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McConnel, Katie (2009) A palace for His Excellency: Queensland's Old Government House. Australian Heritage, Spring 16-18.
McConnel, Katherine (2009) The centrepiece of colonial Queensland's celebration and commemoration of Royalty and Empire: Government House, Brisbane. Queensland Review, 16 2: 15-28.
McConnel, Katherine (2006) Orderly radical hoarders: The Fryer Library's Radical Politics Collection on show at the Museum of Brisbane. Fryer Folios, 1 1: 3-5.
McConnel, Katie (2006) Brisbane: An 'earthly paradise' of 'utmost dread' 1824-1842. Australian Heritage, 5 29-34.
McConnell, K. (2004) The Federal movement and provincialism 1850s-1880s. University of Queensland Historical Proceedings, 15 1: 11-33.
Mc-Connel, K. and Saunders, K. E. (2000) 'The Question of the day!': The maintenance of racial rhetoric in Queensland, Australia: William Lane and Pauline Hanson as racial ideologues. Migrants and Minorities, 19 3: 45-66.
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McConnel, Katherine (2007). "Dangerous Gales Likely": Queensland's 'weather prophet' Clement Wragge. In: Queensland Connection Series, Queensland Museum, (). 6 June 2007.
McConnel, Katherine (2006). The Problematic, the positive and the pecular: Public Responses to Taking to the Streets: Two Decades that Changed Brisbane, 1965-1985. In: History Research Seminar, University of Queensland Brisbane, Australia, (). August 2006.
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