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`Memories in a Suitcase` recognises the contribution of all migrants to the cultural and physical advancement and enhancement of the quality of life in the City of Mount Gambier.

`Memories in a Suitcase` recognises the contribution of all migrants to the cultural and physical advancement and enhancement of the quality of life in the City of Mount Gambier.

IN MEMORY OF MIGRANTS TO AUSTRALIA This monument was erected to remember and honour all migrants who have come to Australia from many parts of the world. Their hardship and perserverence have contributed to the growth and development of this nation of ours. A nation we can all be proud of. The migrant monument will be here for generations to come. Helping foster an appreciation and understanding in the meaning and courage of the migrant.

IN MEMORY OF MIGRANTS TO AUSTRALIA This monument was erected to remember and honour all migrants who have come to Australia from many parts of the world. Their hardship and perserverence have contributed to the growth and development of this nation of ours. A nation we can all be proud of. The migrant monument will be here for generations to come. Helping foster an appreciation and understanding in the meaning and courage of the migrant.

letter to Barbara Condurateanu, Migrant Hostel Bonegilla, Victoria, from the Commonwealth Employment Service, 1950, telling her to start work as a maid at the Walwa Hotel, NSW. Wage 4 pounds 14 shillings and 6 pence per week (less tax)

letter to Barbara Condurateanu, Migrant Hostel Bonegilla, Victoria, from the Commonwealth Employment Service, 1950, telling her to start work as a maid at the Walwa Hotel, NSW. Wage 4 pounds 14 shillings and 6 pence per week (less tax)

Quong Tart famous scone recipe

Quong Tart famous scone recipe

Julie Kerner talks about being an enemy alien in wartime Sydney. Mosman Memories  http://www.mosmanvoices.net/oral-histories/139/julie-kerner

Julie Kerner talks about being an enemy alien in wartime Sydney. Mosman Memories http://www.mosmanvoices.net/oral-histories/139/julie-kerner

"Passages in ships of the highest class are granted by the Agent General for NSW to eligible applicants such as farmers, Agricultural and other Labourers, suitable classes of Mechanics, and female Domestic Servants..."  - Immigration Poster c.1850

"Passages in ships of the highest class are granted by the Agent General for NSW to eligible applicants such as farmers, Agricultural and other Labourers, suitable classes of Mechanics, and female Domestic Servants..." - Immigration Poster c.1850

Certificate Registration of Alien issued by the Commonwealth of Australia to Mr Ah Him, 1940.  Asian aliens (non-citizen residents) could not apply for naturalisation until 1957. Mr Ah Him arrived in Australia in 1895 and travelled to China on several occasions. Here he asks for exemption from the dictation test on his return to Australia. The dictation test was used by immigration officers as a means of restricting entry into Australia and enforcing the White Australia Policy.

Certificate Registration of Alien issued by the Commonwealth of Australia to Mr Ah Him, 1940. Asian aliens (non-citizen residents) could not apply for naturalisation until 1957. Mr Ah Him arrived in Australia in 1895 and travelled to China on several occasions. Here he asks for exemption from the dictation test on his return to Australia. The dictation test was used by immigration officers as a means of restricting entry into Australia and enforcing the White Australia Policy.

Instructions to Australian Immigration Officers on how to administer the Dictation test. Section (iv) was used to exclude anyone not wanted in Australia.

Instructions to Australian Immigration Officers on how to administer the Dictation test. Section (iv) was used to exclude anyone not wanted in Australia.

Fourteen children died of malnutrition at Bonegilla during 1949. An enquiry criticised the camp medical facilities. - The Canberra Times 24 September 1949, page 1

Fourteen children died of malnutrition at Bonegilla during 1949. An enquiry criticised the camp medical facilities. - The Canberra Times 24 September 1949, page 1

Stop examining the oppressed, instead examine the oppressor – this will do in racism & marginalisation | The Stringer

Stop examining the oppressed, instead examine the oppressor – this will do in racism & marginalisation | The Stringer

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