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Photographs of metal artefacts of Irish origin discovered in Baker's Flat, South Australia

Flinders University
Heather Burke (Associated with) Prof Heather Daphne Burke (Associated with)
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This dataset contains 1 x cvs file (preservation copy), 1 x excel spreadsheet (BFK Metal Catalogue 2014-08-04), 2,096 cropped photos (jpg format). It includes a catalogue of photographs of metal artefacts originating from the Irish settlement of Baker's Flat, South Australia (settled from 1854 to the 1920s). \n\nMany of the artefacts conform to general Victorian trends, and align with a people endeavouring to conform to the ideal of respectability, evident particularly in the jewellery. Some reflect sporting activities and cultural conformity such as decorative cricket belt buckles and dog tags. Others indicate Irish Catholic origin including religious medals and rosaries. There are 548 buttons which range from functional trouser, uniform and military buttons to decorative Art Nouveau styles.

Created: 12 05 2015

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Data time period: 31 12 1928

Data time period: Nineteenth Century

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text: Baker's Flat, South Australia

dcmiPoint: name=Baker's Flat, South Australia; east=; north=; projection=WGS84

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