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Agency ID6238
TitleCharters Towers Central State Boys School
Agency TypeEducation Provider
Start Date 23/1/1882
End Date 1/12/1964
Date NotesN/A
Abstract

Provided primary school education for boys only.

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Series

Series IDTitleFromTo
1807Admission Registers - State School 5/5/1885 22/10/1964
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Controlling Agencies

Agency IDTitleFromTo
32Department of Public Instruction 23/1/1882 12/8/1957
404Department of Education 13/8/1957 1/12/1964
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Remarks

Information Sources

Department of Education. Admission Registers. QSA SRS 1807/1
Queensland Parliamentary Papers, Session of 1965, p 615
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Legislation

Establishing N/A
Abolishing N/A
Administered State Education Acts & Amendment Acts 1875-1957
Education Acts & Amendment Acts 1964-1988
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Description
Charters Towers Central Boys School opened on 23 January 1882, after Charters Towers State School had been divided into a separate Girls and Infants School and a Boys School. In January 1965 the Boys School and the Girls and Infants School amalgamated to become Charters Towers Central State School.
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Preferred Citation

Queensland State Archives Agency ID6238, Charters Towers Central State Boys School
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Last updated 9 September 2016
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