2 edition of Occupational index to the Australian dictionary of biography, 1788-1890, volumes I-VI found in the catalog.
Occupational index to the Australian dictionary of biography, 1788-1890, volumes I-VI
Julie G. Marshall
in Bundoora, Vic. :Dept. of Sociology, School of Social Sciences, La Trobe University
Written in English
|Statement||Julie G. Marshall and Richard C.S. Trahair.|
|Series||La Trobe working papers in sociology -- no. 43|
|Contributions||Trahair, R. C. S.|
|LC Classifications||DU82A87 M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||139 leaves. --|
|Number of Pages||139|
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Series 2 was published first, in three volumes in , and respectively. Each contained short biographies of persons who were born in or arrived in Australia in the period The title page of the volumes (a part from giving the volume number) reads: Australian Biographical and Genealogical Record – Series 2 – A book by Conley L. Edwards. - Message Boards - Occupations. A collection of Volumes of Scottish Trade Directories covering years dating back from to the early part of the 19th Century during the growing influence of the Industrial Revolution and the British Empire. Covers major cities and counties including.
Introduction: An inadequate occupational history may result in labelling an illness as not "occupational" when it is, or vice-versa. It may result in missing the diagnosis altogether and in losing an opportunity (or even the last or only opportunity) of making the patient better and improving the fate of other workers. The ‘Family and Business in North-west England, ’ Project Website. Searchable database of individuals and families involved in small family businesses in the .
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Since the Australian Dictionary of Biography has been prepared by its staff in the Research School of Social Sciences at the Australian National University. It provides concise, informative and fascinating descriptions of prominent men and women of this country who contributed their vision and energies to a growing : Douglas Pike.
Index to the Australian dictionary of biography, volumes 1 & 2 (A to Z, ) / editors Malcolm R. Sainty, Michael C. Flynn Library of Australian History Sydney Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
This is the complete index to Volumes 1 through 12 of the ADB. Since the Australian Dictionary of Biography has been prepared by its staff in the Research School of Social Sciences at the Australian National University.
It provides concise, informative and fascinating descriptions of prominent men and women of this country who contributed. The Australian Dictionary of Biography (ADB or AuDB) is a national co-operative enterprise founded and maintained by the Australian National University (ANU) to produce authoritative biographical articles on eminent people in Australia's history.
Initially published in a series of twelve hard-copy volumes between andthe dictionary has been published online since Genre: Encyclopedia. Volume 18 of the Australian Dictionary of Biography is the second of two volumes to deal with Australians who died between and It includes articles by authors on individuals with surnames from L to Z, recording the lives of Australians whom many of us remember from the recent past.
There are explorers, farmers, stockmen, trade union officials, business people. It also contains The Concise Dictionary, which is a summary guide and index to the rest of the series, as well as the Supplement, which deals with people who died too late to be included in the earlier volumes.
The first volume of the Dictionary of National Biography appeared on 1 January Historical Publication Index - Occupational Index: Australian Military Forces: Issue: Topic: Classifications And Work Manuals: Descriptor: Statistical methodology: Related Links: Referral Notes: Copies of many ABS publications are available at University and State libraries and some public libraries.
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Marshall and Richard C. Trahair, Occupational Index to the Australian Dictionary of Biography (–), Volumes 1–6 (Bundoora, Vic.: Department of Sociology, School of Social Sciences, La Trobe University, ). Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Format: Book; xli, p. ; 28 cm. Convicts in Western Australia – Dictionary of Western Australians, volume K.
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Allen & Unwin, Sydney, Pp. xxix + $ paper. Another reason you may not recognize a particular occupation is that abbreviations are and were commonly used in many records and documents. City directories, for example, often abbreviated occupations of city residents in an effort to save space and cut publication costs.A guide to the abbreviations can generally be found among the first few pages of the directory.
Tip: searches only the name field Tip: Use double quotes to search for a phrase. Title: Biographical Index of South Australians Author: Compiled by volunteers at the South Australian Genealogy & Heraldry Society Media: 1 CD (6 vols, pages) Year: (, ) ISBN: Item Code: AU Price: $ Link to website.
If you are researching anyone in South Australia who arrived or was born in South Australia prior toyou .The occupational history is an integral part of a thor-ough medical history, but its proper application requires a fund of knowledge and training (1, 2).
In this way, the occupational history is no different from the family histo-ry or the past medical history. Without a working knowl-edge of occupational medicine, however, the occupation.ADB Online renders superfluous Julie G.
Marshall and Richard C. S. Trahair, Occupational Index to the Australian Dictionary of Biography (–), Volumes I–VI (Bundoora: Dept. of Sociology, La Trobe U, ; pp.; La Trobe Working Papers in Sociology 43), and Occupational Index to the Australian Dictionary of Biography (–