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Edith Cowan from Western Australia was the first woman elected to any Australian Parliament. She was elected to the WA Legislative Assembly in Julie Andrews, Great Women, Amazing Women, Aboriginal History, Racial Equality, Women In History, Famous Women, Historical Photos, Aussies

Edith Cowan 1861-1932) from Western Australia was the first woman elected to any Australian Parliament. She was elected to the WA Legislative Assembly in 1921.

Woodbridge House, which sat behind my school, was the home of the first Governor of the Swan River Colony (later Western Australia), Admiral Sir James Stirling. Perth Western Australia, South Australia, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Australian Homes, Wood Bridge, Tasmania, Wild West, Teaching Kids

Woodbridge House, which sat behind my school, was the home of the first Governor of the Swan River Colony (later Western Australia), Admiral Sir James Stirling.

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On this day …….. 1st of June 1850 The Swan River colony, established on Australia’s western coast in 1829, was begun as a free settlement. Captain Charles Fremantle declared the Swan River Colony for Britain on 2 May 1829. The first ships with free settlers to arrive were the Parmelia on June 1 and HMS […]

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A history of Fremantle from the settlement of the Swan River Colony in 1829 by Captain Stirling, until the end of World War II in Includes resources to Indigenous History of Fremantle, Western Australia. Western Australia, Australia Travel, Australian Curriculum, Old Maps, Teaching History, Social Science, Ancestry, Perth, Geography

History of Fremantle, Western Australia from 1829 to WWII (1945)

A history of Fremantle from the settlement of the Swan River Colony in 1829 by Captain Stirling, until the end of World War II in 1945. Includes resources to Indigenous History of Fremantle, Western Australia.

Fremantle Prison was constructed soon after the arrival of the convict ship Scindian in The Swan River Colony was settled by free settlers in Ghost News, Haunted House Stories, Most Haunted Places, Beyond The Sea, Ghost Hunting, Urban Legends, Walking Tour, Western Australia, Wild West

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A history of Fremantle from the settlement of the Swan River Colony in 1829 by Captain Stirling, until the end of World War II in Includes resources to Indigenous History of Fremantle, Western Australia. Western Australia, Australia Travel, Australian Photography, British Bulldog, Wild West, Perth, Swan, Countryside, Trains

History of Fremantle, Western Australia from 1829 to WWII (1945)

A history of Fremantle from the settlement of the Swan River Colony in 1829 by Captain Stirling, until the end of World War II in 1945. Includes resources to Indigenous History of Fremantle, Western Australia.

October marks the anniversary of the terrible Pinjarra massacre, a grim day… Aboriginal History, Aboriginal People, White Settlers, Dark Swan, Coloured People, African History, First Nations, Western Australia, Survival

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28th October marks the anniversary of the terrible Pinjarra massacre, a grim day in Australian history. It took place in 1834 in Western Australia in the Murray region in the south-west. It had been inhabited for many thousands of years by the Bindjareb Nyungar. That all changed in 1829 when white settlers arrived in Western Australia under the leadership of Captain James Stirling to establish the Swan River Colony. Stirling proclaimed the Nyungar people British subjects and therefore…

 Life in Western Australia since the early colonial settlement, illustrated by photos from an exhibition mounted by West Australian Newspapers as a contribution to celebrations for the State's year. Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Culture, Australian Newspapers, Perth Western Australia, Teaching History, History Photos, Local History, Travel Posters, Swan

SWAN RIVER COLONY. Life in Western Australia since the early colonial settlement, illustrated by photos from an exhibition mounted by West Australian Newspapers as a contribution to celebrations for the State's 150th year.

A history of Fremantle from the settlement of the Swan River Colony in 1829 by Captain Stirling, until the end of World War II in Includes resources to Indigenous History of Fremantle, Western Australia. Perth Western Australia, Australia Travel, Port Arthur, History Teachers, Tasmania, Colleges, Historical Sites, World War Ii, Libraries

History of Fremantle, Western Australia from 1829 to WWII (1945)

A history of Fremantle from the settlement of the Swan River Colony in 1829 by Captain Stirling, until the end of World War II in 1945. Includes resources to Indigenous History of Fremantle, Western Australia.

Old Round House - The West End of Fremantle incorporates the Fremantle Prison, Esplanade park, Bathers Beach, Notra Dame University and the majority of Histor. Western Australia, Australia Travel, Blue Party, Round House, West End, Perth, Wwii, Galleries, Colonial

History of Fremantle, Western Australia from 1829 to WWII (1945)

A history of Fremantle from the settlement of the Swan River Colony in 1829 by Captain Stirling, until the end of World War II in 1945. Includes resources to Indigenous History of Fremantle, Western Australia.

Admiral James Stirling was a british naval officer and colonial administrator. His enthusiasm and persistence persuaded the British Government to establish the Swan River Colony and he became the first Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Western Australia British Government, Blue Party, Stirling, Western Australia, Perth, World War Ii, Swan, Colonial, Culture

History of Fremantle, Western Australia from 1829 to WWII (1945)

A history of Fremantle from the settlement of the Swan River Colony in 1829 by Captain Stirling, until the end of World War II in 1945. Includes resources to Indigenous History of Fremantle, Western Australia.

A history of Fremantle from the settlement of the Swan River Colony in 1829 by Captain Stirling, until the end of World War II in Includes resources to Indigenous History of Fremantle, Western Australia. Australian Photography, Perth Western Australia, Wonderful Picture, Wild West, World War Ii, Wwii, Colonial, Countryside, The Good Place

History of Fremantle, Western Australia from 1829 to WWII (1945)

A history of Fremantle from the settlement of the Swan River Colony in 1829 by Captain Stirling, until the end of World War II in 1945. Includes resources to Indigenous History of Fremantle, Western Australia.

CONTENTS: The First Settlers: The Aborigines The Murray Natives Serpentine Mungah Early Exploration Prelude to a Settlement Thomas Peel Death of Mackenzie Henry Hall F. H. Byrne Tuckey & Eacott Murder of Nesbit Governor Stirling Returns The Battle of Pinjarra First Settlement at Pinjarra H. W. Bunbury Oakley & Bouglas The 1837 Census Joseph Cooper Cooper's Mill Beacham Family F. C. Singleton Mandurah Ferry Thomas Watson The Marine Hotel John Sutton Adam Armstrong Dandalup Farm John Pollard Local History, Family History, Adam Armstrong, Henry Hall, Western Australia, Contents, Westerns, Battle, Old Things

CONTENTS: The First Settlers: The Aborigines The Murray Natives Serpentine Mungah Early Exploration Prelude to a Settlement Thomas Peel Death of Mackenzie Henry Hall F. H. Byrne Tuckey & Eacott Murder of Nesbit Governor Stirling Returns The Battle of Pinjarra First Settlement at Pinjarra H. W. Bunbury Oakley & Bouglas The 1837 Census Joseph Cooper Cooper's Mill Beacham Family F. C. Singleton Mandurah Ferry Thomas Watson The Marine Hotel John Sutton Adam Armstrong Dandalup Farm John Pollard