by Melbourne University Press in Association with Oxford University Press, London, New York [etc.] in [Melbourne] .
Written in English
|Statement||by J. Lyng ... foreword by Ernest Scott. Re-issue, with appendix: "Movement of Australia"s immigrant population, 1921-33."|
|Series||[University of Melbourne. Publications,, no. 10]|
|LC Classifications||JV9125 .L9 1935|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii p., 2 l., 249 p.|
|Number of Pages||249|
|LC Control Number||36023243|
Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Lyng, J. (Jens), ; Format: Book, Online; vii, p.: ill., maps ; 19 cm. Jens wrote several books both on his time in New Guinea as well as on his research into Scandinavians in Australia. In , the University of Melbourne granted him the Harbison-Higinbotham scholarship to study non-British settlers. The grant enabled him to write the book Non-Britishers in Australia. Trove: Find and get Australian resources. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. Jan Hendrik Scheltema (23 August , The Hague – 9 December , Brisbane), was a Dutch and later Australian painter who had a prolific, often strenuous, and arguably impressive career in Australia considering he was a non-British migrant artist without an international reputation on arrival in Australia. After working as a portrait painter in the Netherlands, he specialized in Australia.
Australia’s post-war migration was a the first non-Britishers to arrive in large numbers, had suffered “economic deprivation” because very few had made it into white-collar jobs, and Author: John Hirst. Immigrants: Calwell, A. A., Be Just and Fear Not (), pp. 10–14; J. Lyng, Non-Britishers in Australia (), pp. 95–6 for influential Italians in Victoria; Charles A. Price, Southern Europeans in Australia (Canberra, ) for Italians and Greeks in Melbourne; W. D. Borrie in Australia and the Migrant (Australian Institute of Political Cited by: Jens Lyng, Non-Britishers in Australia: Influence on Population and Progress, Melbourne, Macmillan, References and Further reading (Note): Ellen Paulsen, ‘Scandinavians in Queensland’ in M. Brändle and S. Karas (eds), Multicultural Queensland: The People and Communities of Queensland. , Holistic health and biomedical medicine: a countersystem analysis / Stephen Lyng State University of New York Press Albany Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
NON-BRITISHERS IN AUSTRALIA J. Lyng, F.R.G.S. Macmillan & Co., Ltd., London. Price 7/6. The Evening Star of Dunedin, New Zealand, reviews this late volume, one in the same field with Miss Willard's "White Australia Policy", characterizing it as one "greatly worthy of study" by anyone interested in the problems of the Pacific. A book I can recommend is A New History of the Irish in Australia by Elizabeth Malcolm and Dianne of the many issues addressed is the question of race, specifically the pseudo-scientific eugenic debates about racial divisions and categorisations that lasted from the mid th century to the Second World War. As Malcolm and Hall show, the Irish and the Celts generally did not fare well Author: Mary Anne Yarde. Bibliography Archival sources. Archival sources relating to immigration, other than those held by the National Archives, can be found at the various State Archives and Public Record Offices, the Noel Butlin Archives Centre at the Australian National University, and major libraries in each state such as the National Library of Australia in Canberra, the Mitchell Library in Sydney, the State. Non-Britishers in Australia: influence on population and progress / by J. Lyng ; foreword by Ernest Scott Lyng, J. (Jens), [ Book: ].