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Cornish Dressing the Graves

Kernewek Lowender Cornish Festival 2023: Dressing the Graves"Dressing the Graves" ceremonies will be held during the Festival to remember and honour the lives of ancestors buried in Moonta, Wallaroo, Kadina, and also Greens Plains West Coast Cemeteries. The Dressing the Graves Committee is looking for nominations from people who have ancestors buried in these cemeteries … Continue reading Cornish Dressing the Graves

SA Frontier Legacies

TALKING HISTORY: The South Australian Frontierand its Legacies Join Dr Skye Krichauff, Associate Professor Rob Foster and Mandy Paul as they share the research findings on the South Australian Frontier and its Legacies project. The South Australian Frontier and its Legacies project aims to map the nature and extent of conflict between Aboriginal people and settler-colonists on the South Australian frontier (from … Continue reading SA Frontier Legacies

Overland Telegraph Exhibition

An online exhibition – The Overland Telegraph Line: a transcultural history The new five-part website (www.otlhistory.sa.gov.au ) launched on 22 August 2022, ‘revisits the history of the Line as a transcultural frontier … [and] aims to reframe the Line’s significance through a more inclusive cultural narrative by highlighting the consequences of the Line’s path through … Continue reading Overland Telegraph Exhibition

Eastern Region History Seminar

XVIth EASTERN REGION HISTORY SEMINAR 2022Re-imagining local history after 40 yearsSATURDAY 22nd OCTOBER9.15am–3.30pmMarble Hill Stables, 314 Marble Hill Rd Programme highlights:Guest Speaker: Liz Harfull, Adelaide Hills author, journalist, photographer and consultant: Giving a voice to Women’s Stories in Local History.Guided tours: of Stables and grounds including hilltop lookout (no public access to main residence which … Continue reading Eastern Region History Seminar