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History of Adelaide
More than 40,000 years back, the Kaurna Aboriginal people settled the Adelaide Plains, calling it Tandanya, ‘location of the red kangaroo’.
In 1802, after a chance conference with the French navigator Nicolas Baudin off the coast of south Australia, the early British explorer Matthew Flinders maps the whole South Australian coast in his ship, the Investigator.
Regardless of their respective nations being at war (again), both were more interested in each others respective scientific finds than anything else. The set wound up switching notes off the Fleurieu Peninsula coast. See Map of South Australia.
The City of Adelaide in South Australia was established in 1836, being called after King William’s popular partner.
Unlike the other Australian states, Adelaide’s people were not drawn from the many convicts originally sent out by Britain to Australia, but were complimentary inhabitants. While most immigrants in the 1800s came from Great Britain, others began to get here from diverse places, consisting of Germany, Poland, Afghanistan, China, Italy, Lebanon, Spain and Scandinavia. All have actually left their mark in Adelaide and South Australia.
Drawn in by the possible to construct their wealth in the copper industry, or in wool and wheat, there were likewise those seeking security from the spiritual persecution that was still present in Europe at the time.