The Tabard Inn, Borough High Street, London. "First established in 1307 and destroyed by fire in the Century." This can't be the original Inn, as they did not have photography in the c. Maybe they rebuilt it?
Female Factory in South Hobart, Tasmania. Governor George Arthur purchased the site at Cascades for the female factory in 1827 from the owner of a failed distillery, TY Lowes. The factory's first intake of female prisoners was in December 1828, from the prisoners at Hobart Town Female Factory. It gradually expanded to hold 700 female convicts and their children, though at its peak it was even more overcrowded than usual, holding 1,200 women and children.
A comprehensive listing of Convicts, Marines, Seamen, Officers, Wives, Children, and Ships. On 13 May 1787, 11 ships set out from England on an 8-month voyage to Australia. About 1350 men, women & children left England with the First Fleet. Their names, status & the ships in which they journeyed are the subject matter of this book.
INCLUDESA research activity looking at the life in England which led to the First Fleet voyage.A cloze passage to further help students understand the enormity of the voyage.The journey itself and a look at what provisions were packed followed by a group activity with a new scenario.Compass activityWord WallPoster on First Fleet shipsConvict crimes posterAustralian Curriculum Year 4: Humanities and Social Sciences: History - ACHHK07912 PAGESPlease see preview for full resource.