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Contents
List of illustrations
Acknowledgements
1	Introduction
2	1788¿1840, the convict colony
3	1841¿1864, horizons and boundaries
4	1865¿1889, free trading
5	1890¿1914, the challenge of federation
6	1915¿1940, division and depression
7	1941¿1965, Labor¿s long haul
8	1966¿1987, everyone¿s doing it 
9	1988¿2005, the event-led economy
10	Conclusion
Appendix 1: Premiers of New South Wales since 1856
Appendix 2: Timeline, 1770¿2005
Notes
Sources and further reading
Index
Illustrations
Plates
The New South Wales coat of arms decorated by Christina Yandell.
E.J. Brady, Australia Unlimited, Geo. Robertson, Melbourne, 1918, p. 143
Coal Cliff: The site of the first discovery of coal in Australia in August 1797
E.F. Pittman, Mineral Resources of New South Wales, Government Printer, Sydney, 1901, facing p. 307
Facsimile of a page of Surveyor McBrien¿s field book, recording the discovery of gold in 1823
E.F. Pittman, Mineral Resources of New South Wales, Government Printer, Sydney, 1901, facing p. 1
Men, women and children on their way to the gold diggings from Sydney, 1851 ¿
The Roadmakers: A History of Main Roads in New South Wales, Department of Main Roads New South Wales, Sydney, 1976, p. 38
The first river steamer on the Darling River viewed from an Aboriginal camp on the bank 
Town and Country Journal, 10 October 1874, p. 588
Greta coal seam in the Stanford-Merthyr Colliery, Kurri Kurri, near Maitland . 
E.F.Pittman, Coal Resources of New South Wales, Government Printer, Sydney, 1912, facing p. 14
The Bulletin¿s original masthead with its stylised port which could be Sydney but isn¿t
Patricia Rolfe, The Journalistic Javelin: An Illustrated history of the Bulletin, Wildcat Press, Sydney, 1979, facing p.1
New South Wales Parliament House in 1884
The Cyclopedia of New South Wales Illustrated. Under the Patronage of Vice-Royalty, the Government of New South Wales and the Lord Mayor of Sydney. An Historical and Commercial Review. Descriptive and Biographical, Facts, Figures and Illustrations. An Epitome of Progress, McCarron, Stewart & Co., Printers, Sydney, 1907, p. 68
The Cyclopedia of New South Wales Illustrated. Under the Patronage of Vice-Royalty, the Government of New South Wales and the Lord Mayor of Sydney. An Historical and Commercial Review. Descriptive and Biographical, Facts, Figures and Illustrations. An Epitome of Progress, McCarron, Stewart & Co., Printers, Sydney, 1907, p. 68
The sugar industry, Richmond River 
Andrew Garran, ed., Picturesque Atlas of Australasia, Picturesque Atlas Publishing Co., Sydney, 1886¿88, p. 116
Governor-General¿s Residence, Sydney, in 1907
The Cyclopedia of New South Wales Illustrated. Under the Patronage of Vice-Royalty, the Government of New South Wales and the Lord Mayor of Sydney. An Historical and Commercial Review. Descriptive and Biographical, Facts, Figures and Illustrations. An Epitome of Progress, McCarron, Stewart & Co, Printers, Sydney, 1907, p. 109
The Minister for Education (Mr Carmichael) explaining to pupils how they may reach the university
Reproduced from the Department of Public Instruction, Three Years of Education (Govt. Printer, Sydney, 1914), in A.R. Crane and W.G. Walker, Peter Board: His Contribution to the Development of Education in New South Wales, Australian Council for Educational Research, Melbourne, 1957, facing p. 116
Tom Barker¿s ¿To Arms¿ Poster, 1915
Ian Turner, Sydney¿s Burning, Alpha Books, Sydney, 1967, p. 1
Burrinjuck Gorge, site of the great Burrinjuck dam
H.M. Maitland, New South Wales, 1920¿1923, John Sands, Sydney, 1923, p. 126
¿The Men from Snowy River¿ approaching Goulburn
Dorothy M. Catts, comp., James Howard Catts MHR, Ure Smith, Sydney, 1953¿54, facing p. 56
Construction of the Sydney¿Newcastle road during the 1920s
The Roadmakers: A History of Main Roads in New South Wales, Department of Main Roads New South Wales, Sydney, 1976, p. 117
¿Off to camp with a sugar bag overcoat¿
Polly Wearn, The Magic Shoulder, Far West Children¿s Health Scheme, Sydney, 1966, facing p. 32
¿Wanganella Estate¿ rams on Colombo Creek, north-west of Deniliquin
H.M. Maitland, New South Wales 1920¿1923, John Sands, Sydney, 1923, p. 338
Aboriginal girls ¿who have been rescued from neglected conditions and are now living useful lives¿
H.N. Maitland, New South Wales 1920¿1923, John Sands, Sydney, 1923, p. 18
The Lithgow branch of the New South Wales State Government Savings Bank closed in 1931
Author¿s collection
The author playing in front of the family air-raid shelter in the backyard in Manly in 1942
Author¿s collection
Some of the last of the solid new houses built in the outer suburbs before World War II
Author¿s collection
¿The new Hawkesbury River Railway Bridge
P.J. Hurley, Red Cedar: The Story of the North Coast, Dymock¿s Book Arcade, Sydney, 1948, facing p. 22
Helensburgh Workman¿s Club 
James Hagan and Henry Lee, eds, A History of Work and Community in Wollongong, Halstead Press in association with the University of Wollongong, 2001/2, p. 159\
The Green Belt near Ryde
Denis Winston, Sydney¿s Great Experiment. The Progress of the Cumberland County Plan, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1957, p. 51
Uki butter factory in the Tweed Valley with Mt Warning in the background
Maurice Ryan, Norco 100: A Centenary History of Norco, 1895¿1995, Norco Co-op Ltd, Lismore, 1995, p. 178
An early demonstration outside the Sydney headquarters of the Liberal Party seeking homosexual law reform (c. 1970).
Author¿s collection
A 1988 re-enactment of Governor Phillip¿s visit to Broken Bay in March 1788
Gloria Zucker
Teams leaving the farm with wheat
E.J. Brady, The King¿s Caravan, Edward Arnold, London, 1911, facing p. 66)
This Moreton Bay fig in the Sydney Domain was planted as early as 1861
Author¿s collection
Bob Carr as Minister for the Environment in conversation with local resident Phillip Westlake 
Gloria Zucker
Maps
1.1 	Aboriginal language boundaries in New South Wales c.1788
Adapted from the map drawn by Norman Tindale in 1974 and D. Horton, ed., The Encyclopedia of Aboriginal Australia, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Press, Canberra, 1994. (Rodney Harrison, Shared Landscapes: Archaeologies of Attachment and the Pastoral Industry in New South Wales, Department of Environment and Conservation (New South Wales) and UNSW Press, Sydney, 2004, p. 19)
2.1 	Map showing New South Wales¿ boundary changes before 1859
Brian Fletcher, Colonial Australia before 1850, Nelson, Melbourne, 1976, p. 2
Map of New South Wales showing railways and towns with newspapers in 1938
The Press Directory of Australia and New Zealand 1938, Country Press Ltd, Sydney, facing p. 14
Principal irrigation areas in the Murray and Murrumbidgee valleys
Lionel Wigmore, Struggle for the Snowy: The Background of the Snowy Mountains Scheme, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1968, p. 188 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

New South Wales -- History.
New South Wales -- Economic conditions.