Lachlan Macquarie Governor of NSW 1810 - 1821 1oz Silver Pro

Lachlan Macquarie Governor of NSW 1810 - 1821 1oz Silver Pro

Australia, Lachlan Macquarie Governor of NSW 1810 - 1821 Silver Coin

National Museum of Australia - Governor Lachlan Macquarie's sword

The hand grip of an 1803 military sword is of wood covered in fishskin bound with wire, and it is capped by a lion's head pommel. It is guar.

A page with selected links to the Lachlan and Elizabeth Macquarie Archive (LEMA) with research suggestions and syllabus advice.The LEMA Project is an electronic gateway aimed at providing a new context for the historical investigation of the lives and times of Lachlan Macquarie (1761–1824), and his second wife, Elizabeth Campbell (of Airds) (1778–1835). Sites2See: From NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation Centre.

Lachlan and Elizabeth Macquarie Archive (LEMA): NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation Centre

Lachlan Macquarie - 1819 journal [January]

Lachlan Macquarie - 1819 journal [January]

At mausoleum of Lachlan Macquarie, the father of Australia. Isle of Mull, Scotland. Source: http://www.mullgenealogy.co.uk/macquarie.htm

At mausoleum of Lachlan Macquarie, the father of Australia. Isle of Mull, Scotland.

2010 Australia Post Booklet - Governor Lachlan Macquarie This delightful prestige booklet celebrates the bicentenary of Macquarie's governance. Contains four panes of four stamps that were designed by Stacey Zass that celebrate the importance of Lachlan Macquarie (1762-1824) as the Governor of New South Wales.  - See more at…

Stamp Packs and Booklets : 2010 Australia Post Booklet - Governor Lachlan Macquarie

When Lachlan Macquarie faced a cash crisis, he created the Holey Dollars.

'A fascinating coin': Lachlan Macquarie's Holey Dollars showcased online

Tour Scotland Photographs: Old photograph of the Major General Lachlan Macquarie Mausoleum on the island of Isle of Mull, Scotland. Lachlan Macquarie was born on 31 January 1762,

Tour Scotland Photographs: Old photograph of the Major General Lachlan Macquarie Mausoleum on the island of Isle of Mull, Scotland. Lachlan Macquarie was born on 31 January

Dawes Point Battery (background) and Fort Macquarie (foreground). Governor Lachlan Macquarie engaged Greenway to design a fort at Dawes Point that would appear as a castle to ships entering the harbour through the heads. Considered Greenway's less successful designs, the crenellated medieval towers and walls were ridiculed as obsolete and ineffective for the purposes of modern warfare.

Dawes Battery and Fort Macquarie In April 1838 the female prisoners of the convict ship Diamond were landed at Fort Macquarie rather than at the dockyard as usual.

Macquarie Barracks,also known as the Convict Barracks and later the Macquarie Street Asylum in Parramatta in 1900.Located on the north side of MacQuarie St,near Barrack Lane.Built in 1820 and demolished in the 1930s.It was a Georgian brick building constructed during Lachlan Macquarie’s governorship.

Macquarie Barracks,also known as the Convict Barracks and later the Macquarie Street Asylum in Parramatta in 1900.Located on the north side of MacQuarie St,near Barrack Lane.Built in 1820 and demolished in the 1930s.It was a Georgian brick building constructed during Lachlan Macquarie’s governorship.

The New South Wales governor, arguably the most eulogised of colonial leaders, ordered the massacre of Indigenous men, women and children at Appin

Lachlan Macquarie was no humanitarian: his own words show he was a terrorist

The New South Wales governor, arguably the most eulogised of colonial leaders, ordered the massacre of Indigenous men, women and children at Appin

Major-General Lachlan Macquarie Colonial Administrator Portrait Oil Painting | eBay

Major-General Lachlan Macquarie Colonial Administrator Portrait Oil Painting

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