Standard Name: Chisholm, Caroline
Birth Name: Caroline Jones
Married Name: Caroline Chisholm
Australia, and her writing was primarily dedicated to this cause. She produced numerous tracts on emigration issues, collected autobiographical statements from settlers, and wrote editorials and delivered lectures on settlement issues, as well as composing one novella. These works, in conjunction with 's untiring activist efforts, contributed to her prominent status as a public figure.devoted much of her life to helping British nineteenth-century emigrants (particularly women and working-class families) to travel to
Chisholm, Caroline. Comfort for the Poor! Meat Three Times a Day!!. John Ollivier, 1847.
Chisholm, Caroline. Emigration and Transportation Relatively Considered; in a letter, dedicated, by permission, to Earl Grey. John Ollivier, 1847.
Chisholm, Caroline. Female Immigration Considered, in a Brief Account of the Sydney Immigrant’s Home. James Tegg, 1842.
Moran, John, and Caroline Chisholm. “Introduction and Commentary”. Radical, in Bonnet and Shawl: Four Political Lectures, Preferential Publications, 1994, pp. 1 - 12, 30.
Chisholm, Caroline. Little Joe. Editor Moran, John, Preferential Publications, 1991.
Chisholm, Caroline. Radical, in Bonnet and Shawl: Four Political Lectures. Editor Moran, John, Preferential Publications, 1994.
Chisholm, Caroline. The A. B. C. of Colonization. John Ollivier, 1850.
Chisholm, Caroline. The Story of the Life of Mrs. Caroline Chisholm, the Emigrant’s Friend, and Her Adventures in Australia. Trelawney Saunders, 1852.
Chisholm, Caroline. What Has Mrs. Caroline Chisholm Done for the Colony of New South Wales?. James Cole, 1862.