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Council for Aboriginal Development Ephemera

  • FVF765
  • File
  • 1978

Letter, survey, and discussion paper circulated by the Council for Aboriginal Development, a Canberra based organisation, possibly in 1979 on compulsory voting for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Council for Aboriginal Development

Interview transcripts for study of agricultural properties in the Condamine - Maranoa basin

  • F3872
  • File
  • 1972-1973

Interview transcripts used in the study of agricultural properties in six shires of the Condamine-Maranoa basin in Southern Queensland. Transcripts mostly have the name of the property owner, the property name, the date of the interview, the soil type and who the interviewer was. Interviews could include: a description of the property, management, grazing crops, machinery, stock, labour. Interviewers were E.J. Weston, C.N. Nason and R.D.H. Armstrong. The results were published by the Queensland Department of Primary Industries in 1975. Property names include: Barabool, Boongalla, Southwood, Moonie, Tarcoola, Cobbareena, Blackdown, Woodlands, Booroondoo, Barrapool, Wongabel, Merino Downs, Coonardoo, Alvalea, Aurifer Downs, Wongabel, Ventura, Collingwood, Rockdale, Gambier Park, Cambridge Downs, Brucedale, Arubial, Erinvale / Erin vale, Enarra, Rippon Lea, Burradoo, Miamba, Retreat, Canmaroo, Naturi, Berwick, Newstead, Rolston, Banoona, Tinowon, Yulebar, Dugan, Erindale, and Binnowee.

Nason, Charles N.

Diaries Of Allan William Nash

  • F1512
  • File
  • 1909-1915.

Three diaries written by Allan Nash from 1909 to 1915. Diary of 1909 and first part of 1914, records Allan Nash's daily life as a teacher and working on the farm in Gympie, Queensland. Diary of 1914 (second part) records Allan Nash's enlistment and training with 2nd Australian Light Horse, and their departure from Brisbane and landing in Egypt. Diary of 1915 records their deployment from Egypt to Gallipoli, landing there on 12 May 1915, and events at Gallipoli up till Allan Nash's death on 29 June 1915. This diary includes a few personal papers, and card from Mrs A W Nash of thanks for sympathy in loss of Major Allan Nash.

Nash, Allan William, 1879-1915

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