Alfred Deakin Prime Ministerial Library

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Manuscripts

Deakin, Alfred
Papers, 1804-1973
MS 1540 Canberra: National Library of Australia

Deakin, Alfred
Papers of Alfred Deakin, 1804-1973 (1880-1919) [microfilm]
DU ADPML SPALF 994.041092 Dea/Poa

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Books by Alfred Deakin

"And be one People": Alfred Deakin's Federal Story
Carlton South: Melbourne University Press, 1995

The Crisis in Victorian Politics, 1879-1881: a Personal Retrospect
Carlton: Melbourne University Press, 1957

The Federal Story: the Inner History of the Federal Cause 1880-1900
Carlton: Melbourne University Press, 1963

Federated Australia: Selections From Letters to the Morning Post 1900-1910
Carlton: Melbourne University Press, 1968

Irrigated India: an Australian View of India and Ceylon, their Irrigation and Agriculture
London: W. Thacker & Co, 1893

La Nauze, J.A. & Nurser, Elizabeth eds.
Walter Murdoch and Alfred Deakin on "Books and Men": Letters and Comments, 1900-1918
Carlton: Melbourne University Press, 1974

A New Pilgrim's Progress
Melbourne: Terry, 1877

Quentin Massys: a Drama in Five Acts
Melbourne: Printed by J.P. Donaldson, 1875

Temple and Tomb in India
Melbourne: Melville, Mullen and Slade, 1893

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Resources about Alfred Deakin

Gabay, Al
The Mystic Life of Alfred Deakin
Cambridge [England]; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1992

La Nauze, J.A.
Alfred Deakin: a biography
Carlton: Melbourne University Press, 1965

Murdoch, Walter
Alfred Deakin: a sketch
London: Constable & Co., 1923

Rickard, John
A Family Romance: the Deakins at home
Carlton: Melbourne University Press, 1996

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Alfred Deakin and Federation

1901 And All That: a federation resource kit
Canberra: National Archives of Australia, 2000

Coupe, Robert
Achieving Nationhood: the story of federation
Sydney: New Holland, 2000

Foster, S.G., Marsden, Susan & Russell, Roslyn
Federation: the guide to records
Canberra: National Archives of Australia, 1998

Grattan, Michelle ed.
Australian Prime Ministers
Sydney: New Holland, 2000

Headon, David & Williams, John eds.
Makers of Miracles: the cast of the federation story

Carlton: Melbourne University Press, 2000

Irving, Helen
To constitute a nation: a cultural history of Australia's constitution
Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1999

Lahey, John
Faces of Federation: an illustrated history
Melbourne: Royal Historical Society, 2000

Matthews, Brian
Federation
Melbourne: Text Publishing, 1999

New Federalist: the Journal of Australian Federation History
[Adelaide]: Law School, University of Adelaide, 1998-2001

Russell, Roslyn & Chubb, Philip
One Destiny!: the federation story, how Australia became a nation
Ringwood Vic.: Penguin Books, 1998

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Resources by and about the family of Alfred Deakin

Cochrane, Peter
'How are the Egyptians Behaving?: Herbert Brookes, British-Australian',Australian Historical Studies, 30 (1999), pp. 303-318

Fitzherbert, Margaret
Liberal Women: Federation to 1949
Sydney: The Federation Press, 2004

Langmore, Diane
Prime Minister's Wives: the public and private lives of ten Australian women
Ringwood, Vic: McPhee Gribble, 1992

Rickard, John
A Family Romance: the Deakins at home
Carlton: Melbourne University Press, 1996

Rivett, David
The Application of Science to Industry in Australia
Brisbane: University of Queensland, 1944

Rivett, Rohan
Australian Citizen: Herbert Brookes, 1867-1963
Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1965

Rivett, Rohan
David Rivett: fighter for Australian science
Camberwell, Vic: R.D. Rivett, 1972

Thornton, Kristen
Pattie Deakin: from Prime Minister's Wife to 'Intercessor-in-Chief' (63 KB) (PDF, 63kb)
Paper read at the third Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Library Conference
Adelaide, 28-30 September 2005

White, T.W.
Guests of the Unspeakable: the odyssey of an Australian airman - being a record of captivity and escape in Turkey
London: John Hamilton, 1928

White, T.W.
Sky Saga: a story of Empire airmen
Melbourne: Hutchinson, 1943

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