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The book Extending Mathematical Understanding (EMU) Intervention outlines the theoretical underpinnings for the EMU Intervention Program, and is the primary resource for EMU Specialist teachers. It is a useful tool for classroom mathematics teachers wanting advice on supporting students who are mathematically vulnerable.
Born in 1862 at Bullengarook in central Victoria, O’Donnell graduated in medicine, married New Zealand-born Molly Bruen and for many years, based in West Melbourne, they were community leaders and prominent campaigners for Irish Home Rule. Nicholas was was a Gaelic scholar and one of the founders of the Celtic Club.
The central station of the Goulburn River Aboriginal Protectorate District at what is now Murchison, operated from 1840 until 1853, and is a significant post-contact Aboriginal site on the Goulburn River. It was the focus of interaction between Aboriginal communities, particularly the Daungwurrung, Ngurai-illam wurrung, and Yorta Yorta peoples, government officials and settlers during the early years of contact in the Port Phillip District. The site continued to hold significance to Aboriginal people after the 1850s, linking pre- and post-contact histories and geographies.
One hundred and nineteen years after Anastasia Withers sewed the Eureka Flag, her great granddaughter, Val D’Angri, helped to conserve this nationally significant icon.
This book gives a brief overview of Eureka, the significance of the Eureka Flag, and looks at conflicting stories about the Flag’s origins.
The construction and conservation of the Eureka Flag is outlined in section four. For example, did you know that a dressmakerís pin was found in a seam of the flag during conservation?
Deeper Leads: New Approaches to Victorian Goldfields History
Professor Keir Reeves & Dr David Nicholls (editors)
During Victoria’s goldrush many Italian speakers sought their fortune on the Jim Crow Goldfields (Now Daylesford and Hepburn Springs). This book looks at the achievements of those settlers and their descendants including food (bullboar), wine, mineral water, architecture, sport, art and so much more.
Freemasons on the Goldfields is an intriguing story of men and lodges, secrets, symbols, jealousies, achievements and civic pride. It traces the craft from the early stonemasons and cathedral builders of Europe to the establishments of lodges in Australia and Victoria.
This book shows how the growth of freemasonry in Ballarat reflected the rapid expansion in welfare and services, the growth of commerce, the interest and support for education and the arts, and the beautification of the environment.
An easy to read overview of Eureka. Full colour illustrations throughout. Suitable for use in schools.
Look into the faces of Eureka’s Women. The story of Eureka through a women’s perspective. Short biographies of many of the women who played active roles during the Eureka Affair. Women were actively involved at the Monster Meetings, the making of the Eureka Flag, and tending the wounded.
Ballarat Views features beautiful full colour photographs, and blends the new with the old, while highlighting many of Ballarat’s features such as grand streetscapes and impressive architecture. Sebastopol, Ballarat East and Wendouree, suburbs of Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, are all covered. Lake Wendouree under snow, dry as a bone, and on fire add interest. A perfect souvenir of Ballarat, this book is a good size and weight for posting overseas or interstate.