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JOHN AND ELIZABETH MACARTHUR

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Transcript of JOHN AND ELIZABETH MACARTHUR

John and Elizabeth Macarthur
Experiences
Colony Impacts
Time line
2004
2007
2013
2010
2001
1998
1788
Elizabeth and John got married
1790
After the long voyage John and Elizabeth arrived in Sydney

1793
John was granted land at Parramatta, they started 'Elizabeth Farm'
1801
John was sent to England for trial and Elizabeth manages the farm for the four years he is away.
1766
Elizabeth was born in England on the 14th of August
1767
John was born in England

JOHN MACARTHUR
MERINO SHEEP
England
Contributions
Merino sheep posted-stamp

William Bligh getting arrested
Grazing Land
History Background
Main Events in their life
Their Achievements
How Did the Colony Change as a result of their Actions
Interesting Facts
Quotes from them or about them
Game Time
2004
2007
2013
2010
2001
1998
1817
John returns to Australia from being in England for eight years
1822
John and Elizabeth won awards for quality and quantity of wool
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1825
John was made a member of the NSWN Legislative Council
11 April 1834 & 9 Feb 1850
John dies on the 11th of April 1834 near Sydney. In 16 years Elizabeth dies on the 9th of December 1850 in Sydney.
1805
John and Elizabeth started breeding Merino sheep
1809
John went back to England for eight years and Elizabeth continued to manage the properties

Second Fleet
Letter to Elizabeth
Lord Camden
England Map
Round 1
Piece together the sentences
Round 2
Bingo Card
Bibliography
Thank You
http://www.abc.net.au/bligh/factoids/macarthurj.htm

http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/macarthur-john-2390

http://australia.gov.au/about-australia/australian-story/macarthurs-and-the-merino-sheep

http://www.australianhistory.org/john-macarthur

#aid=P-sMuNp3zno

http://www.hht.net.au/discover/highlights/guidebooks/elizabeth_farm


http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/macarthur-elizabeth-2387

http://www.hht.net.au/discover/highlights/guidebooks/elizabeth_farm

http://www.campbelltown.nsw.gov.au/MacarthurElizabethandJohn

http://prezi.com/oy53auunwubn/the-macarthurs/

http://prezi.com/1dojtvcgav8e/elizabeth-macarthur/

http://www.camdenparkhouse.com.au/john-macarthur.htm
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