William Bligh Notebook and list of mutineers 1789 (diaries! letters & archive resources via Trove)

William Bligh Notebook and list of mutineers 1789 (diaries! letters & archive resources via Trove)

When bubonic plague struck Sydney in 1900, George McCredie was appointed by the Government to take charge of all quarantine activities in the Sydney area, beginning work on March 23, 1900. The infected areas, and buildings selected for demolition because of the health risks they supposedly raised, were recorded by photography. Most of the buildings demolished were considered slum buildings.

When bubonic plague struck Sydney in 1900, George McCredie was appointed by the Government to take charge of all quarantine activities in the Sydney area, beginning work on March 23, 1900. The infected areas, and buildings selected for demolition because of the health risks they supposedly raised, were recorded by photography. Most of the buildings demolished were considered slum buildings.

Detail showing the Tank Stream from 'Plan of the town and suburbs of Sydney, August 1822'

Detail showing the Tank Stream from 'Plan of the town and suburbs of Sydney, August 1822'

ALEXANDER BRODIE SPARK, ‘THE RESPECTABLE MERCHANT’ of SYDNEY:

ALEXANDER BRODIE SPARK, ‘THE RESPECTABLE MERCHANT’ of SYDNEY:

Australia's earliest existing printed document   1796   (National Library of Australia)

Australia's earliest existing printed document 1796 (National Library of Australia)

Awabakal elder of Port Macquarie near Newcastle, north of Sydney, carving lines on a tree.  Downloaded from www.blueswarmi.com

Awabakal elder of Port Macquarie near Newcastle, north of Sydney, carving lines on a tree. Downloaded from www.blueswarmi.com

Figure 6.1 Map of d’Entrecasteaux’s voyage, 1791–94.

Figure 6.1 Map of d’Entrecasteaux’s voyage, 1791–94.

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