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Jones, Timothy, ‘The Chinese in the Northern Territory’, manuscript, 1988
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Jones, Timothy G. Chinese in the Northern Territory. Darwin, Northern Territory University Press, 1990. xiv, 149 p. Revised edition: Darwin, Northern Territory University Press, 1997. xvi, 131 p. 3rd ed. Darwin, CDU Press, 2005. xvi, 151 p., [26] p. of plates.
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Searcy, Alfred. In northern seas: being Mr Alfred Searcy’s experiences on the north coast of Australia as recounted to E. Whitington. Adelaide, W.K. Thomas, 1905. 63 p. Facsim. ed. Darwin, Northern Territory Dept. of Education, 1984. iv, 80 p.
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James, Barbara. No man’s land: women of the Northern Territory. Sydney, Collins Australia, 1989. 296 p.
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‘Territory Images’ CD ROM
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‘Yellow Agony in the Northern Territory, from our Port Darwin correspondent’, The Queenslander, Nov 9, 1878, p.179
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‘Progress of Chinese community’, Adjournment Debate
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‘William Gong Chin’ Eulogy 1960
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Chan, Frances. Cathay of the North: Darwin Chinese in the late 20th Century. Pialba, Qld., Langford Publications, 1992. 37 p.
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Connell, Daniel & Bunbury, Bill, ‘Massacre at Caledon Bay’, ABC Open Tapes, Perth, 1980 [sound cassette]
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Egan, Ted.Justice all their own: the Caledon Bay and Woodah Island killings 1932-1933. Carlton South, Vic, Melbourne University Press, 1996. xxv, 244 p., (16) p. of plates : ill., maps, ports.
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Egan, Ted. Makarrta: The Caledon Bay and Woodah Island Killings, 1932-1933. 1994
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Evans, Raymond, Saunders, Kay and Cronin, Kathryn. Race Relations in Colonial Queensland: A History of Exclusion, Exploitation and Extermination. St. Lucia, University of Queensland Press, 1988. 3rd ed. St. Lucia, Qld., University of Queensland Press, 1993. xxxiv, 456 p.
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Fitzgerald, C.P. A Chinese Discovery of Australia? Cheshire, Melbourne, 1953.
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Forrest, Peter, ‘Chinese agriculture in the Northern Territory’, Transcript for ABC Broadcast, 17/10/1985.
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Giese, Diana. ‘Proud to be Territorians’. Migration (Department of Immigration, Local Government and Ethnic Affairs, Canberra), no. 83, March-April 1991, pp. 11-14.
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Giese, Diana. ‘A wave maker and a rocker of boats’. Migration (Department of Immigration, Local Government and Ethnic Affairs, Canberra,) no. 84, May-June 1991, pp. 18-20.
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Giese, Diana. ‘The Goddess of Mercy: guardian of children’. Migration (Department of Immigration, Local Government and Ethnic Affairs, Canberra), no. 85, Jul-Aug, 1991, pp. 16-17.
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Giese, Diana. ‘Smart grandfather stayed and battled it out’. Migration (Department of Immigration, Local Government and Ethnic Affairs, Canberra), no. 86, Sept-Dec, 1991, pp. 28-29.
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Giese, Diana. ‘The heart of Darwin’. Chinatown and beyond. Australia-China Review, no. 51, May, 1993, pp. 7-9.
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Greenwood, Helen & See-Kee, Charles. ‘The influence of Chinese migration to the Northern Territory’. See Australia, vol.4, no.1, 1981, pp. 11-13.
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Hannan, Agnes, ‘All out! The effects of evacuation and land acquisition on the Darwin Chinese, 1941-1951’, BA(hons), Department of History, Monash University, 1985.
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Hardwick, Carol, Register of Significant European Cultural Sites in the Northern Territory, Report for the National Trust, Oct 1984.
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Holmes, Mervyn John, ‘China Town, Darwin: Report on Sanitation and Hygiene, No. 1’, Office of the Administrator, Darwin, 1912, Department of External Affairs, Correspondence files, NT Series: ‘Removal of insanitary Chinese tenements - Darwin’, 1913-1914, Australian Archives: CRS A4, item NT 14/4383.
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Heiman, Frank, Hughes, Ree, Paul & Ah Toy, Lily. Lily Ah Toy. Lindfield, NSW, Film Australia, 1995.

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