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Main street in Williamstown showing Hall and Institute, Queen Street, c1911 (State Library of South Australia, B 12098)

Williamstown: A Landscape of Historic Change

Join Martin Johnson talking about his latest book From Rabbit Traps to Cellar Doors – stories, poetry and photographs from Williamstown, one of South Australia’s early villages. Martin will speak about the loss of employment opportunities that has changed the social and cultural dynamics of a community that had been established by dairy and mixed farming, orchards, timber mills, clay mine, reservoir and pipeline construction, home-grown bakeries, butchers’ slaughter-yards and forestry; opportunities that no longer exist for youngsters looking for a start in life.

Presented by Martin Johnson

When

Thu 20 May, 11.30am (approx. 60 mins)

Where

Prince Albert Hotel, 109 Murray St, Gawler

Price

Free

Contact

Martin Johnson, 0467 449 292, youngandjohnson@bigpond.com

Info

Family Friendly Wheelchair Access Full Toilet Facilities

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