Wednesday, April 27, 2011

THE PIONEERS ARE PASSING


I liked this clipping. An insightful article from a generation ago looking back on the generation before them in Canberra. Discussing the pioneers of Canberra by way of generation the article divides the pioneers of the Limestone Plains generation and those of a fledgling capital of Australia. The author wonders what the generation a hundred years hence would think...

The Canberra Times - 6 May 1936


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