One Day Conference
Constructing a Colony: The Convict Legacy
This one-day conference, hosted by the Centre for Western Australian History (UWA) and the Fremantle Prison, marks the 150th anniversary of the arrival of convicts in Western Australia. Bringing together historians, genealogists, researchers and the interested public, the conference will explore the historical and contemporary impact of the convict system on Western Australian society, its cultural heritage, and environment.
3 June, 2000 at the Fremantle Prison, 9.00am – 5.00pm
Early registration (before 19 May) -
Full:$45.00 Concession: $25.00
(Prices include morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea)
For more information and registration forms, please contact Dr. Helen Merrick at the phone or e-mail listed below.
Dr Helen Merrick,
A/Director, Centre for Western Australian History
Department of History,
University of W.A.
Phone: +61-8 - 9380 2143
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