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A selection of 1978 Cabinet Minutes
This exhibition contains a selection of digitised 1978 Cabinet Minutes on topics such as private swimming pools, electrical development in Queensland, personalized number plates, Commonwealth Games accommodation and the bread industry.
Exhibition ID: 75
A selection of 1980 Cabinet Minutes
This exhibition contains a selection of digitised 1980 Cabinet Minutes on topics such as the Raby Bay Canal Estate development, the world heritage listing of the Great Barrier Reef and the Rundle Oil Shale project.
Exhibition ID: 77
A selection of 1981 Cabinet Minutes
This exhibition contains a selection of digitised 1981 Cabinet Minutes on topics such as casino licenses, commerce and industry in Queensland, and the environment.
Exhibition ID: 78
A Unique History: Australian South Sea Islanders in Queensland
Australian South Sea Islanders are a distinct cultural group who are the descendents of predominantly Melanesian people brought to Queensland between 1863 and 1904 from the Pacific Islands. This Queensland State Archives display features records relating to the recruitment, indenture, deportation and repatriation of South Sea Islanders (late 1800s, early 1900s) and highlights examples of more recent records including enrolment and school records.
Exhibition ID: 6
Agriculture in Queensland
This exhibition highlights some of the historical documents and images in Queensland State Archives' collection which illustrate the history of agriculture in Queensland. Throughout Queensland's history, the agriculture industry has been a cornerstone of the economy and pivotal to the life stories of many Queenslanders.
Exhibition ID: 42
Anzac Day
This exhibition highlights some of the records in our collection on Anzacs, Anzac Day and memorials for fallen soldiers such as the Shrine of Remembrance in Anzac Square, Brisbane. Anzac Day - 25 April - marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand soldiers duing the First World War. Anzac is an abbreviation of the phrase 'Australian and New Zealand Army Corps' used to describe our forces during the First World War.
Exhibition ID: 65
Anzac Square and the Shrine of Remembrance
Anzac Square and the Shrine of Remembrance is a State memorial to those who participated in overseas armed service campaigns. This exhibition includes photographs and documents from Queensland State Archives' collection which illustrate the development of Anzac Square. More information about the history of Anzac Square is available in the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection's Heritage Register.
Exhibition ID: 72
At Home in New Holland: the Dutch in Queensland
The connection between Queensland and the Netherlands started with the landing on Cape York of the Dutch vessel Duyfken in 1606. Since free settlement commenced in 1842 many Dutch people have made Queensland their home. Did you know that the state soccer team, Queensland Roar, are the latest incarnation of the Hollandia team? This exhibition contains photographs, immigration records, examples of land records as well as numerous other items pertaining to the Dutch presence in Queensland.
Exhibition ID: 9
Australian Comforts Fund
During World War II, the Patriotic Fund of Queensland and the Australia Comforts Fund entered into a cooperative agreement to provide assistance to Queensland troops. The Australian Comforts Fund also worked with other organisations, such as the Salvation Army, for the benefit of troops. This exhibition highlights some of the publicity photographs created between 1942 and 1945 which document the services provided to Australian troops by the Australian Comforts Fund and its partners.
Exhibition ID: 52
Beach Life
Queenslanders love the outdoors and the beach. With plenty of beaches to choose from the Gold Coast to Cape York, this exhibition highlights some of these beautiful places we love to visit.
Exhibition ID: 16
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Last updated 9 September 2016
Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia (CC BY 3.0) ( http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/au/ )
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