Author:John Dunmore Lang

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John Dunmore Lang

Australian Presbyterian clergyman, writer, politician and activist, was the first prominent advocate of an independent Australian nation and of Australian republicanism

John Dunmore Lang


  • An Historical and Statistical Account of New South Wales, both as a Penal Settlement and as a British Colony
  • View of the origin and migrations of the Polynesian nation (1834) (external scan)
  • Transportation and Colonization (1837) (transcription project)
  • New Zealand in 1839: Position and Prospects of its Inhabitants
  • Religion and Education in America (1840)
  • Cooksland in north-eastern Australia (1847) (external scan)
  • Phillipsland (1847) (external scan)
  • The Australian Emigrant's Manual (transcription project)
  • Freedom and Independence for Australia (1852) (external scan)
  • Queensland, Australia; a highly eligible field for emigration and the future cotton-field of Great Britian; with a disquisition on the origin, manners and customs of the Aborigines (external scan)
  • The Coming Event! or Freedom and Independence for the Seven United Provinces of Australia (1876) (external scan)
  • Aurora Australis (1826)
    a series of poems

Works about Lang[edit]

Some or all works by this author were published before January 1, 1928, and are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.