Deposit N319 - Miriam Dixson Collection

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Miriam Dixson Collection


  • 1909 - 1968 (Creation)

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0.15 m (1 box)

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(1930 -)

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Miriam Dixson, an Australian social historian, studied history at university; completed a Master of Arts thesis, Doctor of Philiosophy thesis, and a course at the University of New England in women's studies. She is author of "The Real Matilda : women and identity in Australia 1788-1975" (Ringwood: Penguin, 1976).

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Printed material, newsletters and research notes relating to trade unionism and the Eureka Stockade.


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Researchers must sign an access agreement

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Entered from deposit description on 1 September 2011; revised by Phuong Dang on 1 May 2016




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