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High Tea at Barabba
Title : High Tea at Barabba High Tea at Barabba
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Creator : Barabba Methodist Church (S. Aust.)
Date of creation : ca. 1942
Format : Ephemera
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Description :
The Primitive Methodists built a pug and pine church at Barabba in 1867, which was replaced with a neat stone building in 1876. In the country, social events often centred around the church. Concerts, teas and anniversaries were an excuse for gathering and sharing fellowship.
Related names :

Barabba Methodist Church (S. Aust.)

Coverage year : 1942
Place : Barabba (S. Aust.)
Further reading :
Edwards, Glenys. (comp.) Barabba School scrapbook 1875-1995, [Kidman Park, S. Aust.: G. Edwards, 1995]



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