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Colonist's experiences: Sarah Mundon
Title : Colonist's experiences: Sarah Mundon Colonist's experiences: Sarah Mundon
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Creator : Mundon, Sarah
Source : D 3231(L)
Place Of Creation : Klemzig
Date of creation : 1842
Format : Letter
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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Letter dated 21 September 1842 by Sarah Mundon from Klemzig to her mother and sister in England, highlighting the lack of news colonists received and the isolation felt by some.

Image: FR Nixon Klemzig (German village on the Torrens). 1845

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Mundon, Sarah

Coverage year : 1842
Period : 1836-1851
Place : Klemzig
Further reading :

Bennett, JF Historical and descriptive account of South Australia founded on the experience of a three years' residence in that colony London: Smith, Elder, 1843

Gibbs, RM A history of South Australia Adelaide: Balara Books, 1969

Colwell, M and Alan Naylor Adelaide: an illustrated history, [Joslin, S. Aust.]: McP, 1981

Kwan, Elizabeth Living in South Australia: a social history, Netley, S. Aust.: South Australian Government Printer, 1987

Pitt, G Index to pioneers arriving in South Australia from overseas ports, July 1836 to December 1845 Archives Department, 1935

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