Fremantle History Society

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The aims of the Fremantle History Society are to: 'encourage community involvement in the study of Fremantle history and cultural diversity through research, oral history and writing; disseminate information about Fremantle in a variety of ways, in particular through public forums and liaison with other history and heritage groups and schools in the area; promote the identification and preservation of historical evidence relating to Fremantle; encourage the commemoration of important events, places and people in appropriate ways; (and) arrange social gatherings for its members'. Founded December 1994. The Society works in conjunction with the Fremantle City Council's Local History Collection and the Fremantle Social History Museum, both of which have representation on the Society's committee.


Quarterly newsletter (Editors - Anne Brake, Ron and Dianne Davidson); Fremantle Studies (biennial publication) edited by Anne Brake, Kris Bizzack and Dianne Davidson.


Monthly meeting on the 4th Tuesday (or Sunday) of the month; Fremantle Studies Day held in September or October annually.

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