My History – and how proud of it I am. The shipwreck occured on sharp, jagged rocks about 300 yards offshore in the middle of darkness. A family reunion: reflections 2010-01-02 / The visitors’ centre is busy today. / Children rummage through boxes of plush toy horses. / History books line the shelv… Great Outback Drive `There are many classic outback drives……` / `It was here where Charles Sturt and his men were trapped…..` / ` For the int… Australia Day Poem …They made mistakes, and so they learned / What this country gives us must be earned. A Restless Life You were born in a working class family / In a Yorkshire mining town; / Your father had moved from Ireland / So as not to be trodden down.… My National Anthem! Happy Australia Day !! / In Joyful strains then let us sing / At the top of my very melodious voice I will always cry my pride! / Advance A… Impressionism 9 × 5 inch ART HISTORY The Heidelberg School, in Melbourne Victoria / Was the artist’s school, in South-eastern Australia BIBLICAL HISTORY AS TOLD BY SOME JUNIOR CHURCH ST… * In case you’re a little foggy on your biblical history, let some junior church students help you with this complete overview of the Bible… Transported……. The Story of Edward St… During Edward’s time in Tasmania whilst serving his sentence Edward rebelled against the system and had his term extended. Tribute to Black Saturday (Victoria’s worst… Blazes alight with bright eyes in a day like night / A blood red snake writhes across our sacred land / It carves a way through many souls … A little history of the goldfields in Victoria Au… red ribbon, rebellion Isolation Like ants, we built this colony. / You could be hung for any new felony. / We set to work, clearing land. / And built our prisons with our… History’s Seat Beside the flowless river’s side / Idle, still and quiet / The Oscar sits Spirit instead there was death under the skies of the southern cross / and it’s " legacy" being of a nation still counting her loss History is a strange thing That’s when I met Les Murray. / Les had a red nose and a bottle. / We recited rummy rhyme / Between shivering. The First Fleet Spend some time with those least fortunate / walk the streets / play in the park / look at all that is beautiful around you. Parramatta Park . . . the swaggie casts his crusts to the four winds, and Pemulwuy’s Dreaming flues and lives and sings . . .