Create Person: South Australia Railway You do not have permission to edit this page, for the following reason: The action you have requested is limited to users in the group: Users. Alternative or previous name/s: Type of person: IndividualFamilyGroupPartners Principal place of residence: Additional current location/s: Previous location/s: Individual Surname: First names: Honorific title/s: Dame The Hon. Judge Lady Lord Sir Postnomials: AC AFC AO CAM CBE CH CMG DBE DFC DSO GCMG KBE KCMG MBE MC MM OAM OBE OM PC QC VC Gender: MaleFemale Date of birth: JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember Place of birth: Date of decease: JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember Place of decease: Resident in Adelaide - start: Resident in Adelaide - end: Description Featured Image: Enter a title in the MediaInfo namespace. Uses autocomplete. Historic Themes: 1 The Adelaide Environment 1.1 The Site of the City and its Planning 1.2 The Effects of Geology and Topography 2 Peopling a city 2.1 Aborigines: Tradition and Displacement 2.2 Immigration 2.2.1 Early Colonial Settlement 2.2.2 Jewish Settlers 2.2.3 German Settlers 2.2.4 Irish Settlers 2.2.5 Chinese Settlers 2.2.6 Middle Eastern (Afghan/Lebanese) Settlers 2.2.7 Greek Settlers 2.2.8 Italian Settlers 2.2.9 Scottish Settlers 2.3 City Dwellers: Householders, Boarders and Tenants 2.4 City Dwellers: City, state and business leaders 3 Developing a City Economy 3.1 Economic Cycles 3.1.1 Early Development Patterns 3.1.2 Recession 3.1.3 Discovery of Copper 3.1.4 Discovery of Gold in Victoria 3.1.5 Farming Boom 3.1.6 Mid-1880s Recession 3.1.7 Effects of Interstate Mining Ventures 3.1.8 New Technology and City Development 3.1.9 Post World War Two Development 3.1.10 Moderism 3.2 Utilising Natural Resources 3.2.1 Timber 3.2.2 Limestone 3.2.3 Clay Bricks 3.2.4 Water 3.3 Financing Adelaide 3.3.1 Land Speculation 3.3.2 Banking 3.3.3 Other Financial Institutions 3.3.4 Stock and Station Companies 3.3.5 Company Headquarters 3.4 Manufacturing 3.4.1 Milling 3.4.2 Foundries and Ironworks 3.4.3 Factories 3.4.4 Coachbuilders 3.4.5 Breweries and Drink Manufacturers 3.5 Commercial, Marketing & Retail 3.5.1 Markets 3.5.2 Retail and Wholesale Industry 3.5.3 Department Stores 3.5.4 Smaller Retail Establishments 3.5.5 A City of Pubs 3.6 Professional Services 3.6.1 Surveyors, Engineers and Early Architects 3.6.2 Early Hospitals and the Medical Profession 3.6.3 Lawyers and the Legal Profession 3.6.4 Teaching 3.7 Working Men and Women 3.7.1 Public Servants 3.7.2 Factory Workers 3.7.3 Office Workers 3.7.4 Small contractors 3.7.5 Domestic Service 3.7.6 Labouring 3.7.7 Dealing with Unemployment and Homelessness 3.7.8 Working in the Home 3.7.9 Recruiting Labour 4 BUILDING ADELAIDE 4.1 Development of City Services 4.1.1 Water Supply 4.1.2 Public Health 4.1.3 Public Transport 4.1.4 Private Transport 4.1.5 Horse Drawn Tramway System 4.1.6 Electric Tramway System 4.1.7 Street Lighting 4.1.8 Establishing communications 4.2 City Planning 4.2.1 Building Regulations 4.2.2 Health Regulations for Housing 4.2.3 Town Planning 4.3 Development of the Building Industry, Architecture and Construction 4.3.1 Architects and Builders 4.3.2 Twentieth Century Architects 4.3.3 Building Materials 4.3.4 Inventions and Innovations 4.4 