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Campbelltown stories are a collection of observations and experiences by people who lived the times and places written about, or knew the people they refer to. These stories and articles have been collected by the society over many years and published in past issues of “Grist Mills”.
There are many stories that we are unable to place here for your enjoyment. Unless sold out, back issues of Grist Mills are available for purchase from our gift shop. To see the list of available issues and other items we raise funds with, please visit our shop at Glenalvon, if that is not possible, our on-line shop is linked from this and other pages here.
Stories and articles in this section have been previously published in Grist Mills, and other journals. Opinions and observations made by the authors are not necessarily those of the Campbelltown and Airds Historical Society Inc.
Early Memories of Minto
Only a Bird in a Gilded Cage
A Postmaster Looks Back
A Minto Childhood
"James Payten of Woodbine"
John Dredge The Night Ferryman
"Massacre at Appin in 1816"
Amazing Heroism and Patriotism
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Images on this page: pho0283Aweb1.jpg At top of page, Below: portion of, Woolcott & Clarke City of Sydney Map 1854 (History and archives, City of Sydney)
A piece of history stands alone.
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Described as one of the “prettiest villas" near Campbelltown
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Who was this man?
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