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Item ID1098175
Previous System LocationSRS189/1/13
Parent Item 435739
Transfer ID1984
Record TypePhotographic material
Item FormatPhotographic image
DescriptionPlanting sugar-cane Queensland, Hop [Hap] Wah, Chinese canegrowers, 1878
Departmental Numbers545
Preferred CitationQueensland State Archives Item ID1098175, Photographic material
Start Date Circa 31/12/1878
End Date Circa 31/12/1878
Date Statement 
Date NotesThe attribution of this date is provided in the original photograph caption.
Series ID: 189
Photographic Proofs and Prints of Queensland Industry, Services, Views, People and Events (colour and black and white)

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Access Category20 Years
Access Procedure 
Agency Now Responsible
Agency ID: 15
Department of the Premier and Cabinet
Restriction DetailsN/A
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Extended Description

Caption references Hop Wah plantation, may also be Hambledon. The Hop Wah syndicate consisted of Chinese workers who grew cane, cotton and other crops on a plantation of 600 acres selected by Andrew Leon, a prominent Chinese business man.

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