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Doctoral Thesis - "A History of Churchill Island Settlement, Land Use and the Making of a Heritage Site"

From the Collection of Churchill Island Heritage Farm 246 Samuel Amess Drive Newhaven Victoria

A4 book, green hardback cover. Double sided print; b& w photos and maps
Object Registration
churchill island, thesis, land use, settlement, heritage site, history, dr sanders, dr rebecca sanders
Historical information
Dr Sanders' doctoral thesis provides a historical overview of the myriad owners and occupiers of Churchill Island from 1850 - 1929 while contextualising it with models of forming and collecting public history. This thesis involves a significant amount of original research and provides clarity and information on the previously obscured history of the Churchill Island Heritage Farm and precinct.
When Made
May 2015
This thesis gives new and unique information relating to the history of Churchill Island and has future research potential
Inscriptions & Markings
"To the Friends of Churchill Island Society past, present and future./ Many thanks for your friendship and support. I could not have finished without you. /The errors that remain (and there are likely to be some!) are all my own fault./ I hope that this is of some use, even if I don't really solve the mystery of the location of the 1801 garden. May you forever "Preserve that which is precious". /Rebecca, 14th May 2016".
Last updated
7 Jul 2020 at 4:16PM