Settlers, Squatters and Selectors: Land ownership in Australia, 1788-1900 - free replay of today's Down Under webinar by Cathie Sherwood now available for limited time
The recording of today's webinar by Cathie Sherwood, "Settlers, Squatters and Selectors: Land ownership in Australia, 1788-1900” is now available to view at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for free for a limited time.
Since the early days of British settlement in Australia, land has been considered to be one of its greatest assets. Until 1831, some settlers received large grants of land while others were entitled to only 30 acres, plus an additional 20 acres if married and 10 acres for each child. Over the next seventy years, the colonies developed their own land allocation schemes, each devised for a specific purpose. This presentation will highlight the records which relate to Crown Land, pastoral runs, land selection, occupation records, land orders and land ownership.
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