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Trust Issue 3

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Welcome to Trust Issue 3. Fanny Balbuk Yooreel is a name I don’t think any of you will forget after reading our story in this issue, but it’s one far too many of us will never have heard of. Born in 1840, this traditional Swan River woman lived through the
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WA News February 2017

Trust News WA Feb 2017

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NSIDE THIS ISSUE: 2 PERSPECTIVES Having a Voice: new funding brings Fanny Balbuk Yooreel to the Heritage Festival, CEO Message, Heritage Watch, and Quite a serve from the Artillery Drill Hall. 6 INNOVATION National Trust welcomes lead role in Sunset Heritage Precinct future, Inaugural 2017 Prelude Composer in Residence at
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Trust Issue 2

Trust Issue 2

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From the Editor: AS WE WERE finishing the final pages of TRUST, I wondered about Aphrasia “Aphra” Maughan, who indirectly is the cover star of this issue. It is her portrait that you can see hanging in the dining room at Dundullimal, the 1840s homestead near Dubbo in New South
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WA News May 2017

Trust News WA May 2017

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INSIDE THIS ISSUE: 2 PERSPECTIVES Giving voice to Western Australia’s Heritage, CEO Message, and Heritage Watch. 4 INNOVATION Inspired Quilters, and What can we do with water – the next 20 years? 7 CONNECTIONS A traditional building experience, and An approaching bicentenary. 9 PLACES Expanding our vision at Old Farm,Strawberry
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Fanny Balbuk: Perth Resistance Fighter

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Edited by Gina Pickering, this publication provides an overview of the Fanny Balbuk Yooreel project that marked the 110th anniversary of her death. It includes exceptional and rarely heard insights from Perth’s Noongar Elder women about this passionate female resistance fighter who lived through the colonisation of Perth during the
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Wedge and Grey Shack Settlements Cultural Heritage Assessment

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The project was coordinated by the National Trust and was undertaken with assistance from the Wedge Island Progress Association and the Grey Conservation and Community Association. Both community groups also contributed financially to the project. The focus and scope of the project was to assess whether the two shack settlements
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Archaeology and Rock Art in the Dampier Archipelago

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These reports were commissioned by the National Trust of Western Australia, and made possible in part by AMERICAN EXPRESS through a program of the WORLD MONUMENTS FUND. Written by Dr Caroline Bird, MA (Cantab.), MA (STS) (Deakin) , PhD (West.Aust.) and Sylvia J Hallam, MA, FAHA (Fellow of the Australian
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1915 Western Mail War Souvenir

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National Trust Chair the Hon Michael Murray AM QC said the publication reflects the first year of Australia’s participation in WWI and includes an outstanding collection of images, commentary from leading identities and surprising advertisements produced for the1915 souvenir Christmas edition.   “The content presents extraordinary detail about the Western
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Trust News WA Aug 2015

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Inside this Issue: 2 PERSPECTIVES Irene Stainton joins National Trust Council, The President’s Message Dutch expertise comes to the Trust, Heritage Watch. 4 INNOVATION Oyster Harbour Aboriginal Fishtraps, Whirling Dervishes wowed the crowds. 6 CATALYST New laws cast a spotlight on Aboriginal heritage, Wanslea a winner, Vale Helena Murphy, Volunteering
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Sharing our Stories

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understanding the principles of heritage interpretation, and the role it plays in community development the processes of heritage interpretation the production of heritage policies, strategies and projects writing applications for grant funding to pay for the costs of skilled assistance and production. Download Sharing Our Stories
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Archaeology and rock art in the Dampier Archipelago

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A report prepared for the National Trust of Australia (WA)
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Bon Scott’s Memorial at Fremantle Cemetery

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Heritage assessment of the memorial to Fremantle-raised Bon Scott, lead singer of the highly popular band AC/DC.
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Rivers of Emotion

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Edited by Susan Broomhall and Gina Pickering. An emotional history of the Swan and Canning Rivers is supported through funding from the Australian Government’s Your Community Heritage Program Please be aware that this booklet includes images and names of deceased people that may cause sadness or distress to Aboriginal and
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Guidelines for Interpretation of Aboriginal Heritage

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This document provides guidelines to ensure the respect, acknowledgment and ownership of Aboriginal place and story unfolds in a respectful and sensitive way for a variety of audiences.
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Trust News WA May 2015

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Inside this Issue: 2 PERSPECTIVES Curtin Law School opts for 57 Murray Street, Succession Planning at the National Trust, Heritage Watch. 4 INNOVATION Avondale goes global in sustainability showcase, Conflict and Compassion in May, Collaboration vital to Australia’s knowledge economy. 7 CONNECTIONS A delicate partnership, Pipeline Passings, A Cup of
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Trust News WA Feb 2015

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Inside this Issue: 2 PERSPECTIVES Curtin Uni brings new future to Old Perth Boys’ School, CY O’Connor Lecture, Urban Heritage Strategies for the Royal Perth Hospital Heritage, Precinct, Annual General Meeting, Heritage Watch. 4 INNOVATION Heritage Festival 2015 offers a pop up, The name says it all. 6 PLACES Artillery
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