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“The mad, the bad and the sad”: Life courses of convict women transported to Tasmania Rebecca Kippen Senior Research Fellow, University of Melbourne, and visiting academic, Monash University
School of Rural Health, Public Research Seminar Tuesday 1 October, 5-6pm Auditorium, School of Rural Health, Monash University,
26 Mercy St Bendigo
RSVP by Monday 30 September to Cathy Ward
(firstname.lastname@example.org) or 03 5440 9082
Please note seating is limited.
This third edition of Chainletter for 2012 features articles about Founders & Survivors Storylines; the common hangman, William Bamford; chain migration; the men of the Indefatigable; and a convict tour of Ireland in photos. There are also updates on Founders and Survivors projects, book reviews and volunteer news.
Enjoy reading this over the Christmas holidays. We wish you a Happy New Year!
An index of migrants from Van Diemen's Land brought to Victoria by the Geelong, Portland Bay (& Port Fairy) Emigration Scheme between 1845 and 1846 is available at http://www.hotkey.net.au/~jwilliams4/geelong2.htm.
The original records are held in the Geelong Heritage Centre on microfilm.
Thursday 20 September 2012 @ 5:30pm
The Founders & Survivors Project: Australian life courses 1803-1920: Digital History Making