Residential Development, Building Types and Living Conditions 4.4.1 Subdivision and Residential Development 4.4.2 Other Forms of Accommodation 4.4.3 Post War Housing Shortage 4.4.4 Philanthropic Housing 4.5 Building Styles in Adelaide 4.5.1 Early Victorian 4.5.2 Victorian 4.5.3 Edwardian 4.5.4 Inter War 4.5.5 Post War (to 1970) 4.5.6 Modern 4.5.7 Residential revival 4.6 Heritage and Building Conservation 4.7 Memorable Development Eras 5 GOVERNING 5.1 Local Government 5.1.1 Formation of a City Administration 5.1.2 Civic Consciousness 5.1.3 City Improvements and City Planning 5.2 State Government 5.2.1 Creating State Government Institutions and Facilities 5.2.2 Law and Police 5.2.3 Health and Social Welfare 5.3 Federal Government 5.4 Government Employment and the Public Service 6 DEVELOPING ADELAIDE'S SOCIAL AND CULTURAL LIFE 6.1 Living and Dying in Adelaide 6.1.1 Births 6.1.2 Childhood 6.1.3 Growing up 6.1.4 Forming partnerships and families 6.1.5 Death, Dying and Notable Funerals 6.2 Recreation and Entertainment 6.2.1 Theatres 6.2.2 Cinemas 6.2.3 Hotels, Bars and Wine shops 6.2.4 Cafes and Restaurants 6.2.5 Sport 6.2.6 Other Amusements 6.2.7 Enjoying the natural environment 6.3 Worshipping 6.3.1 Places of worship/Churches 6.3.2 Church schools 6.3.3 Other Religious Activities 6.4 Forming Associations 6.4.1 Nationality-based Clubs 6.4.2 Philanthropic Associations 6.4.3 Friendly Societies 6.4.4 Community and Service Organisations 6.5 Significant Events 6.5.1 Disasters 6.5.2 Public spectacles and celebrations 6.5.3 Remembering the Fallen 6.6 Arts and Sciences 7 EDUCATING 7.1 Schools 7.1.1 Special Schools 7.1.2 Pre-schools and Kindergartens 7.1.3 Primary and secondary schools 7.2 Technical Training and Further Education 7.3 Universities and Colleges of Advanced Education 7.4 Libraries, Learned Institutions and Museums Australian Curriculum references: Personal and Family Histories ACHHK001 ACHHK002 ACHHK003 ACHHK004 Year 1: Present and Past Family Life ACHHK028 ACHHK029 ACHHK030 Year 2: The Past in the Present ACHHK044 ACHHK045 ACHHK046 Year 3: Community and Remembrance ACHHK060 ACHHK061 ACHHK062 ACHHK063 ACHHK064 Year 4: First contacts ACHHK077 ACHHK078 ACHHK079 ACHHK080 Year 5: The Australian Colonies ACHHK093 ACHHK094 ACHHK095 ACHHK096 ACHHK097 Year 6: Australia as a Nation ACHHK113 ACHHK114 ACHHK115 ACHHK116 Year 9: Making of the Modern world ACOKFH016 ACOKFH015 ACOKFH017 ACOKFH019 ACDSEH019 ACDSEH086 ACDSEH087 ACDSEH088 ACDSEH017 ACDSEH080 ACDSEH081 ACDSEH082 ACDSEH018 ACDSEH083 ACDSEH084 ACDSEH085 ACDSEH093 ACDSEH094 ACDSEH142 ACDSEH141 ACDSEH020 ACDSEH089 ACDSEH090 ACDSEH091 ACDSEH092 ACDSEH021 ACDSEH095 ACDSEH096 ACDSEH097 Year 10: The Modern World and Australia ACOKFH018 ACOKFH021 ACOKFH022 ACOKFH023 ACOKFH024 ACDSEH024 ACDSEH107 ACDSEH108 ACDSEH109 ACDSEH023 ACDSEH104 ACDSEH105 ACDSEH106 ACDSEH134 ACDSEH143 ACDSEH027 ACDSEH121 ACDSEH122 ACDSEH123 ACDSEH149 ACDSEH028 ACDSEH125 ACDSEH126 ACDSEH127 ACDSEH128 ACDSEH144 ACDSEH145 ACDSEH146 ACDSEH147 Tags - Topics: Tags - SCOT thesaurus: Principal Occupation: See also: References: Further reading: External links: Wikipedia Use Wikipedia: Wikipedia Page: Summary: This is a minor edit Watch this page Cancel Retrieved from "https://adelaidepedia.com.au/wiki/Special:FormEdit/Person/South_Australia_Railway"