Covid-19 brings some benefits, after all. The Royal Australian Historical Society has kindly made its June edition open access and you can find it here.
In this edition of JRAHS, you will find the following articles:
The elusive Reginald Benjamin Levien: Victoria’s commercial agent in Asia, fraudster, recidivist (James Cotton); Anna Blackwell: Sydney Morning Herald correspondent in Paris, 1860-1890 (Patricia Clarke); Speculator, Settler, Selector, Surveyor: Surveyors and Land Laws, 1860s to 1880s (Terry Kass); No Band of Brothers: Officers and internal politics in the 19th Australian Infantry Battalion, 1915-1918 (William Westerman); Percy Gledhill’s memorial to Aboriginal People (Keith Amos).
27 July 2020