Research Reveals: Queensland’s selectors – How land balloting contributed to Queensland’s development

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Gain unique insight into our collections in this series of fascinating talks led by three of our 2018 research fellows.

2018 John Oxley Library Fellow Dr Jennifer Moffatt, presents her research into the story of Queensland’s selectors - how those who won land in a ballot contributed to Queensland’s social, economic and political development. 

After the presentation, guests are invited to participate in a white gloves experience and explore material from the John Oxley Library relating to the history and impact of Queensland’s selectors and land balloting.

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Also part of the Research Reveals series

5:30pm, Wednesday 19 June | Vintage cars, The Canada Cycle and Motor Agency Ltd with Dr Hilary Davies | Book now

5.30pm, Thursday 27 June | The history and legacy of Brisbane's Albert Hall from 1901-1968 with Professor Peter Roennfeldt | Book now

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Learn more about Dr Jennifer Moffatt and our Queensland Memory John Oxley Library fellows

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