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  • Paine, Michelle, 'Child abuse fighter dies', The Mercury, 4 November 2009, http://prelive.themercury.com.au/article/2009/11/04/107681_tasmania-news.html. Details
  • Parliament of Tasmania, Legislative Council Select Committee, Ashley, youth justice and detention, Government Printer, Hobart, 2007, http://www.parliament.tas.gov.au/CTEE/REPORTS/LCSC%20Ashley%20and%20Youth%20Justice%20REPORT.pdf. Details
  • Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works: Ashley Home for Boys re-building proposals, Government of Tasmania, Hobart, 28 October 1952, 4 pp. Details
  • Parry, Naomi, ''Such a longing': black and white children in welfare in New South Wales and Tasmania 1880-1940', Thesis, University of New South Wales, 2007. Details
  • 'Partly deaf kiddies to move into special hostel', The Mercury, 27 July 1951, p. 8, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article27043174. Details
  • 'Party at Wingfield', The Mercury, 20 December 1946, p. 4, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article26374905. Details
  • 'Passing of the Home of Mercy', March 1953, pp. 6-7. Details
  • Paterson, Jai, 70 years of Tasmania's St Giles, 1937-2007, St Giles Society, Launceston, 2007, 29 pp. Details
  • Paul, Carleen, From Darkness to Light, Advance Publicity (printers), Lindisfarne, Tasmania, 2000, 19 pp. Details
  • Pearce, Kim, 'The Queen's Orphan Asylum - New Town', in Terry and Evans (eds), Hobart's history: the first two hundred years. Papers and proceedings of the conference held by the Professional Historians Association of Tasmania on 4 October 1997, Hobart, 1998, pp. 19-34. Details
  • Pearce, Kim, 'Orphan schools', in The companion to Tasmanian history, Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies, 2006, http://www.utas.edu.au/library/companion_to_tasmanian_history/O/Orphan%20Schools.htm. Details
  • Pearce, Kim and Doyle, Susan, New Town: a social history, Hobart City Council, Hobart, 2002, 144 pp. Details
  • Pearce, Vicki, 'Petersen, Alicia Teresa Jane O'Shea', in Australian Dictionary of Biography, http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/petersen-alicia-teresa-jane-oshea-13151. Details
  • Pearce, Vicki, ''A few viragos on an old stump': the womanhood suffrage campaign in Tasmania, 1880-1920', Tasmanian Historical Research Association: papers and proceedings, vol. 32, no. 4, 1985, pp. 151-164. Details
  • 'Personal', The Mercury, Obituary of Frederick Robert Seager, 5 May 1913, p. 4, http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/10283766?searchTerm=%. Details
  • Petrow, Stefan, ''Boiling over': Edith Waterworth and criminal law reform in Tasmania, 1917-1924', Tasmanian Historical Studies, vol. 4, 1994. Details
  • Petrow, Stefan, Sanatorium of the South? Public health and politics in Hobart and Launceston, 1875-1914, Tasmanian Historical Research Association, Hobart, 1995, 218 pp. Details
  • Phillips, Derek, Making a more adequate provision: state education in Tasmania, 1839-1985, Education Department, Hobart, 1985, 394 pp. Details
  • 'A Piece of the Story': National Directory of Records of Catholic Organisations Caring for Children Separated from Families, Australian Catholic Social Welfare Commission & Australian Conference of Leaders of Religious Institutes, 1999, http://www.cssa.org.au/storage/A%20Piece%20of%20the%20Story.pdf. Details
  • Piper, Andrew Kenneth Shaw, Beyond the Convict System: the Aged Poor and Institutionalisation in Colonial Tasmania, University of Tasmania, 2003, http://eprints.utas.edu.au/8306/. Details
  • 'Playmates', Advocate (Burnie), Newspaper article illlustrated with a photograph of unnamed children from Launceston Girls' Home and Kennerley Boys' Home playing a game., 16 January 1952, p. 3, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article69243317. Details
  • 'Plea for dropping of the word 'cripple'', Examiner, 24 November 1965. Details
  • 'Praise for achievements of Hagley Farm School', Advocate (Burnie), 9 September 1953, p. 5, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-page1863090. Details
  • 'Premier launches appeal to build new Kennerley Homes', The Mercury, 24 June 1969, p. 6. Details
  • 'Premier to open boys' hostel', The Mercury (Hobart), 17 August 1951, p. 7, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article27028231. Details
  • The Prevention of Cruelty to and Better Protection of Children Act 1895 (TAS), 1895. Details
  • 'Probe to be held into Weeroona', The Mercury, 17 October 1973, p. 2. Details
  • 'The Protestant Anchorage Home', The Mercury (Hobart), 23 September 1920, p. 4, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article11493038. Details
  • Public Charities Act 1873 (TAS), 1873. Details
  • Public Service Act 1905 (TAS), 1905. Details
  • Public Service Act 1918 (TAS), 1918. Details
  • Public Service Act 1923 (TAS), 1923. Details
  • Public Service Commissioner and Public Service Appeal Board, Report of the Public Service Commissioner into allegations concerning conditions and treatment of inmates at Weeroona Girls' Home and the decision and report of the Public Service Appeal Board on the appeal of Walter Bailey Pridmore against decision of the Public Service Commissioner thereof, Hobart, 1965, 16 pp. Details
  • Public Service Tribunal Act 1958 (TAS), 1958. Details
  • 'Pursuit of happiness: Hagley Farm School 2', The Mercury (Hobart), 11 February 1943, p. 16, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-page1863090. Details
  • Purtscher, Joyce, Unnamed Irish boys on convict ships 1841-1843, sent to Queen's Orphanage, Hobart, Van Diemen's Land, J. Purtscher, Hobart. Details
  • Purtscher, Joyce, Children in Queen's Orphanage, Hobart Town, 1828-1863, Consists chiefly of lists of children and parents., I. Schaffer, New Town, 1993. Details
  • Purtscher, Joyce, Applications for Queen's Orphanage, Hobart Town 1858-1878, I. Schaffer, New Town, 1993. Details
  • Purtscher, Joyce, Infants at Queen's Orphanage Hobart 1851-1863, Consists chiefly of lists of children and parents., Van Dieman's Land & Norfolk Island Interest Group, Hobart, 1993. Details
  • Purtscher, Joyce, 'Queen's Orphanage Hobart Town 1828-1879', This paper was presented to a meeting of the Female Factory Resource Group in November 2007. It includes a long passage describing the institution in 1849, a transcription of a dispatch by Lieut-Governor Sir W Denision to Earl Grey in 1849., 2007, http://www.femalefactory.com.au/FFRG/pdfs/QOS.pdf. Details