A Quaker-Chartist

HRC SEMINAR

Among the unsung figures of Australia’s Liberal political history, Joseph Jones (1824–1887), a Welsh Quaker emigrant, does not figure highly. Indeed, the Australian Dictionary of Biography provides only a brief insight into his life. And yet Jones was a colourful character and is certainly worthy of greater scrutiny as an entrepreneur in Ballarat, Victoria, and later a politician who staunchly advocated free-trade and other liberal values in the Victorian goldfields.

Date & time

Tue 03 Mar 2020, 4.30–5.45pm

Location

Sir Roland Wilson Building Theatrette (2.02), 120 McCoy Circuit, ANU

Speakers

Dr Richard Allen

Event series

Contacts

Prof Will Christie

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