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A Heritage History of the South-East of South Australia

This essay first appeared as ‘The thematic and chronological history’ section of the report Heritage of the South East prepared by Danvers Architects for the Department of Environment and Planning and published in 1984. This was a report on the heritage survey of the South East of South Australia, a regional survey carried out as designated in the State Historic Preservation Plan. The study team comprised Ron Danvers, Robert Linn, Hamish Angas, Robert Martin and Michael Brock. The essay appears here by kind permission of the department with minor variations

Rob Linn studied history at the University of Adelaide. He taught history at a number of tertiary institutions and, in 1985, established with his wife, Jane, a historical consultancy. Their work has included commissioned projects: from small-scale research to the production of high quality publications, and to the management of large commercial and international oral history projects. Rob has written over 30 books.

Tags: A.M.P. Society, Allendale East, Angas George French, Ardune. White John (Jacky), Avenue Range, Baker’s Range, Barker Captain, Beachport, Bell D. and Sons, Benara, Binnie John, Biscuit, Blackford Drain, Blue Lake, Bool Lagoon, Boothby Benjamin, Boothby J.H., Boothby T.W., Bordertown, Bowaka, Bowering’s bootmaker’s shop, Brown James, Bunn George, Burgess Henry, C.S.I.R.O., Cairnbank, Cameron Alexander, Cameron Alexander "King", Cannawigara, Cape Dombey, Cave Gardens, Charla, , Clarke W.J.T., Clayton Farm, Conmurra, Cooke Archibald, Cooke James, Coonalpyn Downs, Coonawarra, Coorong, Corporation of Mount Gambier, Crouch A., Crouch William, Crouch’s store, Crower, Cunningham Hastings, Davenport (Sir) Samuel, Dingley Dell, Donald Professor, , Dunn Andrew, Edward, Emu Flat, Fidler’s house (Pine Hill), Glen George, Glencoe, Gordon Adam Lindsay, Gore W.T., Governor Gawler, Grand Hotel, Grant James, Greytown, Grote Francis, Guichen Bay, Hall, Hann’s factory, Hanson William, Harding William, Hensley John, Henty Stephen, Hindmarsh John Governor, Hutchison Margaret, Hynam, Jens, Johnson Archibald, Kalangadoo, Kalangadoo House, Kalyra, Keith, Kincraig, Kingston, Kingston George S., Kings’ Theatre, Koorine, Kybybolite, Lacepede, Lawson Robert, Leake Edward, Leake Robert Rowland, Light G.T., Lucindale, MacIntosh William, MacIntyre John, MacKillop Mary, Maria, Maria Creek, Mayura, McBean Lachlan, McGrath’s Flat, McInnes John, McInnes Malcolm, McInnes William, McLeod Loudon Hastings, Meningie, Millicent, Milne Rev. David, Mitchell’s Mount Gambier Hotel, Molineux Albert, Moorakyne, Morris Henry, Mosquito Creek, Mount Benson, Mount Gambier, Mount Monster, Mount Muirhead, Mount Schank, Moy Hall, Mundulla, Murrabinna, Nalang, Naracoorte, Narrow Neck, National Schoolhouse, Ninety Mile Desert, Ninety-Mile Beach, Old Commercial Mill, Ormerod George, Otter House, O’Connor J.B., Padthaway, , Penny Dr. Robert, Penola, Petticoat Lane, Piccaninnie Ponds, Poole F. Slaney, Port Caroline, Port MacDonnell, Prankerd Peter, , Reedy Creek, Riceman Dr David, Riddoch John, Rivoli Bay, Robe, Robe House, Robertson John, Robertson William, Schute Alf, Scott Charles, Scott John, Second World War, Short Millecent, Sisters of Mercy Convent, Smith Adam, Smith Henry, South East, South Eastern Star, Southend, St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Stokdale, Straun, Struan, Sturt Evelyn, Tantanoola, Tatiara, The Caledonian, The Lady Nelson’, Thomas R.G., Tilley’s Swamp, Tintinara, Tolmer Alexander, , Towers Bruce J., Twentyman Edward, Underwood Emmanuel, Ward Ebenezer, Wark David, Warreanga, Webb’s house (Baldorney), Wehl Dr., Wellington, Wiese brothers, Wirrega, Woakwine, Wolseley, Woods E.J., Woods Father Julian Tenison, Woolmit, Yahl paddock, Yallum, Younghusband Peninsula, Younghusband William & Co.

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