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Whitney Pastoral Company further records and King family papers, ca. 1835-ca. 1994

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Whitney Pastoral Company further records and King family papers, ca. 1835-ca. 1994

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MLMSS 9588

Record identifier

94RkA0g1

Whitney Pastoral Company further records and King family papers, ca. 1835-ca. 1994

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Whitney Pastoral Company further records and King family papers, ca. 1835-ca. 1994

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Whitney Pastoral Company further records and King family papers, ca. 1835-ca. 1994

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Date

ca. 1835-ca. 1994

Call Numbers

MLMSS 9588

Record Identifier

94RkA0g1
Physical Description

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12.2 metres of textual material (58 boxes)

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Fonds

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Copyright status : In copyright. This collection has multiple copyright holders

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Contents

Whitney Pastoral Co. (WPC) records and King family papers, ca. 1835-ca. 1994.

BOX 1
Folder 1: 1976-1993; Completed Agricultural Census forms, ABS
Folder 2: 1945-1953; Completed Returns of Land and Stock forms, ABS
Folder 3: 1951-1984; Rural Worker’s Accommodation, Shearer’s accommodation
Folder 4: 1958-1975; Payroll tax
Folde...

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Whitney Pastoral Company further records and King family papers, ca. 1835-ca. 1994

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CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Donated by Berkeley King in 1994 and 2000.

Administrative / Biographical history

In July 1825, Thomas Icely was given a free grant of 560 acres in Carcoar, N.S.W., by Lord Bathurst and named the land Cooming Park. By 1838, Icely had acquired almost 60,000 acres of land, and using 62 convicts, brought 240 acres under cultivation, established a horse stud, and completed the major farm buildings. In June 1863, members of Ben Hall’...

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MLMSS 9588

Record Identifier

94RkA0g1

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107070

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