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Australia’s Fertility Transition

Alf and Emma Gale (1890 Marriage cohort) with their son Athol, Marrawah, Tasmania, 1915

Alf and Emma Gale (1890 marriage cohort) with their son Athol (‘Beau’), Marrawah, Tasmania, 1915

Source: Stanley Discovery Museum, Stanley, Tasmania.

Joseph Harrington, train driver, (1890 Marriage cohort), Waratah, Tasmania, 1907

Joseph Harrington, train driver (1890 marriage cohort), Waratah, Tasmania, 1907

Source: Waratah Museum.

Eliza Fleming (1860 Marriage cohort), Oatlands, Tasmania, c. 1880

Eliza Fleming (1860 marriage cohort), Oatlands, Tasmania, c. 1880

Source: Oatlands History Room.

Childhood home of Joseph Lyons, son of Michael and Ellen Lyons (1870 Marriage cohort), Stanley, Tasmania

Childhood home of Joseph Lyons, son of Michael and Ellen Lyons (1870 marriage cohort), Stanley, Tasmania

Source: P. McDonald.

Woolmers House, Woolmers Estate, home of Thomas and Eleanor Archer (1890 Marriage cohort), Longford, Tasmania

Woolmers House, Woolmers Estate, home of Thomas and Eleanor Archer (1890 marriage cohort), Longford, Tasmania

Source: P. McDonald.

Penghana School, Queenstown, Tasmania, c. 1900

Penghana School, Queenstown, Tasmania, c. 1900

Source: Eric Thomas Galley Museum, Queenstown, Tasmania.

Timber Family, near Queenstown, Tasmania, c. 1895

Timber family, near Queenstown, Tasmania, c. 1895

Source: Eric Thomas Galley Museum, Queenstown, Tasmania.

Employees of the Oohan Silver Mine, Zeehan, Tasmania 1894

Employees of the Oohan Silver Mine, Zeehan, Tasmania, 1894

Source: West Coast Pioneers’ Memorial Museum, Zeehan, Tasmania.

Sheffield Women’s Cricket Team playing a Devonport Team at Sheffield, Tasmania, 1906

Sheffield Women’s Cricket Team playing a Devonport Team at Sheffield, Tasmania, 1906

Source: Kentish History Museum, Sheffield, Tasmania.

Queenstown Tennis Club, Queenstown, Tasmania, 1898

Queenstown Tennis Club, Queenstown, Tasmania, 1898

Source: Eric Thomas Galley Museum, Queenstown, Tasmania.

Advertisement by W.J. Rendell for female contraceptives, including Rendell’s pessaries, in Annie Besant’s book ‘The Law of Population’

Advertisement by W.J. Rendell for female contraceptives, including Rendell’s pessaries, in Annie Besant’s book The Law of Population

Source: Besant (1887: 47).

Illustrations of female contraceptives in an advertisement in Annie Besant’s book ‘The Law of Population’

Illustrations of female contraceptives in an advertisement in Annie Besant’s book The Law of Population

Source: Besant (1887: 48).

Diagram of female reproductive system, with and without a contraceptive device inserted, in Brettena Smyth’s book ‘The Limitation of Offspring’

Diagram of female reproductive system, with and without a contraceptive device inserted, in Brettena Smyth’s book The Limitation of Offspring

Source: Smyth (1893: 25).


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