Join Karen Hagan, Property Coordinator, Education and Cultural Programs for Dundullimal Homestead, as she presents a talk about life on the land at Dundullimal from 1836-1914, focusing on the lives of the people that worked there. The Dundullimal run impacted upon hundreds of people’s lives but most of their stories have gone untold. This talk is informed by an ongoing project to find out more about the people who lived and worked at the head station. It focuses upon the craftsmen, grooms, farmhands, servants, stockmen and their families. What were their lives like? What led them to Dundullimal? What legacies have they left? Come along to hear about some of the fascinating information that has been unearthed. Free. Light refreshments provided. Bookings required. Book online at www.mrl.eventbrite.com.au

Contact

Dubbo Library
Phone
02 6801 4510
Email
dubbo.mrl@mrl.nsw.gov.au

Details

Date
08-Apr-2019
Time
Start Time
10.30am
Finish Time
11.30am
Cost
Free

Address

Venue
Macquarie Regional Library
Location
Corner Macquarie & Talbragar Streets, Dubbo

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