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Written on the side of a wine box. The 19 crimes that got you sent to Australia. (I'm sure if it's on the side of a wine box, it's got to be historically accurate. Teaching History, Teaching Resources, 19 Crimes Wine, Van Diemen's Land, First Fleet, Penal Colony, Dark Stories, My Family History, Australia Day

Written on the side of a wine box. The 19 crimes that got you sent to Australia.

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The First Fleet Part 1 - The Journey

About This Product: Lesson on The First Fleet - The Journey.Includes:⭐ A 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 packe...

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These Irish Women and Children Were Transported to Australia as Convicts

Stories of Irish women and children who were transported as convicts to Tasmania in Australia as punishment for small crimes. These women and children were on the John Calvin ship in 1848. Learn their story here.

List of convicts who are supposed to have escaped from the Colony PR 10587 Aussie Australia, Australia Day, Australia Living, Western Australia, Armor Tattoo, Norse Tattoo, Viking Tattoos, Black And Grey Tattoos, Tattoo Black

List of convicts who are supposed to have escaped from the Colony PR 10587

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The ‘Potato Orphans’ of Australia is a little-known period in the nation's history when thousands of vulnerable, teenage women were shipped from Ireland to be wives for the Australian convicts. World History, Family History, Van Diemen's Land, Irish Famine, Terra Australis, Historic Philadelphia, Innocence Lost, Aboriginal People, Victorian Women

Untold story of Irish teen shipped to Australia to marry a convict

The ‘Potato Orphans’ of Australia is a little-known period in the nation's history when thousands of vulnerable, teenage women were shipped from Ireland to be wives for the Australian convicts.

Booktopia has Abandoned Women : Scottish Convicts Exiled Beyond the Seas by Lucy Frost. Buy a discounted Paperback of Abandoned Women : Scottish Convicts Exiled Beyond the Seas online from Australia's leading online bookstore. History Books, Family History, Places In The Community, Van Diemen's Land, Books To Read, My Books, Half The Sky, Scotland History, Australian Authors

Abandoned Women: Scottish convicts exiled beyond the seas ebook by Lucy Frost - Rakuten Kobo

Read "Abandoned Women: Scottish convicts exiled beyond the seas Scottish convicts exiled beyond the seas" by Lucy Frost available from Rakuten Kobo. From the crowded tenements of Edinburgh to the Female Factory nestling in the shadow of Mt Wellington, dozens of Scottis...

Return of convicts who have escaped from the Colony and whose absconding has been notified to this office between the June 1850 and the March 1859 PR 14583 Australia Day, Western Australia, Van Diemen's Land, Famous Outlaws, Free Short Stories, Army Veteran, First Contact, Historical Fiction, Family History

Return of convicts who have escaped from the Colony and whose absconding has been notified to this office between the 1st June 1850 and the 31st March 1859 PR 14583

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Guide to Convict Transportation Lists Part 1: 1787-1800

Description Customer Review Description Media: BOOK - paperback, 60 pages Author: C. Baxter Year: 2015 ISBN: 9781921956287 Publisher: Unlock the Past Between 1787 and 1812, 88 ships sailed for Australia carrying convicts sentenced to transportation. Even though many different lists of transported convicts have survived, few actually identify all those who embarked, sailed, died, escaped, or disembarked in Australia. So how do researchers know who actually came to Australia? And if different…

5 posters highlighting information regarding the lives of convicts on Australia. History Education, Teaching History, School Resources, Teaching Resources, Historical Concepts, First Fleet, Road Trip Activities, Life Poster, Australian Curriculum

Australian Convict Life Posters

5 posters highlighting information regarding the lives of convicts in Australia.

Read "The Tin Ticket The Heroic Journey of Australia's Convict Women" by Deborah J. Swiss available from Rakuten Kobo. Historian Deborah J. Swiss tells the heartbreaking, horrifying, and ultimately triumphant story of the women exiled from. History Books, Family History, Books To Read, My Books, Reading Books, Van Diemen's Land, World Library, Chor, Women In History

The Tin Ticket by Deborah J. Swiss

Featuring accounts of courage, determination and endurance, The Tin Ticket takes readers to the dawn of the nineteenth century, and explores the lives of women arrested and sent into slavery in Australia and Tasmania. Discarded by Britain, they arrived as little more than property, but succeeded in forging new identities. This is a must-read for anyone with an interest in Australian history or the development of women's rights. All of those featured played an important role in the shaping of…

Read "Van Diemen's Women A History of Transportation to Tasmania" by Joan Kavanagh available from Rakuten Kobo. On 2 September the convict ship Tasmania left Kingstown Harbour for Van Diemen’s Land with 138 female convicts and. Good Books, Books To Read, My Books, Local History, Family History, Van Diemen's Land, Australian Authors, Dublin City, Tasmania

Van Diemen's Women by Dianne Snowden

A record of Irish transporation and how the women who left shaped Tasmania On 2 September 1845 the convict ship Tasmania left Kingstown Harbour for Van Diemen's Land, with 138 female convicts and their 35 children. On 3 December, the ship arrived into Hobart. While the book looks at the lives of all the women, it focuses on two women in particular; Eliza Davis ,who was transported, from Wicklow Gaol, for life for infanticide, having had her sentence commuted from death and Margaret Butler…

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Stories and Tales of the Transported Convicts

Description Customer Review Description Media: BOOK - paperback, 80 pages Author: J. Donohoe Year: 2011 ISBN: 9780958754507 Other: bibliog, index, 2nd ed. Publisher: James Donohoe Not all Australian convicts came from England and Ireland. In fact of the 1040 convict ships that came to Australia, 70 came directly from other countries scattered all over the world. Th book contains 250 stories about some of the obscure yet fascinating convicts transported to Australia. Almost half of those…

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Convicts and Exiles Transported From Ireland 1791-1820

Description Customer Review Description Media: BOOK - paperback, 68 pages Author: J. Donohoe Year: 2011 ISBN: 9780958754583 Other: 3rd ed., bibliog, index Publisher: James Donohoe This work was developed under the working title 'The Convicts Transported from Ireland 1791-1820'. However, the records revealed a terrible Irish tragedy. Too many arrivals in Australia were not convicts at all. Many of them were placed aboard ships and despatched for no greater purpose than to rid Ireland of its…

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The First Fleet 1788 Chart

Description Customer Review Description Media: STATIONERY Year: 1984 Other: 56cm x 81cm, flat, colour Publisher: Natural Haritage Enterprises With the loss of her American possessions following the American Revolution of 1776, Britain sought to colonize new lands to take care of her burdensome convict problem. The goals and prison hulks were overflowing with convicted criminals. It was announced in the British Parliament on 23 January 1787, that Lord Sydney agreed to send convicts to the new…

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The Convict Ships 1787-1868

Description Customer Review Description Media: DATA CD - 1 CD (440 pages) Author: C. Bateson Year: (1959) 2004 ISBN: 9780975237816 Publisher: Library of Australian History Originally published in 1959, 'The Convict Ships' has been accepted by historians and scholars as the standard work on the subject. This Australian edition, which follows the revised and enlarged second edition (1969), includes the results of research into hundreds of journal of ships' surgeons in an authoritative and…