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[[File: Doveton-ps-shake reduct-contrast-tone.jpg|500px|thumb|centre| ''Francis Crossman Doveton, First Gold Commissioner on the Victorian Goldfields'', Kind permission Wayne Comper]]
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[[File: James Murphy headstone 1 wiki.jpg|500px|thumb|centre| ''James Murphy, headstone'', Photograph Collen Whelan]]
 
[[File: James Murphy headstone 1 wiki.jpg|500px|thumb|centre| ''James Murphy, headstone'', Photograph Collen Whelan]]
  

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Francis Crossman Doveton, First Gold Commissioner on the Victorian Goldfields, Kind permission Wayne Comper
James Murphy, headstone, Photograph Collen Whelan
James Murphy, headstone, Photograph Collen Whelan
ss Great Britain in full sail 1857
Headstone of Ann Duke.
James W. Farrant, son of John Farrant. Adelaide News, 9 February 1927
Thomas Bath, c1894.
William Irwin, c1894.
Robert Sim, c1894.
Ned Devine and The Great Leviathan drawn by the famous 12 greys in Malop Street, Geelong, where for some years the office of Cobb & Co. was situated. The passengers were members of Stephenson's English Eleven, 1862. Geelong Advertiser, 08 July 1955.
William Mair Victoria and Riverina - a biographical record of some of the pioneer families of Victoria and the Riverina. McCarron, Bird, Melbourne, 1933.
Robert McIndoe, Victoria and Riverina - a biographical record of some of the pioneer families of Victoria and the Riverina. McCarron, Bird, Melbourne, 1933.
Suellen Crouch, Ascension, 2015. Private Collection.
The chains representing the bonds of tyranny are burnt in the flames of rebellion. The flag can be seen rising from the ashes of Colonial oppression into the joyful light of glorious freedom rising above the sadness. The quilt was exhibited in the Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka Challenge, and is made from mainly cotton fabrics and is pieced and appliqued. The challenge and exhibition centred around the theme Songs of Freedom - Celebrating Democracy. The theme was inspired by the lyrics of five protest songs which form part of the ‘Power of Numbers’ permanent exhibit at M.A.D.E.