Table of contents for The archaeology of Australia's history / Graham Connah ; drawings by Douglas Hobbs.


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Foreword
Preface
1. 'There are no traces now': the material heritage of Australian history
2. 'They came by sea': the historical archaeology of precolonial contact
3. The birth of a nation: seeking the remains of early Sydney
4. 'It didn't always work': investigating the sites of failed settlements
5. The convict contribution: vestiges of the penal system
6. 'I built a little homestead': extracting history from houses
7. 'I cleared the land and fenced it': reading the rural landscape
8. 'Out of the ground came wealth': the archaeological evidence for mining
9. Made in Australia: information from industrial relics
10. 'The glad bright days have vanished': the potential of Australian historical archaeology
Suggested activities
Suggested reading
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Australia Antiquities, Australia History 1788-1900, Archaeology Australia