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Title The Emigrant's Guide to Australia. With a Memoir of Mrs. Chisholm
Author Mackenzie, Eneas
Date 1853
Document Type Printed Book
Publisher Information Clarke, Beeton & Co, London
Reference HT 12920
Library / Archive Museums Victoria
Collection Name Emigrant Guides and Promotional Material
Description The book includes information on advice as to who should emigrate, emigration societies, ship details, advice on preparing for the journey, arrival information, and a guide to the diggings. It also includes information specific to the Port Phillip district. Included is also a memoir for Caroline Chisholm, who was extremely active at this time encouraging, promoting and facilitating women and families to immigrate to Australia.
Theme(s) Motives for Emigration
Country (from) Great Britain
Country (to) Australia
Places Tasmania; Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Ports Port Phillip, Victoria, Australia
Nationality English
People Chisholm, Caroline
Keywords food, emigration, health and sickness, employment, agriculture, god rush, government, postal service, Family Colonisation Loan Society
Additional Information Please note: Some of the metadata for this document has been taken from the Museum Victoria catalogue.
Catalogue Link Museums Victoria Catalogue
Language English
Copyright Museums Victoria