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The Wreck of the Neva 1835 single work   poetry   "It was the century for children's graves"
Issue Details: First known date: 1994... 1994 The Wreck of the Neva 1835
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  • The Neva was a female convict ship wrecked on reefs north of King Island on 13 May 1835 with the loss of 224 lives. On board were 150 female convicts with 33 children, 9 free women with 22 children, and 26 crew.

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  • King Island, Bass Strait Islands, Tasmania,
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