Other resources
  • London labour and the London poor by Henry Mayhew.  A four-volume publication describing in great detail, life in London in the 19th century. NOTE: If you have trouble obtaining copies of these volumes, it has been digitised.  Click here for a digital version of Volume 1, as well as other publications on life in London in the 19th century.
  • Fate of the artful dodger : Parkhurst boys transported to Australia and New Zealand 1842-1852 by Paul Buddee Perth, W.A. St George Books, 1984.
  • The convict ships 1787-1868 by Charles Bateson. Sydney, N.S.W. Library of Australian History, 1983.
  • The intolerable hulks: British shipboard confinement, 1776-1857 by Charles Campbell. Tucson, Ariz. Fenestra Books, 2001.
  • Pack of thieves? : 52 Port Arthur lives by Hamish Maxwell-Stewart and Susan Hood.  Port Arthur, Tas. Port Arthur Historic Site Management Authority, 2001.
  • Old Bailey Online  A comprehensive website providing trial proceedings of the Old Bailey in London.
  • What are our basic needs?  Click here for details of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs.