts
UNSW Press, 2009
'A sort of inland Norfolk Island'?: Isolation, coercion and resistance on the Wellington Valley Convict Station, 1823-26
DA Roberts
Journal of Australian Colonial History 2 (1), 50-73, 2000
'Expansion, 1820-1850'
L Ford, DA Roberts
The Cambridge History of Australia Volume 1 Indigenous and Colonial …, 2013
The ‘knotted hands that set us high’: Labour History and the Study of Convict Australia
DA Roberts
Labour History, 33-50, 2011
'Language to save the innocent': Reverend L. Threlkeld's linguistic mission.
DA Roberts
Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society 94 (2), 107, 2008
Ancient Ochres: The Aboriginal Rock Paintings of Mount Borradaile
DA Roberts, A Parker
JB Books, 2003
New South Wales Penal Settlements and the Transformation of Secondary Punishment in the Nineteenth-Century British Empire
L Ford, DA Roberts
Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History 15 (3), 2014
Landscapes of Production and Punishment: Convict labour in the Australian context
R Tuffin, M Gibbs, D Roberts, H Maxwell-Stewart, D Roe, J Steele, S Hood, ...
Journal of Social Archaeology 18 (1), 50-76, 2018
The forgotten commandant: James Wallis and the Newcastle penal settlement, 1816–1818
DA Roberts, D Garland
Australian Historical Studies 41 (1), 5-24, 2010
A 'Change of Place': Illegal Movement on the Bathurst Frontier, 1822-1825
DA Roberts
Journal of Australian Colonial History 7, 97-122, 2005
Smallpox and the Baiame Waganna of Wellington Valley, New South Wales, 1829-1840: The Earliest Nativist Movement in Aboriginal Australia
HM Carey, D Roberts
Ethnohistory 49 (4), 821-869, 2002
The great mistakes of Australian history
M Crotty, DA Roberts
UNSW Press, 2006
Russel Ward and the convict legend
DA Roberts
Journal of Australian Colonial History 10 (2), 37, 2008
Legal Change, Convict Activism and the Reform of Penal Relocation in Colonial New South Wales: The Port Macquarie Penal Settlement, 1822–26
L Ford, DA Roberts
Australian Historical Studies 46 (2), 174-190, 2015
‘The Valley of Swells: ’‘Special’or ‘Educated’Convicts on the Wellington Valley Settlement, 1827–1830
D Andrew Roberts
History Australia 3 (1), 11.1-11.21, 2006
The Bells Falls Massacre and Oral Tradition
B Attwood, SG Foster
Frontier Conflict: The Australian Experience, 150-157, 2003
Australian Convict Sites and the Heritage of Adaptation: The Case of Newcastle's Coal River Heritage Precinct
DA Roberts, E Eklund
Australian Historical Studies 43 (3), 363-380, 2012
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