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Martin Bryant is an Australian spree killer who pled guilty to murdering 35 people and injuring 21 others in the Port Arthur massacre, a shooting spree in Port Arthur, Tasmania, Australia, in 1996 Port Arthur Massacre, Murder Most Foul, Penal Colony, Natural Born Killers, Evil People, Criminology, Criminal Minds, Serial Killers, True Crime

Martin Bryant (born 7 May 1967) is an Australian mass murderer who pleaded guilty to murdering 35 people and injuring 21 others in the Port Arthur massacre, a shooting spree in Port Arthur, Tasmania, Australia, in 1996. He is currently serving 35 life sentences plus 1,035 years without parole in the psychiatric wing of Risdon Prison in Hobart, Tasmania

Ruins at Port Arthur in Tasmania, Australia. During the convicts were sent here to work. You may run into a couple of ghosts here. mystery-s-travel-agency-australia Largest Countries, Cool Countries, Australia Living, Australia Travel, Haunted Places, Abandoned Places, Wonderful Places, Great Places, It's Wonderful

penal colony: Port Arthur

In the 1800s many convicts were sent to a place called Port Arthur in Tasmania, Australia, to work. Today the ruins of Port Arthur are a popular tourist attraction.

Banjo Paterson with wife Alice and daughter Grace, ca. by Lionel… Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Time Pictures, History Facts, Historical Photos, The Past, Hollywood, Black And White, People

Banjo Paterson with wife Alice and daughter Grace, ca. 1900-1912, by Lionel Lindsay

More about AB 'Banjo' Paterson : adb.anu.edu.au/biography/paterson-andrew-barton-banjo-7972 Format: Photograph Find more detailed information about this photographic collection: <a Format: Photograph Find more detailed information about this photographic collection: acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/item/itemDetailPaged.aspx?itemID=8941 From the collection of the State Library of New South Wales www.sl.nsw.gov.au

Eugene Von Gu Rard Ballarat 1854 Art Print by von Guerard Eugene Eureka Stockade, Sydney, Gold Miners, Gold Prospecting, History Timeline, Australian Art, Old West, Western Art, Great Artists

1865 Sydney Heads, Eugene Von Guérard | Australia's migration history timeline

Eugene von Guérard, 'I have got it'. Ballarat,1854, State Library of Victoria...gold panning

An animated tribute to the fallen. Which General was sacked after Gallipoli? Gallipoli Campaign, Anzac Cove, Anzac Day, Remembrance Day, Lest We Forget, World War I, Military History, Wwi, Lion Sculpture

Simpson

An animated tribute to the fallen. Why was Simpson denied his rightful Honours? Which General was sacked after Gallipoli? Who shot the Red Baron? You decide!” >

The Australian gold rush. Chinese gold digger starting for work, circa v Eureka Stockade, South Coast Nsw, Australia Living, Queensland Australia, Australian Curriculum, Gold Rush, Old West, Chinese Restaurant, Family History

The Australian gold rush | australia.gov.au

Entry point for all Australian Commonwealth Government authorised information and services.

15 August 1945 ♦ Melbourne: Jitterbug dancing in Swanston Street during the Victory Pacific celebrations in the city streets. World History, World War Ii, Lindy Hop, Melbourne Victoria, Historical Images, Back In The Day, Old Photos, Victorious, Wwii

Jitterbugging in Swanston Street, Melbourne

Id number: 112664 Date: 15 August 1945 Melbourne: Jitterbug dancing in Swanston Street during the Victory Pacific celebrations in the city streets. Rights Info: No known copyright restrictions. This photograph is from the Australian War Memorial's collection www.awm.gov.au Persistent URL: www.awm.gov.au/collection/112664

Australia’s first women Olympians, Fanny Durack and Mina Wylie won gold and silver in the 100 metres freestyle at the 1912 Stockholm Olympics. Great Women, Amazing Women, Stockholm, Female Swimmers, Middle Aged Women, Historical Women, We Are The World, Summer Olympics, Interesting History

Wonderful Vintage Photos of Costumes and Dresses in the Last Decades

Mr & Mrs Lawrence Tibbett arrive in Sydney, 1938 Helen Twelvetrees during the making of Thoroughbred, Sydney, 1936 Arrival of Fu...

Woollen convict jacket, circa From the collections of the State Library of… Australia Day, Western Australia, Primary History, Van Diemen's Land, Teaching Geography, Aboriginal People, Australian Curriculum, Wild Style, Period Costumes

Adlib Internet Server 5 | Details

[eb-GB]Adlib Internet Server is a complete application to make the collections of archives, museums and libraries accessible over the internet. Adlib Internet Server is an add-on to the professional collection management applications Adlib Archive, Adlib Museum and Adlib Library.

This pair of shoes was said to have been made by a convict from Port Arthur. (Used with permission: Collection: Tasmanian Museum and Art Gal. Van Diemen's Land, John Davis, Port Arthur, Character And Setting, American War, American Revolution, Tasmania, Leather Working, Ancestry

Convict-made shoes: 1830s

This pair of shoes was said to have been made by a convict from Port Arthur.

On this day March, 1774 the birth of Matthew Flinders, English explorer who circumnavigated Australia. The Flinders River in Queensland and the Finders Range in South Australia are named after him South Australia, Western Australia, First Fleet, Terra Australis, Aboriginal History, Pale Blue Dot, History Timeline, British History, Back In The Day

Matthew Flinders (explorer, navigator) who was the first to circumnavigate the continent as well as naming it 'Australia'.

Portraits of Australian criminals in the sydney australia photo police mugshot photo photography 1920 42 featured art history Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Vintage Portrait, 1920s, City Of Shadows, Crime, Portraits, Museum Collection, Mug Shots

Mugshots

A nice collection of Australian mugshots taken in a Sydney police station in the 1920's. I love mugshots, especially old ones. I think there is something really hounest and transparent about them, you can really see the shame, or in some cases pride, in peoples eyes and quite often they are absolutely brilliant portraits. I…