Admission Register for male and female prisoners - HM Gaol, Brisbane (Boggo Road)

Admission Register for male and female prisoners - HM Gaol, Brisbane (Boggo Road)

Following the closure of the Moreton Bay penal settlement in 1842, tenders were called in 1847 to convert the Female Factory in Queen Street to a gaol. On 14 December 1849, the altered building was proclaimed a prison known as the Gaol, Brisbane. A new gaol was built at Petrie Terrace in 1860 and...

Description book (males and females) - HM Gaol, Brisbane (Boggo Road)

Description book (males and females) - HM Gaol, Brisbane (Boggo Road)

Following the closure of the Moreton Bay penal settlement in 1842, tenders were called in 1847 to convert the Female Factory in Queen Street to a gaol. On 14 December 1849, the altered building was proclaimed a prison known as the Gaol, Brisbane. A new gaol was built at Petrie Terrace in 1860 and...

Description book (males) - HM Gaol, Brisbane (Boggo Road)

Description book (males) - HM Gaol, Brisbane (Boggo Road)

Following the closure of the Moreton Bay penal settlement in 1842, tenders were called in 1847 to convert the Female Factory in Queen Street to a gaol. On 14 December 1849, the altered building was proclaimed a prison known as the Gaol, Brisbane. A new gaol was built at Petrie Terrace in 1860 and...

Index to male prisoners admitted - HM Prison, Brisbane (Boggo Road) 1870-1928

Index to male prisoners admitted - HM Prison, Brisbane (Boggo Road) 1870-1928

Following the closure of the Moreton Bay penal settlement in 1842, tenders were called in 1847 to convert the Female Factory in Queen Street to a gaol. On 14 December 1849, the altered building was proclaimed a prison known as the Gaol, Brisbane. A new gaol was built at Petrie Terrace in 1860...

Photographic records, descriptions and criminal histories of prisoners - HM Gaol/Prison, Brisbane (Boggo Road)

Photographic records, descriptions and criminal histories of prisoners - HM Gaol/Prison, Brisbane (Boggo Road)

Following the closure of the Moreton Bay penal settlement in 1842, tenders were called in 1847 to convert the Female Factory in Queen Street to a gaol. On 14 December 1849, the altered building was proclaimed a prison known as the Gaol, Brisbane. A new gaol was built at Petrie Terrace in 1860 and...

Queensland's Founding Documents

Queensland's Founding Documents

The Letterbooks of the Governor of Queensland from 1859 detail some of the trials, tribulations and concerns at the birth of the new Colony of Queensland.

Register of male and female prisoners admitted - HM Gaol, Brisbane (Boggo Road)

Register of male and female prisoners admitted - HM Gaol, Brisbane (Boggo Road)

Following the closure of the Moreton Bay penal settlement in 1842, tenders were called in 1847 to convert the Female Factory in Queen Street to a gaol. On 14 December 1849, the altered building was proclaimed a prison known as the Gaol, Brisbane. A new gaol was built at Petrie Terrace in 1860 and...

Register of male prisoners admitted - HM Prison, Brisbane (Boggo Road)

Register of male prisoners admitted - HM Prison, Brisbane (Boggo Road)

Following the closure of the Moreton Bay penal settlement in 1842, tenders were called in 1847 to convert the Female Factory in Queen Street to a gaol. On 14 December 1849, the altered building was proclaimed a prison known as the Gaol, Brisbane. A new gaol was built at Petrie Terrace in 1860 and...