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Women who made their mark
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Creator : Coorey, Phillip
Source : Advertiser, 8 May 2001, p. 7, col. a-d
Place Of Creation : Adelaide
Date of creation : 2001
Format : Newspaper
Contributor : State Library of South Australia
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To mark the Centenary of Federation and to aknowledge the role of women in Australia's history, the Victorian government compiled a list of 127 Australian women who had made their mark. South Australians on the list included Sister Mary MacKillop, author Catherine Helen Spence, politician Janine Haines, arts activist Robyn Archer, and judge and governor Dame Roma Mitchell.
Related names :

Archer, Robyn, 1948-
Haines, Janine, 1945-2004
Heysen, Nora, 1911-2003

MacKillop, Mary, 1842-1909
Mitchell, Roma, Dame, 1913-2000
Reid, Margaret (Margaret Elizabeth), 1935-
Spence, Catherine Helen, 1825-1910

Coverage year : 2001
Period : 20th century
Further reading :
Greater than their knowing : a glimpse of South Australian women 1836-1986, Netley, S. Aust.: Wakefield Press, 1986
Jones, Helen. In her own name : a history of women in South Australia from 1836, Kent Town, S. Aust.: Wakefield Press, 1994
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