The Northside Militia - 1800-1950 - With an Emphasis on Sydney Mines

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The Northside Militia - 1800-1950 - With an Emphasis on Sydney Mines

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13 p. of textual records

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Item is a report titled "The Northside Militia - 1800-1950 - With an Emphasis on Sydney Mines," written by Cheryl Keagan. The report provides information about the militia composed of men from North Sydney and Sydney that served between the years 1800 and 1950, and includes information about the units in which Sydney Mines militiamen served in during World War 1 and those who stayed at home to protect the island.

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