Conviction – The 1827 fight for rights at Parramatta Female Factory

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An estimated 5000 convict women went though the Parramatta Female Factory. The Colonial Government might have thought they owned them, but their life experiences and personal convictions led to the first workers action in Australia, the 1827 riot.
Discover what the women’s lives were like and find out more about this little known event that helped shape Australia’s history.

Gay Hendriksen – 2015
ISBN: 9780646944500

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Weight 124 g
Dimensions 21 × 15 × .5 cm