ACTIVITY TYPE DATE VENUE SPONSOR CONTACT
OT-150 Symposium with multiple presenters Presentations July 21 2022, 9.30 am to 1 pm Allan Scott Auditorium (room H2-16) University of South Australia University of South Australia, URPS and the OT-150 Committee Mac Benoy EMAIL info@ot150.net
OT-150 SYMPOSIUM
Connecting the Colonies: The Overland Telegraph’s Role In Global Communication Richard Venus
After the Great Work – meeting the challenges of the 1870's Emeritus Professor Denis Cryle
Perceptions of the OT Ten Years On – from the Public Record Mac Benoy, Todd Resercher What’s Left - the OTL in the 21st Century Andrew Crouch, Overland Telegraph Historian Book Launch - “20 to the Mile, the Overland Telegraph” by Derek Pugh Launched by Barry Todd, great grandson of Sir Charles Todd Meet the author - optional session with Derek Pugh
Overland Telegraph Construction: Relationships with First Nations Peoples Susie Herzberg OAM, Urban and Environmental Planner
Building the Overland Telegraph Derek Pugh OAM - author of “20 to the Mile, the Overland Telegraph”
A line of enquiry: Collections & Knowledge Generated by the Overland Telegraph Line Philip Jones, South Australian Museum Senior Researcher
Overland Telegraph 150th Anniversary 1872-2022
Opening by Her Excellency the Honourable Frances Adamson AC Governor of South Australia Facilitated by Keith Conlon OAM - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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ACTIVITY TYPE DATE VENUE SPONSOR CONTACT
OT-150 Symposium with multiple presenters Presentations July 21 2022 Unversity of SA, City West, Theater H2-16 OT-150 Mac Benoy EMAIL info@ot150.net
SYMPOSIUM
Connecting the Colonies: The Overland Telegraph’s Role In Global Communication Richard Venus, OTL Researcher
After the Great Work – meeting the challenges of the 1870's Emeritus Professor Denis Cryle
Perceptions of the OT from the Public Record Mac Benoy, Todd researcher
Overland Telegraph Construction: Relationships with First Nations Peoples Susie Herzberg, Todd Family
Building the Overland Telegraph Derek Pugh - author of 20 to the Mile, the Overland Telegraph
A line of enquiry: Collections & Knowledge Generated by the Overland Telegraph Line Philip Jones, S A Museum Senior Researcher
What’s Left - the OTL in the 21st Century Andrew Crouch, O. T. Historian SA Book Launch - “20 to the Mile, the Overland Telegraph” by Derek Pugh Launched by Barry Todd, great grandson of Sir Charles Todd Meet the author - optional session with Derek Pugh
A line of enquiry: Collections & Knowledge Generated by the Overland Telegraph Line Philip Jones, S A Museum Senior Researcher
Overland Telegraph 150th Anniversary 1872-2022
Opening by Her Excellency the Honourable Frances Adamson AC, Governor of South Australia Facilitated by Keith Conlon OAM - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -