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Mort Cottage Mother & Children - Fairbridge Molong 1962 (Robert J Sellers middle & rear next to Cottage Mother) at the back next to the Mort Cottage Mother. Port Arthur, History Teachers, Mother And Child, Tasmania, Colleges, Historical Sites, Libraries, Museums, Schools

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Mort Cottage Mother & Children - Fairbridge Molong 1962 (Robert J Sellers middle & rear next to Cottage Mother) at the back next to the Mort Cottage Mother.

The children attend school at the Fairbridge Primary School. Image courtesy Bigrigg Collection, Molong and District Historical Society Historical Society, Historical Sites, Australian Photography, British Schools, Port Arthur, British Home, History Teachers, Primary School, Colleges

Life at Fairbridge | Fairbridge and the Molong Community

The children attend school at the Fairbridge Primary School. Image courtesy Bigrigg Collection, Molong and District Historical Society

The Fairbridge children were taught skills such as tree and vegetable planting. Image courtesy Bigrigg Collection – Molong and District Historical Society Historical Society, Historical Sites, Kids Stealing, Australian Photography, Losing A Child, History Teachers, Tasmania, Colleges, Libraries

Fairbridge and the Molong Community | Fairbridge and the Molong Community

The Fairbridge children were taught skills such as tree and vegetable planting. Image courtesy Bigrigg Collection – Molong and District Historical Society

Fairbridge children were involved in Junior Farmers Club and in exhibited at Shows. The Club exhibited with great success. Images courtesy Bigrigg Collection – Molong and District Historical Society Historical Society, Historical Sites, Success Images, Kids Stealing, Australian Photography, Port Arthur, British Home, History Teachers, Tasmania

Fairbridge and the Molong Community | Fairbridge and the Molong Community

Fairbridge children were involved in Junior Farmers Club and in exhibited at Shows. The Club exhibited with great success. Images courtesy Bigrigg Collection – Molong and District Historical Society

Australia Apologizes to Forced Child Migrants History Teachers, Colleges, Historical Sites, Things To Know, Vintage Images, Libraries, Museums, Schools, Galleries

Australia Apologizes to Forced Child Migrants

From the New York Times: In an emotional address in Canberra, with many in the audience weeping, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd issued a national apology for Australia’s role in child migrant programs t…

Britain’s Child Migrants History Teachers, Working Class, Historical Sites, Agriculture, Farming, Britain, Australia, Education, Work Clothes

Britain’s Child Migrants | Exodus: Movement of the People

Toward the end of the 19th century, Britain was facing significant social and economic trouble. Deprivation, homelessness and neglect were endemic throughout

For nearly six decades, thousands of children were transported from Britain to help boost Australia's population. The child migrants were promised oranges and sunshine. Instead, they were put to work and often abused. Orphan Train, Innocence Lost, Appreciate Life, Innocent Child, Losing Faith, Strange Photos, Australian Curriculum, Poor Children, Victoria Australia

For nearly six decades, thousands of children were transported from Britain to help boost Australia's population. The child migrants were promised oranges and sunshine. Instead, they were put to work and often abused.

Life at Fairbridge Historical Society, Historical Sites, Port Arthur, History Teachers, Colleges, Libraries, Museums, Schools, Galleries

National Apologies | Fairbridge and the Molong Community

Fairbridge Farm School

'On their own: Britain's child migrants' is a travelling exhibition from the Australian National Maritime Museum and National Museums Liverpool. It is at the National Archives of Australia in Canberra until February 10 Picture: Molong Historical Society Granada, Women In History, Family History, Australian Curriculum, Losing A Child, History Teachers, Vintage School, National Archives, Old Photos

On their own: Britain's child migrants

An exhibition at Australia's National Archives looks at the stories of British children sent to live in the Commonwealth.

Children on plough with a 14 horse team at Fairbridge Farm School, Molong. Image courtesy Bigrigg Collection, Molong and District Historical Society Vintage Horse, Vintage Farm, Historical Society, Historical Sites, Kids Stealing, Australian Photography, Heritage Center, History Teachers, Draft Horses

The Fairbridge Scheme | Fairbridge and the Molong Community

Children on plough with a 14 horse team at Fairbridge Farm School, Molong. Image courtesy Bigrigg Collection, Molong and District Historical Society

The daily duties at Fairbridge Farm School included collecting eggs from the poultry shed. Image coutesy Bigrigg Collection, Molong and District Historical Society Historical Society, Historical Sites, Agricultural Engineering, Australian Photography, Farm Boys, Losing A Child, History Teachers, 10 Year Old, Colleges

Life at Fairbridge | Fairbridge and the Molong Community

The daily duties at Fairbridge Farm School included collecting eggs from the poultry shed. Image coutesy Bigrigg Collection, Molong and District Historical Society