|Statement||by Ralph Faulkner.|
|LC Classifications||DU180.J55 F37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||47,  leaves :|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||75310132|
A history of Joadja. MLA Citation. Angus, J. and Lee, C. and Badgery, S. A history of Joadja / presented by J. Angus, S. Badgery and C. Lee and read at the meeting of the Berrima District Historical Society held on 27th April, [Berrima Australian/Harvard Citation. Follow Ralph Faulkner and explore their bibliography from 's Ralph Faulkner Author Page. Joadja's population passed in , well in excess of other Southern Highlands towns. A post office opened in There was soon a theatre, a store, a butcher's, a bakery and a school of arts. In she published a full history, in a pictorial guide to all the ruins and in a half-hour Video and now a DVD of this turbulent time in Australian history. JOADJA'S PAST and PRESENT The year marked the beginning of the Australian Kerosene Oil and Mineral Company, possibly the largest and richest of NSW pioneering industries.
Joadja /dʒoʊˈædʒə/ is a historic town, now in ruins, in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, Australia, in Wingecarribee Shire. The remnants of the town were added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 5 November It was a thriving mining town between – It was home for approximately 1, people, many of whom were skilled immigrants from Scotland. After . Joadja is our home first and foremost. We just happen to have a national heritage site in our backyard! We feel it would be a crime to lock Joadja up for another years and let it crumble under our feet. So we have partnered with others to carry on with the conservation and some restoration of structures and items on site to ensure. Shale was collected and used for four main ways; for producing light, for cleaning, for preserving timber and stone, and for lubrication. It was also sold to places in Sydney and Melbourne, as well as overseas, to produce gas. Joadja became home to roughly residents. Joadja is one of the most important industrial archaelogy mining relics of the nineteenth century, and certainly the most spectacular of the early shale mining sites in New South Wales. Waiting Rooms South Wales Family History Cabin House Styles Cabins Cottage Wooden Houses Genealogy Waiting Room, Joadja 60 pins.
Today, Joadja is a ghost town. It was a mining town that was established around and populated to service the oil shale industry. At its peak, Joadja was home to some 1, people, many of whom were Scots who were brought out from Scotland for their shale mining and kerosene extraction experience. Joadja was the site of the Australian Kerosene Oil and Mineral Co from It was also home to nearly people most of which were Presbyterian Scots who immigrated to Australia for the sole purpose of working at the shale oil facility an area where they had plenty of experience due to a number of mines in Scotland. Railroads -- New South Wales -- History. Joadja Creek (N.S.W.) Notes "Condensed from T̀he Shale Railways of NSW'"--Cover. Language. English ISBN. Dewey Number. Libraries Australia ID. ; Contributed by Libraries Australia. Joadja offers an extraordinary window into Australia's industrial and social history: a settlement that lasted only 30 years around a sophisticated shale oil refinery in a hidden valley in the Southern Highlands. The min guided tour is more enjoyable and informative than one / TripAdvisor reviews.