Author: John Goode
Publisher: Hodder Headline Australia Children's Books (December 31, 1980)
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Cambridge University Press, 1982. The interpretation of documents and material culture. John Wiley & Sons, 2012.
Publisher: Hodder Headline Australia Children's Books, 1982.
Flag as Inappropriate. Australian penal colonies included Norfolk Island, Van Dieman's Land (Tasmania), Queensland and New South Wales. A penal colony is a settlement used to exile prisoners and separate them from the general populace by placing them in a remote location, often an island or distant colonial territory. Although the term can be used to refer to a correctional facility located in a remote location it is more commonly used to refer to communities of prisoners overseen by wardens or governors having absolute authority.
The Moreton Bay penal settlement was closed in 1842 when the Moreton Bay area was opened to free settlement .
The Moreton Bay penal settlement was closed in 1842 when the Moreton Bay area was opened to free settlement, with Brisbane Town as its centre. The colony of Queensland was separated from New South Wales in 1859. Extract from the chronological register of convicts at Moreton Bay Penal Settlement, 28 December 1826.
to forts, penal settlements and penal colonies all over the world .
Between 1415, when the Portuguese first used convicts for colonization purposes in the North African enclave of Ceuta, to the 1960s and the dissolution of Stalin's gulags, global powers including the Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, British, Russians, Chinese and Japanese transported millions of convicts to forts, penal settlements and penal colonies all over the world. They also explore the lived worlds of convicts, including work, culture, religion and intimacy, and convict experience and agency.