Queensland compared with other States, 1908

1 January 1908
17 November 2010
17 November 2010



Queensland compared with other States, 1908. From Land seekers guide to Queensland, Brisbane, Pulsfields, 1908

Group of sugar growers and families, Innisfail, North Queensland. Sure proof of a white race living and thriving in the Queensland tropics.

Collection of the Centre for the Government of Queensland

Queensland possesses two Indigenous groups: Australian Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders.

One of the first provisions made by the new Queensland Parliament in May 1860 was to encourage immigration to the vast land area encompassed by the newly declared colony. By the end of the yea

Population Table, Queensland 1860-84, detail from Robert McLean (ed), The new atlas of Australia, Queensland, John Sands, Sydney 1886, p 11
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