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Mary Reibey: - The Woman on the $20 Note

Using original collection materials you will uncover the remarkable story of Mary Reibey and her journey from convict to wealthy business woman.

portrait of woman from 1835
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On The Move: Migration to Australia

See original primary sources of history relating to migration to Australia from 1795 through to the twentieth century.

cover of logbook 1795
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Explorers of the Australian Interior - Brave or Foolhardy?

Compelling stories of the exploration of Australia's interior in the nineteenth century are brought to life by up-close encounters with primary sources.

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Art around the Library

Students develop their art-making skills in this interactive workshops covering drawing, painting, collage and modelling.

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From Captain Cook to the Convicts!

Primary sources and compelling stories will immerse students in the European exploration and colonisation of Australia.

Watercolour portrait of Captain James Cook
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A Town Named War Boy

See first hand the WWI soldiers diaries which inspired A Town Named War Boy  and take part in an interactive drama workshop with the Australian Theatre for Young People .

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Research orientation for HSC students

Delivered by virtual excursion: Make the most of the Library's collections and develop good online search strategies.

HSC Resources video conference
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