The Historical Archaeology of the First Government House site, Sydney: Further Research
Part of the Exploring the Archaeology of the Modern City project
This publication presents the results of the EAMC analysis of assemblages at the First Government House site. It includes a discussion of the site’s formation processes and three studies of different aspects of the historical archaeology of First Government House: one, the printing office and additional lead type recovered in Young Street; two, the tablewares and dining equipage of Governors King and Macquarie; and three, the unusual architectural history of the guard house, built c. 1812 and partially demolished in 1838.
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The Historical Archaeology of the First Government House site, Sydney: Further Research. Penny Crook, Tim Murray. Archaeology of the Modern City Series ,11. Glebe, NSW: Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales. 2006 ( tDAR id: 407319) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8PZ5BX2
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First Government House site (Sydney)
min long: 151.19; min lat: -33.872 ; max long: 151.23; max lat: -33.849 ;
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Contact(s): Penny Crook
TDAR ID(s): 6901
FAIMS ID(s): repo.fedarch.org/document/6901
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