Kate Bagnall, The transnational Chinese family in Australia, 18 September 2013

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Talk presented by Dr Kate Bagnall at the 'New migration histories' seminar, University of Melbourne, 18 September 2013

Talk presented by Dr Kate Bagnall at the 'New migration histories' seminar, University of Melbourne, 18 September 2013

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  • 1. The transnational Chinese family in Australia Kate Bagnall @baibi ‘New migration histories’ Australian in the World seminar series 18 September 2013 University of Melbourne
  • 2. Kerry Greenwood Ruddy Gore Allen & Unwin 2004 (first published McPhee Gribble 1995) Lin Chung (Philippe Sung) and Phryne Fisher (Essie Davis), Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries www.fanpop.com/clubs/miss-fishers-murder-mysteries/images/35224788/title/lin-chung-phryne-photo
  • 3. Neridah Newton The Lambing Flat University of Queensland Press 2003
  • 4. Alison Wong As the Earth Turns Silver Picador 2009
  • 5. Deborah O’Brien, Mr Chen’s Emporium and The Jade Widow Bantam Australia 2012, 2013
  • 6. The Bulletin, 14 April 1888 The Boomerang, 11 February 1888
  • 7. Australasian Sketcher, 10 June 1876; The Graphic, 24 December 1887; Illustrated Sydney News, 12 June 1880; Centennial Magazine, January 1889
  • 8. Hannah Maria (nee Mason) and William Chi with their baby, thought to be second son Albert Scone, NSW, c. 1867 Courtesy Elaine Hetherington
  • 9. Rockhampton Morning Bulletin (Weekend Magazine), 22 June 2013 Claire Faulkner, Conquest: An Inside Story – The Integration of a Colonial Chinese-Australian Family Cluster Self-published, 2013
  • 10. • Articles mentioning ‘half-caste’ Chinese in Australian newspapers, 1860 to 1920 • http://dhistory.org/querypic/7h/
  • 11. Western Star and Roma Advertiser , 16 March 1889, p. 3, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article97510948 The Argus, 4 March 1909, p. 5, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article10705873
  • 12. Sam Hand’s boarding house at Home Rule, near Gulgong, NSW, 1872 State Library of NSW, a2822261
  • 13. Quong Tart, Margaret Tart and their three eldest children in Hong Kong, 1894 Tart McEvoy papers, Society of Australian Genealogists 6/16/4
  • 14. Quong Tart and Harry Bagnall at a cycling event in Sydney, c. 1897 Margaret Tart, The Life of Quong Tart or, How A Foreigner Succeeded in A British Community, W. M. Maclardy, Sydney, 1911 Sydney Morning Herald, 24 May 1897, p. 6, http://nla.gov.au/nla.newsarticle14108396
  • 15. The south China coast from the Pearl River Delta to Amoy The passenger shipping route from Australia to China, 1904 Eastern & Australian Steamship Company’s Illustrated Handbook to the East, 1904, p. xvii
  • 16. Six of the seven Yee Wing children who travelled to Hong Kong from Sydney, 1921 NAA: SP42/1, 1921/10113
  • 17. Ada, Dempsey and Glory Hong who travelled to China from Alice Springs, 1919 NAA: E752, 1919/67; E752, 1919/68; E752, 1919/69
  • 18. Horace and Ernest Sung Yee who went to China from Sydney, 1909 NAA: ST84/1, 1909/20/21-30
  • 19. Unknown family group, possibly at Inverell, NSW http://handle.slv.vic.gov.au/10381/45774
  • 20. kate.bagnall@gmail.com chineseaustralia.org Annie Gan, Teddy Chung Ah Gan and their eldest four children in Melbourne before departing for Hong Kong, 1917 NAA: B13, 1933/22224