Publications by: Sandi Robb

Also publishes as (Sandra Robb)

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Robb, Sandi (2019) Daughters of the Flowery Land: Chinese Women in Queensland, 1860–1920. Chinese Southern Diaspora Studies, 8. pp. 151-167.

Robb, Sandi (2019) North Queensland's Chinese family landscape: 1860-1920. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Robb, Sandi, and Leong, Joe (2016) Casting seeds to the wind: my journey to North Queensland. In: Grimwade, Gordon, Rains, Kevin, and Dunk, Melissa, (eds.) Rediscovered Past: Chinese networks. Chinese Heritage in North Australia Incorporated, East Ipswich, QLD, Australia, pp. 1-6.

Li, Wendy, Forbes, Amy, and Robb, Sandra (2016) Your stories, our histories: 150 Years of mixed marriages and war brides in Townsville and their contribution to the success of multiculturalism in Townsville. Report. James Cook University, Townsville, QLD, Australia.

Wegner, Janice, and Robb, Sandi (2014) Chinese in the sugar: a case study of Ingham and Halifax in the Lower Herbert District. In: Robb, Sandi, and Rains, Kevin, (eds.) Rediscovered Past: Chinese tropical Australia. Chinese Heritage in North Australia, East Ipswich, QLD, Australia, pp. 4-13.

Robb, Sandra (2012) Cairns Chinatown: a heritage study. Cairns and District Chinese Association Incorporation, Cairns, QLD.

Robb, Sandi (2012) Mar and Mar: a tale of two Chinese gardeners at Winton. In: Hoy, Kevin Wong, and Rains, Kevin, (eds.) Rediscovered Past: valuing Chinese across the north. Chinese Heritage in Northern Australia Inc., Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 36-46.

Robb, Sandi, and Dusting, Rob (2007) Extreme beginnings: the effect of cyclones on the development of Innisfail Far North Queensland. In: [Presented at eXtreme Heritage 2007: Australia ICOMOS Conference]. From: eXtreme Heritage 2007: Australia ICOMOS Conference, 19-21 July 2007, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

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