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Jessie Mitchell Jessie Mitchell i(A138281 works by)
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in 2019, her Taking Liberty: Indigenous Rights and Settler Self-government in Colonial Australia, 1830-1890 (with Ann Curthoys) was shortlisted for the NSW Premier's History Award.

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2006 winner The Australian Historical Association Awards Serle Award for Flesh, Dreams and Spirit: Life on Aboriginal Mission Stations 1825–1850 A History of Cross-Cultural Connections

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon Remembering Mardion Strawberry Hills : Spineless Wonders , 2014 11448043 2014 single work short story

''Remembering Mardion' takes us back to Ancient Egypt, to the time of Cleopatra, and invites us to take part in the adventures of Mardion, a mysterious servant who served Cleopatra towards the end of her reign.

'This tale shows us that even the most lowly and seemingly-nondescript servants can have their own secrets, and indeed their own part to play in the great events of history.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2014 finalist
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