The most callous mass migration of people in the history of the British Empire

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Our second talk was held at Formosa Garden Village – commemorating 200 years since the arrival of the 1820 settlers.  Courteney Bradfield spoke about the arrival of the 1820 settlers in what has been described as The most callous mass migration of people in the history of the British Empire”

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