Spotlight on the People of the Ship 'Coromandel', 1837

This Spotlight event provides a focus on the ship Coromandel of 1837 and the people on board including young married labourers, and the ship’s deserters. Presenters will share research experiences, with stories including selected biographies of the deserters and passenger pioneers of the Adelaide Hills.

Key topics:

• The researchers’ experiences and discoveries. • The voyage of the Coromandel. • The Coromandel deserters – SA’s first major manhunt, myths dispelled, full facts identified, their hideout and 'capture'. • Connections to Coromandel Valley and the broader Adelaide Hills area. • Selected biographies of the people of the Coromandel.

Supper and chat time included.

Bookings not required

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Event Details

Finished

Venue information

  • Companion card accepted
  • Wheelchair access

Event type

Talk/Special event

Dates and times

Wed 8 May, 7.30-10pm

Location

Uniting Church Hall, 266 Main Rd, Blackwood

Cost

Per Person: $5.00

Booking

Bookings not required

Contact

National Trust Liaison Officer
0474 066 776
ntcoro1 [at] bigpond.com

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