Wednesday, November 3, 2010


The story of five pioneering families, the Campbells, the Cunninghams, the Wrights, the Palmers and the Davis's of what was to become the Australian Capital Territory. The article describes the personalities of the era and the events that formed the community on the Limestone, Ginninderra and Tuggeranong plains...

The Argus - 2 April 1932

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