What You Should Do to Find Out About Hard Math Problems for College Students Before You’re Left Behind

All About Hard Math Problems for College Students The only means to writing a captivating argumentative essay is to realize the structure in order to remain focused and make a strong point. The writer ought to go through the finished document to create corrections. The reader should be guided to the point you would like … Continue reading What You Should Do to Find Out About Hard Math Problems for College Students Before You’re Left Behind

Presentation

This week I gave a Presentation at the Western Australian Museum in Kalgoorlie. Titled ‘All the explorers, all their journals’, the focus was on ‘Exploring Eastwards’, a forthcoming volume of Western Australian Exploration. We have a number of speakers willing to address interested groups. Should your 4WD Club, historical society, Rotary / Lions / Apex … Continue reading Presentation

Pitman Shorthand

I would expect that most people reading this Blog would be aware of Mary Durack’s Kings in Grass Castles and probably Sons in the Saddles. The Duracks were pioneer settlers and explorers in the east Kimberley. A member of their 1882 expedition, John Pentecost, kept his own diary that conveys a story at quite a … Continue reading Pitman Shorthand

Stampede

The Journal of the Brockman Droving Expedition 1874-75, edited by Nan Broad with Peter Bridge, is the second volume in the Western Australian Exploration series. The following is extracted from page 7 of the volume: By 9 o’clock we all turned in around the campfire and soon fell asleep to the music of the ring … Continue reading Stampede

Footnotes

A feature of all volumes in the Western Australian Exploration series is the expert annotations. One could go to the State Records Office of Western Australia at the Alexander Library in the Perth Cultural Centre and find the originals of the diaries that are reproduced in the various volumes. A knowledge of the archival system … Continue reading Footnotes