National Archives of Australia and Archives NZ. Australian painters. John Glover (1767-1849), Australian landscape with cattle: the artist's property Patterdale, c. 1835, oil on canvas.
Image courtesy of the : an2253188. When the first artists arrived in colonial Australia from Europe in the late 18th century, they were confronted by images and scenery the likes of which they had never seen: Famous Australian Poets and Poems. Australian Olympic Committee: Olympian Search. Every Australian Olympian and their Games results can be found here.
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Australian History: Post Federation: Sporting Achievements. During the century of world wars and the Great Depression, Australia achieved great heights in sporting achievements.
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Follow the links below to learn about their lives and the times in which they lived. The National Museum of Australia has a range of objects related to prime ministers. For information on the current Prime Minister Tony Abbott, please visit the official Prime Minister's website. Prime ministers are listed in order from earliest to latest, starting with Edmund Barton. Profiles. Provided here are both outlines and stories of the lives of female convicts.
Outlines These 12 profiles of convict women provide a brief outline of their lives. More detailed stories of the convicts marked with an asterix (**) can be found in Convict Lives: Women at Cascades Female Factory. More information on Dorah Burke and Judith Farrell can be found in A Drift of 'Derwent Ducks'. Pictures - Convict portraits, Port Arthur, 1874 [picture] Convicts To Australia ... Some Tales. Colourful accounts of individual convicts, listed under the ship on which they arrived.
(Please note there are some links to pages which are not on this site). Active (3rd Fleet), arrived NSW 26/9/1791. Browse Convicts. Meet a convict. Convicts To Australia ... Research Guide - Timeline. The colony of VAN DIEMEN'S LAND was established in its own right and its name was officially changed to TASMANIA on 01/01/1856. The first settlement was made at Risdon on 11/09/1803 when Lieut John Bowen landed with about 50 settlers, crew, soldiers and convicts. The site proved unsuitable and was abandoned in August 1804. Lieut-Col David Collins finally established a successful settlement at Hobart in February 1804 with a party of about 260 people, including 178 convicts. (Collins had previously attempted a settlement in Victoria.)
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Aboard on the voyage to Botany Bay, were the Master, Captain Francis Walton, Assistant Surgeon Thomas Arnell and Marines, Captain James Meredith, Lieutenant Ralph Clark, and Lieutenant William. As the smallest of the transports Friendship probably carried a crew of around 20. National Treasures – Endeavour Journal (2004. Clip description Written on board the Endeavour during his trip down under in 1770, James Cook’s journal records the beginning of Australia as we know it today. Curator’s notes Captain James Cook FRS RN (27 October 1728–14 February 1779) was an English explorer, navigator and cartographer. Www.achistoryunits.edu.au/verve/_resources/Htaa_first_fleet_daily_routine.pdf.
Convicts To Australia ... Research Guide - Life at Sea. Convicts were housed below decks on the prison deck and further confined behind bars. In many cases they were restrained in chains and were only allowed on deck for fresh air and exercise. Conditions were cramped and they slept on hammocks. Very little information seems to be available about the layout of convict ships but a few books do contain artists impressions and reproductions of images held in library collections. Although the six convict ships, three supply ships and two naval ships of the first fleet arrived with their cargo of 780-odd convicts in relatively good condition, the same cannot be said for those that followed during the rest of the century.
Joseph Banks' Endeavour Journal. First Fleet Fellowship Victoria Inc. First fleet. Australia's First Fleet. History of Moreton Bay Convict Settlement and Penal Colony. History of Moreton Bay Convict Settlement and Penal Colony. New Page 0. The Journal of Captain Patrick Logan. Ancient Australian History. Convict Records. Sydney Living Museums. Topics: Ireland-Australia transportation database. British Convict Transportation Registers Database. Convict tokens. The Official Globe Trekker WebsiteThe Official Globe Trekker Website. The convict system. History Timelines. Australia's Wartime History - Digital Education Resources. Australia's Wartime History - Digital Education Resources. Australia's Wartime History - Digital Education Resources. History - Digital Education Resources. Australia's Wartime History - Digital Education Resources. History - Digital Education Resources.
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