COG visit to Lanyon 31/3/2019

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Subject: COG visit to Lanyon 31/3/2019
From: Terry Bell <>
Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2019 03:26:26 +0000
This talk, arranged by Spiral at the Anglican Church at Curtin might be of 
special interest to members planning to participate in the above event.

Professor Nicholas Brown, author of History of Canberra, is a direct descendant 
of 19 year old James Brown convicted of assault/theft in Edinburgh, Scotland, 
in1834 and later assigned as a convict to the then owner of Lanyon.

This talk, with refreshments includes starts at 1000 and a gold coin donation, 
has a fascinating story to tell about early Canberra through to selection as 
the national capital and development since then.

Perhaps, anyone reading this post, or hearing the information by way of mouth, 
and desirous of attending, could notify me by email to  
for space to be reserved at the church hall.

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