Group Settlement

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Typical Group Settlement house, somewhere near Augusta in the 1920s.
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Group Settlement house with extensive and immaculate vegetable garden, date unknown.
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Carting fodder for animals on Group Settlements in the 1920s. Ned Higgins at a depot in the bush.
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An original \"humpy\" in which the Group Settlers lived until sufficient land was cleared and their house built. Location and date unknown.
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Group carts lined up at Cowaramup Siding for distribution to the Groups, 1924
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Group Settlers Group 2, 1923. Prime Minister Bruce and Mrs Bruce visiting with James Mitchell (centre, rear) Press photograph.
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Bogged Group truck being extricated. Roads in the winter were all pretty much like this in the 1920s.
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Hay carting on Group 72, 1927/28
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Using a cross cut saw on Group 72, date unknown. Milking shed in background.
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Group 63 (Rapid Landing) school children and teacher Mr Hill in the 1920s.
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The school bell from Bramley Group school
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School children and teachers Miss M.Betts and E.A. Smith outside the Bramley Group School, newly built in 1925
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The newly-refurbished \"Old Settlement\" at the entrance to town now houses the headquarters of the Historical Society in the old Bramley School building.

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