Australia Colonial Past

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The most important ship in the history of New Zealand and Australia is Captain James Cook's 106 ft metres) long barque Endeavour. Old Sailing Ships, Wooden Ship, Tug Boats, Armada, Tall Ships, Fishing Boats, Lighthouse, New Zealand, History

The most important ship in the history of New Zealand and Australia is Captain James Cook's 106 ft (32 metres) long barque Endeavour.

Stonemasons at work carving gargoyles during the construction of Sydney University in from Josef Lebovic Gallery Sacred Architecture, Historical Architecture, The Rocks Sydney, University Of Sydney, Sydney City, Largest Countries, Historical Pictures, Sydney Australia, City Streets

Stonemasons at work carving gargoyles during the construction of Sydney University in 1858.Photo from Josef Lebovic Gallery.A♥W

A selection of portrait photos from our collection of early Tasmanian gaol records Find out more about early Tasmanian convict and gaol records by visiting our website. Emigrate To Australia, Van Diemen's Land, Shadows Fall, Penal Colony, Aboriginal People, Out Of Africa, Mug Shots, Tasmania, Beautiful Islands

Tasmanian convict + prison photos

A selection of portrait photos from our collection of early Tasmanian gaol records (1860-1902). Find out more about early Tasmanian convict and gaol records by <a href="http://www.linc.tas.gov.au/tasmaniasheritage/popular/convicts" rel="noreferrer nofollow"> visiting our website.</a>

Fred Kruger (born Germany arrived Australia died) 'Coast scene, Mordialloc Creek, near Cheltenham' c. Melbourne Beach, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Fred Kruger, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Time In Australia, Eugene Atget, Local History

Review: ‘Fred Kruger: Intimate Landscapes’ at The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, Melbourne

Exhibition dates: 4th February – 8th July 2012 Please note: This posting may contain the names or images of people who are now deceased. Some Indigenous communities may be distressed by seei…