Acknowledgements for Articles:
As permitted under the provisions of fair dealing of the Copyright Act 1968, the listed articles and images are used for the purposes of private study, research or review.
Ron Withington, Journal to Great Britain for the Arthur Phillip memorials in London and Bath 2014
- Golden Rules: Australian Family Tree Connections Magazine, December 2011
- Dr Stephen Cuneen: Speech on Arthur Phillip, at First Fleet Park, Wallabadah, 31 August 2014
- Journal courtesy of Ku-ring-gai Historical Society, The Historian, Volume 17 No 3, September 1988
- Secrets of First Fleet revealed, by Malcolm Holland, The Daily Telegraph, 1 October 2010.
- Harbour City weathered many a violent tempest, by Troy Lennon, The Daily Telegraph, 22 April 2015
- First Fleet, Web: http://en.wikipedia.org
- "A burst of fresh air - Southerly Busters", Reverend William Scott MA, First Government Astronomer and Director of Sydney Observatory, by Gillian Doyle
- (Ret.) Major General Paul Irving's speech Farce or Tragedy - Australian Army Reserve since 1788 at General Meeting on 17 October 2015
- Home page image (extract): HMS Sirius, Guardian of the First Fleet by John Allcott
- Australian flag
- Sydney Harbour (Port Jackson) from North Head, courtesy of Gillian Doyle
- Snippets of History: St Phillip's Chapel at Clydesdale Farm, Richmond, mid 1840s
- Purple Noon Transparent Might by Arthur Streeton, digital image courtesy of National Gallery of Victoria
- Australian Army "slouch" hat, courtesy of Josie Kennedy
- The First Fleet entering Port Jackson on 26 January 1788 by E. Le Bihan, Web: http://en.wikipedia.org
- Obverse of Australia's 150th Anniversary medal with Governor Arthur Phillip. Source: Museums Victoria. http://collections.museumvictoria.com.au/items/53079
- Golden Shouldered Parrots: https://www.ehp.qld.gov.au/wildlife/threatened-species/endangered/endangered-animals/goldenshouldered_parrot.html
- "Beer Street and Gin Lane" by Hogarth, Web: http://en.wikipedia.org
- "Southerly Busters", illustration by Alfred Clint, Southerly Busters 1879, by George Herbert Gibson
- Sailing Ship on the Open Sea by Edward Moran
- Detail from Sirius & Convoy entering Botany Bay on 21 January 1788. From 'A Voyage to New South Wales' by William Bradley, December 1786 - May 1792, Safe 1/14
- Australian Opal, http://minerals.pir.sa.gov.au/opal_mining
- Bust of Captain Arthur Phillip, first installed at First Fleet Park, relocated in 2014 to Museum of Sydney. Courtesy of Peter Williams.
- Sir Henry Parkes, internet image courtesy of Wikipedia
- Two images at Lancers Barracks courtesy of G. Doyle; 3 images at Old Government House courtesy of J. Tainsh
- Uparli Dreaming, by Eunice Napangardi: The artist reveals a freshness with a somewhat naturalistic interpretation of her women's dreamings. From Tjukurrpa Desert Paintings of Central Australia
- Three images of HMS Sirius's anchor and cannon, courtesy of Peter Williams
- Arthur Phillip bricks at Botanic Gardens Sydney: Photographs courtesy of Peter F Williams and Monument Australia
- Arthur Phillip bricks at memorial Heritage Square, Gordon NSW. Courtesy of Jo Harris FFF #F100
- Governor Phillip Walk: http://www.wildwalks.com/bushwalking-and-hiking-in-nsw/garigal-national-park/governor-phillip-walk.html
- Arrival document: "List of Female Convicts sentenced to be Transported beyond the Seas...", NSW State Records
- Waratah, floral emblem of New South Wales: Courtesy of photographer, Brian Walters, and the image source, Australian Native Plants Society (Australia)
- St Mary-le-Bow Church, Cheapside, London, 1837, free stock for genealogy and ancestry: google.com.au, ancestryimages.com
- Woolshed at Deeargee Woolshed, Walcha NSW
- Bust and plinth of Arthur Phillip situated outside the entry to the Pymble Soldiers Memorial Park, St Ives, installed by the KMC Bicentennial Committee
- Australian National Parliament, Canberra, ACT. From: Desert Dreamings by Deirdre Stokes
- Pedestrians crossing Martin Place at George Street, Sydney, with the GPO behind, c. 1900. From Frederick Danvers Power: Photonegatives, 1898-1926 / Frederick Danvers. State Library of New South Wales Collections. No known copyright restrictions.
- Family tree image, free: www.dreamstime.com/royalty-free-stock-image-family-tree-logo-leaves-icon-image35074196
- National Parliament of Australia, Canberra ACT. The Aboriginal meaning of the name Canberra is "meeting place". The mosaic shows a gathering of tribespeople of the Dingo, Wallaby and Goanna ancestors for an important ceremony. From: Desert Dreaming by Dierdre Stokes.
- Other unacknowledged images are from the private photographic collection of: G. Doyle, FFF #3152, or from the public domain.
- Design & development: Courtesy of R. Legge FFF #L196; J.F. Nel.
- Composition and uploading of web written content; Colonial Letter & 1806 Marriage Certificate documents: Courtesy of G. Doyle
- Art direction: Courtesy of P. Doyle, FFF #7381
- Proofreading: Courtesy of J. Greer
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Image: From the internet, Cloud formations; Kimberley boab sunrise