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State Library of Queensland - Persons called before Queensland Government committees 1860-1920

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This index lists details of persons called before select committees, royal commissions and boards of enquiry, as published in the Queensland Legislative Assembly Votes and Proceedings from 1860-1901 and the Queensland Parliamentary Papers from 1902-1920. Approximately eight thousand people provided information at these enquiries. They came from a variety of backgrounds, including civil servants, miners, farmers, graziers, labourers, railway employees, publicans, builders, seaman, clergyman and police.

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Explanatory information - Persons called before Queensland government committees 1860-1920
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