Representing Convict Colony Sydney By Leo Christopher

My board is a representation of most modern people's (including mine) idea of what the convict colony settlement in Australia
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known as prison ships or “prison hulks”, these decomissioned vessels were used by britain during the 18th and 19th centurie to house convicts and prisoners.

The Fearsome Prison Ships of the Former British Empire

Known as prison ships or “prison hulks”, these decomissioned vessels were used by Britain during the and centuries to house prisoners of war.

known as prison ships or “prison hulks”, these decomissioned vessels were used by britain during the 18th and 19th centurie to house convicts and prisoners.

The Fearsome Prison Ships of the Former British Empire

Known as prison ships or “prison hulks”, these decomissioned vessels were used by Britain during the and centuries to house prisoners of war.

This is a cat of nine tails which was used to punish convicts

This is a cat of nine tails which was used to punish convicts. In 1790 Joseph Tuzo received up to a thousand lashes on Norfolk Island

The arrival of the First Fleet

The Founding of Australia By Capt Arthur Phillip Sydney Cove Jan 1788

Handcuffs for prisoners

I just love walking around the prison ship with these on. Damn the hulks.

Handcuffs for prisoners

I just love walking around the prison ship with these on. Damn the hulks.

Convicts working on a railway

eternallybeautifullyblack: “ Stripes but no Stars” -Thomas H. Lindsey, 1892 “When slavery was legally abolished, the Slave Codes were rewritten as the Black Codes, a series of laws criminalizing legal activity for African Americans.


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