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The community takes action : the Carlton residents association.

Chambers, Susan 2004, The community takes action : the Carlton residents association.. In Yule, Peter (ed), Carlton : a history, Melbourne University Publishing, Carlton, Vic., pp.166-174.

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Title The community takes action : the Carlton residents association.
Author(s) Chambers, Susan
Title of book Carlton : a history
Editor(s) Yule, Peter
Publication date 2004
Chapter number 17
Total chapters 50
Start page 166
End page 174
Total pages 9
Publisher Melbourne University Publishing
Place of Publication Carlton, Vic.
Summary Since its streets first came to life with a clatter of hooves and rumble of carriage wheels, Carlton has become well known for its diverse ethnic and social character. From the bourgeoisie in the elegant terraces of Drummond Street to the street urchins and prostitutes of a once-seedy Bouverie Street, from student radicals at the University of Melbourne to the tailors and restaurateurs of Lygon, its residents have made the suburb an exciting and distinctive quarter of Melbourne.

Some of the city's greatest political and social controversies were played out here, including the eight-hour-day campaign of the 1850s and the Carlton Association's fight against the Housing Commission in the 1960s. Carlton's passion overflows onto the football field in support of one of Victoria's most successful football clubs.

A celebration of one of the most fascinating suburbs in Melbourne, Carlton: A History richly evokes the vibrant and colourful character of Carlton, today and yesterday.

ISBN 0522850618
9780522850611
Language eng
Field of Research 120102 Architectural Heritage and Conservation
HERDC Research category B2 Book chapter in non-commercially published book
Copyright notice ©2004, Melbourne University Publishing Ltd. and The Carlton residents association
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30010833

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