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'The worst types of sub-human beings'? The myth and reality of the convicts of the Norfolk Island penal settlement, 1825-1855

Causer, T; (2011) 'The worst types of sub-human beings'? The myth and reality of the convicts of the Norfolk Island penal settlement, 1825-1855. In: Australia, AB, (ed.) Islands Of History. (8 - 31). Anchor Books: Sydney, Australia. Green open access

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Type:Book chapter
Title:'The worst types of sub-human beings'? The myth and reality of the convicts of the Norfolk Island penal settlement, 1825-1855
ISBN:0980335450
ISBN-13:9780980335453
Open access status:An open access version is available from UCL Discovery
Keywords:History, Norfolk Island, Australian history, Convict transportation, History, New South Wales, History, Van Diemen's Land, History, Tasmania
UCL classification:UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Laws > Bentham Project

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