SC Australia 1750-1918
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Year in which James Cook claimed the east coast
Colonies established to punish were __________ colonies
Cook described Aborigines as living in a 'state of __________'
Richard Bourke was a NSW __________
The area of Melbourne was earlier called the Port __________ District
He came from Tasmania to foudn a settlement in Victoria: John __________
Material for making sails
New __________: early British name for Australia
Cook's ship: HMS __________
This island was far off NSW's east coast, but Britain wanted its raw materials
How many ships were in the First Fleet?
In what year did the First Fleet sail from Portsmouth
On what date in 1788 did the First Fleet arrive at Sydney Cove?
Van Diemen's Land was the original European name for __________
Did women convicts represent 2, 5, 12, or 20% of convicts?
Year in which Victoria became an independent colony from NSW
Suburb that Arthur Phillip named after strong Aborigines
The crossing of which mountain range expanded the settlement of NSW?_____ Mountains
Explorer who named Van Diemen's Land
State capital established in 1804
Island to which many Tasmanian Aborigines were moved
Moreton Bay colony was established in which modern state?
WA developed out of the _______ River Colony
River on which South Australia was established
Battle of Pinjarra or Pinjarra massacre was in this state
The Wurrundjeri tribe were prominent in which state?
Edward Gibbon Wakefield is associated with which state? [Abbreviation]
Colonel William _______ designed Adelaide
This English county was the centre of the wool trade in the Industrial Revolution
Fences were an issue in White and Aboriginal attitudes to____
Aborigines were often forced to live on missions or r________
Many Aborigines became ___-dwellers
O_____ accounts have been passed down through Aboriginal generations
Aborigines sometimes thought the first whites they met were ancestral _____
Aborigine kidnapped on Governor Phillip's orders
Up to ___ per cent of the local indigenous groups
Indigenous groups in Australia lived semi-___ lives, meaning they moved their settlements periodically
Do we associate Pemulwuy with Aboriginal collaboration, disease, art or resistance?
Gold that could be sold for a profit was called '_______' gold
Gold that washes up in creek and river beds is called _______ gold
A goldmining item that resembled a baby's cradle was known as a '_______'
Is 'puddling' associated with convicts, settlement or gold?
A famous stagecoach company was '_______ and Co'
Riots against Chinese miners occurred in 1857 at _______ Flat.
1860-1890 is known as the 'Long _______'
Nickname for Melbourne in the late 19th century - '_______ Melbourne'
The _______ of Melbourne was founded in 1855
The State _______ of Victoria was founded in 1856
Melbourne's Royal _______ Building was built in 1880
Australian slang word for small farmer
In Australian slang if you make a cup of tea or coffee you boil the _______
Australian term for a rowdy, irresponsible person
A lazy person in Australian slang
An adjective relating to equality, said to apply to Australian society
This School of artists is identified with Australian Impressionism
A great Australian artist of the bush was Tom _______
Artist of the Heidelberg School: Arthur _______
A famous Australian magazine that promoted Australian identity was The_______
When Australia united, one way of keeping out unwanted foreigners was giving them a _______ test.
Only colony not to vote for federation in 1899 (abbreviation)
Two votes in which Federation was achieved
The Tenterfield Oration of Sir Henry _______ contributed to Federation
A famous cartoon warning of the danger of Chinese immigrants was called 'The Mongolian _______'
Before Federation, ________ in Victoria protected local industries
The 1890s saw an economic ________ in Australia
'The Bulletin' was sometimes called 'The bushman's ________ '
In the 1890s, was the proportion of colonists born in Australia 50, 70, 80 or 90%?
Month in which Federation occurred
From 1901, Australia had state governments and a _________ government
Australia's political system of having two houses or chambers is called_________
The lower house of Parliament is called the House of _________
Australia's political system is based on the British _________ system
Australia in the early 20th century was sometimes called a 'working man's _________ '
From the 1870s free compulsory education was available to all Australian children up to Year_________
The _________ -hour working day was standard in early 20th century Australia
Terrace _________ was common for many Australian workers
High infant _________ was a consequence of poor sanitation in cities and towns
A basic minimum wage was guaranteed by the _________ Judgement of 1907
Legislation passed in 1908 guaranteed _________ for invalids and those over 65
The 'baby bonus' was part of the _________ Allowances Act of 1912
The word 'suffrage' relates to the right to_________
The Commonwealth _________ Act of 1902 guaranteed women the right to vote
The Commonwealth Franchise Act denied _________ the right to vote
The author of 'On Our Selection' and 'Dad and Dave' was Steele _________
The Australian flag introduced in 1903, included the Union _________
Did the first act passed by the new Parliament in 1901 relate to defence, immigration, pensions or voting?
Section 51 of the Constitution says laws about Aborigines need to be made by the _________
Part-Aboriginal children forcibly adopted or institutionalised are known as the _________ Generations
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