Family Picnic in the Queensland Bush, 1900-1910. (9999).
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Double wedding at Barambah Aboriginal Settlement, 17 May 1912
Find letters sent to the Colonial Secretary of New South Wales from early Moreton Bay officials. Discover what they can tell you about your family history and early Queensland history.
Plan of River Brisbane and chart of Moreton Bay, as drawn by John Oxley, 1823, State Library of Queensland, Neg. 69012
Many convicts who came to Australia went on to become respectful members of society. Convict Queenslanders are people who arrived in Australia as convicts. They then made their way to Queensland where they became a part of the colony's history.
William Henry Groom, State Library of Queensland, Neg. 185008