Australia for ever! WW1

Soldiers return home after essay We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us.

Australian aboriginals ca 1890

Australian aboriginals ca 1890 location and tribe not known. Aboriginal group pose for white man photo.

NSW Australia A Bank of New South Wales 'tent branch' in the goldfields at West Wyalong.

The Bank of New South Wales 'tent branch' in the goldfields at West Wyalong, NSW, Australia.

Images of Australia: the Tyrrell Collection of photographs of Australia's history Sydney Harbour 1903

Sydney Harbour from the grounds of the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron, season opening day, 1903 - Images of Australia: the Tyrrell Collection of photographs of Australia's history

Horse Ferry at Bennelong Point. Site of the current Opera house

Horse Ferry at Bennelong Point. Picture taken from "A Nation in the Making: Australia at the Dawn of the Modern Era" by Alasdair McGregor. Published by Australian Geographic, November 2011

Fort Macquarie from Blues Point Road, North Sydney (with Milsons Point left) 1870-75 (American & Australasian Photographic Company - SLNSW). Thanks Steve W Teece.

Fort Macquarie from Blues Point Road, North Sydney (with Milsons Point left) (American & Australasian Photographic Company - SLNSW). Thanks Steve W Teece.

Early settlers housed in Hessian and bark shelters at Stanthorpe, Queensland.1872. v@e

Hessian and bark shelters at Stanthorpe, 1872 - Four men pose in front of bush dwellings at Stanthorpe. The dwellings are constructed of hessian walls and rough bark slabs.

The ship Wolverine at anchor, seen from Mrs Macquaries Point, Sydney Harbour, ca. 188-87

HMS Wolverine at anchor, seen from Mrs Macquaries Point, Sydney Harbour, ca. The fourth Royal Navy ship to bear the name Wolverine, this wooden-screw corvette was launched in 1863 and sailed to Australia in 1881

The Charlotte Medal...the Charlotte was one of the six convict ships in the First Fleet. The ship's surgeon,John White, had convict Thomas Barrett(forger), engrave this silver medal as a memento.

The Charlotte Medal.the Charlotte was one of the six convict ships in the First Fleet. The ship's surgeon, John White, had convict Thomas Barrett (forger), engrave this silver medal as a memento.

Federation celebrations,1901 Sydney by State Records NSW, via Flickr

Police on the beat checking out Federation celebrations of 1901 in Sydney. State Records of NSW.

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