Deposit N9 - Cowen, Annie Rose Scott deposit

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Cowen, Annie Rose Scott deposit


  • 1879 - 1900 (Creation)

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0.08 m (one item only)

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(1879 - 1971)

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Annie Rose Scott Cowen was born on 24 April 1879 and spent the years 1879 to 1900 on Tambo Station, Queensland. She was the eldest daughter of Terrick Alfred Hamilton and Alice Scott Hamilton (sister of Rose Scott, the feminist) of Tambo Station. On 5 May 1900 she married William Leonard Cowen at Tambo Station and then lived on Longford Station, south of Jundah, Queensland from 1907 to 1919. She published 'Crossing Dry Creeks' about her life on Tambo and Longford Stations. She died in July 1971.

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Copy of her manuscript, Recollections of a Bush Woman, 1879–1900 relating to her life at Tambo Station, Queensland.


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Researchers must sign an access agreement

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Mitchell Library: MLMSS 3837

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Entered from deposit description on 31 August 2011




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