Australasia and Pacific

Results
British relations with the Hawaiian kingdom, 1790-1850.
MacAllan, Richard S., M.Phil. (Ext.) (1992), London
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The role of naval power in the N.W. Pacific, 1953-91.
Lim, I.S., Ph.D. (1991), Wales
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Captain Clayton and the Australia station, 1884-9.
Cross, Mary, M.A. (1995), Exeter (Duffy, M.)
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A history of the child and juvenile migration schemes to Australia.
McVeigh, Ann, Ph.D. (1995), Belfast (Johnson, D.S.)
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Work, sexuality and resistance: the convict women of Van Diemen's Land, 1820-39.
Reid, Kirsty, Ph.D. (1995), Edinburgh (Duffield, I.; Nenadic, Stana S.)
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Missionary practice of Georg Friedrich Vicedom in New Guinea (1929-39): a presentation based mainly on his own writings.
Muller, Klaus W., Ph.D. (1992), Aberdeen
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`Protective supremacy': the Royal Navy, Pacific islanders and the limits of benevolence, 1829-59.
Samson, Jane D., Ph.D. (1994), London (Williams, G.)
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The life and times of James George Beaney, M.D. (1828-91).
Blackamore, Michael J., M.Phil. (1996), Kent (Armstrong, William A.)
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English emigration to New Zealand, 1839-50: an analysis of the work of the New Zealand Company.
Hudson, Paul, Ph.D. (1997), Lancaster (Constantine, Stephen; Pooley, Colin G.)
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Korean 'comfort women' and military sexual slavery in World War II.
Ahn, Yonson, Ph.D. (1999), Warwick (Liddle, Joanna)
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The geography of citizenship strategies in a rural S. Australian aboriginal community, 1940-93.
Sleeman, M.T., Ph.D. (1997), Cambridge (Baker, Alan R.H.)
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The bushrangers and the convict system of Van Diemen's Land, 1803-46.
Maxwell-Stewart, Hamish J., Ph.D. (1991), Edinburgh (Graves, A.A.)
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The residential differentiation of occupational groups in late 19th-century Fremantle, Western Australia.
Shaw, Brian J., Ph.D. (Ext.) (1991), London
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New Zealand Catholicism, war, politics and the Irish issue, 1912-22.
Sweetman, Rory M., Ph.D. (1991), Cambridge (Fieldhouse, D.K.)
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The Great War and Australian memory: a study of myth, remembering and oral history.
Thomson, Alistair S., D.Phil. (1991), Sussex (Yeo, C.S.; Kedward, H.R.)
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Cricket, class and colonialism, c.1860-1914: a study of two elite institutions, the Marylebone Cricket Club and the Melbourne Cricket Club.
Bradley, James T.A., Ph.D. (1991), Edinburgh (Duffield, I.; Barron, T.J.)
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The Australian High Commissioner's office: politics and Anglo-Australian relations, 1901-39.
Attard, Bernard P., D.Phil. (1991), Oxford (Newbury, C.W.)
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Little gems or tough nuggets: children, the hidden treasures of the Australian goldfields.
Altheer, Rowena, M.Phil. (2007), London
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Disease at sea: convicts, emigrants, ships and the ocean in the voyage to Australia, c.1830-1860.
Foxhall, Katherine, Ph.D. (2008), Warwick (Finn, Margot; Hodges, Sarah)
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George Henry Haydon (1822-91): an Anglo-Australian life.
Haydon, Katharine R., Ph.D. (2008), London
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The province of science: James Hector and the New Zealand Institute, 1867-1903.
Reid, Francis L., Ph.D. (2007), Cambridge
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Arthur Boyd: a life.
Bungey, Darleen, Ph.D. (2007), Kingston
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Korean Bible women; their vital contribution to Korean Protestantism, 1895-1945.
Chang, Sung-Jin, Ph.D. (2006), Edinburgh
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'Savagery' and 'civilisation': the convergence of Europeans and Papuans up to the proclamation of the British New Guinea Protectorate in 1884.
Boore, Roger Pryse, Ph.D. (2005), Wales
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Through the vale of darkness: history in South Malakula, Vanuatu.
de Lannoy, Jean, D.Phil. (2005), Oxford
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Imperfect machinery? Missions, imperial authority and the Pacific labour trade, c.1875-1901.
Takeuchi, Mahito, Ph.D. (2006), London
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Scottish shipbuilding and the Australian market, 1901-71.
MacDonald, Michael J., Ph.D. (2007), Glasgow
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The early days of British influence in south-east New Guinea.
Boore, Roger P., Ph.D. (2005), Wales (Dunthorne, Hugh L.A.)
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Settler physics in Australia and Cambridge, 1850-1950.
Dean, Katrina J., Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Schaffer, Simon)
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Views in the South Seas: writing Pacific nature, culture and landscape, 1700-75.
Johnson, Sarah A., Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Leask, Nigel J.)
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