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What a Capital Idea – Australia 1770-1901

by Christopher Reynolds

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The new book What a Capital Idea – Australia 1770-1901 lifts the lid off the Australian story and present the most comprehensive and accurate record of Australian history ever published.

Author, Christopher Reynolds, explains: “What a Capital Idea is not just another history book that runs through the events of Australia’s history since settlement. I thoroughly investigate the reasons for political and commercial decisions – chasing down the money trail and looking for the context and people behind events like never before.”

Reynolds, uses his wide ranging knowledge to analyse original legislation, documents and personal accounts to reveal the political, social and economic forces that created and moulded Australia’s development. By exploring historical events from the perspectives of sociology, law, and political science, it is the breadth of perspective, the depth of consideration, and the focuses on economic development that makes this work unique. Indeed, at every turn, the research challenges the validity of the prevailing narrative of Australia’s history. Yet, the scholarship is tempered by an easy-to-read style that draws the reader on like a novel.

ISBN: 978-0-6489715-3-5    Hard Cover Book         Number of Pages: 500        Published: October, 2023     Language – English    Publisher – Reynold Learning   Size – 8 x 10 in./ – 203 x 254 mm.-

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Guide Book for Convicts and Tourists

Christopher Reynolds

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If you are standing on the dock in Sydney cove, there are probably two reasons you are there: You have been sent or you have come to have a look around. In any case, you will need this Guide Book for Convicts and Tourists to get a feel for the local society. The Guide Book will tell you stories about the colony and of some interesting people who have lived here.

Oh, and if you have been sent, hang around. Someone will be along shortly to sort you out. And, um, good luck with that.

Wacky Australia

Christopher Reynolds

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Published: 2023

What a Wacky place. London city folk sent to the other side of the earth to live in the bush and deal with the flies. While people wanted to have endless parties, they got into some bother and mischief along the way.

Wacky Australia has a look at the funny side of people’s lives and adventures in the 1700s and 1800s and is written for children to enjoy reading Australian history.