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The Settlers - Bound For Western Australia album mp3

The Settlers  - Bound For Western Australia album mp3

Performer: The Settlers
Title: Bound For Western Australia
Country: Australia
Released: 1978
Style: Bluegrass, Folk
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 217
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Western Australian folk music band, The Settlers released the album Bound For Western Australia in 1978 that included the song The Catalpa An Australian Broadcasting Corporation production, The Catalpa Rescue, was shown on ABC Television on Thursday 25 October 2007.

2 Massacres after federation. September 1794 British settlers in the Hawkesbury River area killed seven Bediagal people in reprisal for the theft of clothing and provisions.

Free Essay: When did the British settlers arrive at Australia? The first fleet arrived at Botany Bay on the 18th of January 1788 which was later declared a. .When did the British settlers arrive at Australia? The first fleet arrived at Botany Bay on the 18th of January 1788 which was later declared as an official prison. The Captain of the fleet, Captain Phillips however found out that the harbour was in lack of fresh water therefore was unsuitable for conviction. The fleet then redirected to Port Jackson which then marked the official first European landing on Sydney Harbour. While setting up the official penal colony 751 convicts along with 252 marines were released and eventually given land to start a new colony. Later in 1790 and 1791 two more.

Pioneers and settlers bound for South Australia passenger lists 1836-1852 Appears to provide free partial content of the CD resource of the same name. Horner Index to overseas departures by passenger ship from South Australia 1836-1887 The Horner Index was compiled by Sally Horner from the Register newspaper and is an alphabetical list by passenger of departures from South Australia directly for overseas between 1836-1887. It does not list departures for interstate or intrastate ports.

Bound for South Australia features precious personal mementos those first immigrants brought to South Australia. It explores life at sea, what they ate, where they slept and how they fared on the long sea voyage. For the first time, the people, stories and artefacts are brought together in a single exhibition that explores the beginnings of the Province of South Australia. Permanent Exhibition. 126 Lipson Street, Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.

Before the arrival of European settlers, Western Australia was home to many Indigenous communities. The Nyoongar (also spelt Noongar, Nyungar) people are the traditional owners of the South West of Australia. The Nyoongar people hunted kangaroos, possums and wallabies, fished, and gathered edible seeds and roots of plants. Western Australia was not settled officially until Albany was settled as a military outpost in 1826. Unlike the majority of Australian states, Western Australia was not settled as a penal colony. In the 1880s and 1890s people were drawn to Western Australia by the discovery of gold in the southern and central outback regions of the state. Western Australia continued to grow on the back of its farming and cattle industry.

The Settlers were a folk-oriented group from the English West Midlands, who formed in the mid-1960s.

Bound for South Australia Portal page for projects related to immigration to South Australia. South Australia was an unusual settlement within the British Empire. Unlike the older colonies on Australia’s eastern seaboard there were to be no convicts, and this commitment to a ‘free’ settlement was fiercely maintained.

Journals from settlers in South Australia:Sunday 14 August 1836 Captain Robert Morgan, who arrived in South Australia on board the Duke of York wrote: I took Miss Bear and the children on shore early this morning and found Mr Stevens had bing in trouble all night in the L M Pelhams crew. Sunday 14 August 1836 Samuel Stephens, who arrived in South Australia on board the Duke of York wrote: at 7 . A boat (for the 2nd time) came ashore for the purpose of taking off the . sailors and after a mixture of persuasions and threats they were prevailed upon to depart. All the settlers we have seen are free men. Most of them have native women with them who assist in catching game (which is now nearly destroyed here) and some of them have children by those women.


A1 The Albany Emigrants
A2 Jail Away Fremantle
A3 Fathers Of This Coloney
A4 Clare
A5 Blackthorn Stick - Jig
A6 Convicted To Frementle
A7 Coolgardie
B1 The Catalpa
B2 Common Rights Of Man
B3 The Glenburgh Wool
B4 Back To The Goldfields
B5 The Fisherman's Wife - Jig
B6 The Kalgoorlie Pipeline
B7 The Bushwackers' ball


  • Coordinator – Deborah Rice B.A.
  • Design – Robert Speechley
  • Engineer – Andrew Gibson
  • Photography – Jonathan Morris
  • Producer – Alan Ferguson

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TPB-102 The Settlers Bound for Western Australia ‎(LP) Tempo TPB-102 Australia 1979
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