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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