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first fleet

Owen Rutter

first fleet

the record of the foundation of Australia from its conception to the settlement at Sydney Cove

by Owen Rutter

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Published by Golden Cockerel Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • New South Wales -- History -- Sources

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled from the original documents in the Public Record Office, with extracts from the log-books of H.M.S. Sirius, and an introduction and notes, by Owen Rutter ; foreword by the Hon. B.S.B. Stevens, M.L.A., premier of New South Wales ; five engravings by Peter Barker-Mill.
    ContributionsPhillip, Arthur, 1738-1814., Barker-Mill, Peter, Golden Cockerel Press
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDU80
    The Physical Object
    Pagination149, [2] p. :
    Number of Pages149
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18907411M

    Britain, England, rich, poor, diseases, poor health, overcrowded, crime, harsh laws, transportation, sentenced, convicts, hulks, Portsmouth, First Fleet, Botany Bay.   First Fleet, first published in , is a fast-paced account of the important role played by the U.S. Coast Guard during the Second World War (with background chapters on the early history and peacetime activities of the Coast Guard).Featuring numerous interviews with servicemen in the U.S., Pacific, Atlantic, Mediterranean, and Greenland, First Fleet provides an insider’s look at the Brand: Burtyrki Books.

      About the Book Dazzling, poetic and vivid storytelling from one of Australia's greatest writers, which tells the bloody, brutal and enthralling story of the epic journey of the First Fleet. The First Fleet gives you an insight at the series of decisions made by the English government that led to the founding of the colony in New South Wales, and a cronicle of the events that befell the First Fleet on their journey. This book will show you have it happened and where it all began, how the fleet was created, and the voyage of the.

    First Fleet Crossword – Teaching notes and crossword answers First Fleet summary The ‘First Fleet’ refers to the 11 ships that left England in May with over seven hundred convicts to establish a penal settlement in New South Wales. It became the first European colony in Australia. The First Fleet arrived in Sydney Cove in January File Size: KB. The State Library holds the world's largest collection of original First Fleet journals and correspondence. Of the eleven known journal manuscripts, nine are held in the Mitchell Library and Dixson Library collections, at the State Library of New South Wales.


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Drawing on First Fleet journals held in the State Library of New South Wales, Dalton uses the voices of the men and women on this perilous journey to bring the story to life in all its brutality and grandeur. His words are beautifully illustrated by award-winning artist Eric Lobbecke.

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This History unit covers a range of concepts relating to the stories of the First Fleet; including reasons for the journey, who travelled to Australia, their experiences following arrival and the impact colonisation had on Indigenous Australians.

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