Working lives: Industrial Archaeology workshop 2006
On the 5th May, in recognition of the National Trust's theme for the 2006 Heritage Festival, the Heritage Branch ran a half-day workshop to promote the community benefits of industrial archaeology, and to demonstrate ways of enhancing community access to, and information about, industrial archaeology.
Some of the key speakers at the workshop have provided copies of their addresses (and further papers will be added as available). Papers may be quoted with appropriate attribution to the speaker and the event.
- Industrial Archaeology within Archaeological Practice (IANewell2006.pdf, 30KB)
Lisa Newell, Godden Mackay Logan
- Historical Context - What are We Looking For?
Associate Professor Ian Jack, Royal Australian Historical Society
- Case Study: Marsden Street - John Walker (Wheelright) (IAJack2006.pdf, 18KB)
Ted Higginbotham, Edward Higginbotham & Associates
- Development Trends: Why Industrial Sites? (IABramston2006.pdf, 1.7MB)
Troy Bramston, Property Council of Australia
- Previous Excavations - What's Happening Now? (IALavelle2006.pdf, 30KB)
Siobhan Lavelle, Heritage Branch, Department of Planning
- The Challenges of Interpreting Industrial Sites (IAClark2006.pdf, 1.4MB)
Bob Clark, Sydney Harbour Federation Trust
- The Challenges of Interpreting Industrial Sites, Part II
Kate Langford, Sydney Harbour Federation Trust
- Case Study: Fitzroy Iron Works - the Archaeologist's View
Anne Mackay, Godden Mackay Logan
- Case Study: Fitzroy Iron Works - the Community View (IADay2006.pdf, 22KB) Case Study: Fitzroy Iron Works - the Developer's View (IASmith2006.pdf, 492KB)
Leah Day, Historian
Nigel Smith, Woolworths
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