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Briefly about the Antechamber Bay:

Antechamber Bay is the penultimate bay on the east coast of Kangaroo Island, 14 kilometres south-east of Penneshaw. It lies across Backstairs Passage due south of the Fleurieu Peninsula. When Matthew Flinders arrived at the bay on 6 April 1802, he noted that ‘It is called Antechamber’. Why it is called ‘Antechamber Bay’ is unclear. [...]

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Week 26 – the expanding settlement

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On Kangaroo Island The fledgling settlement on Kangaroo Island is now into its third week and it is not a happy place. Samuel Stephens and Captains Morgan and Ross are increasingly anxious about their failure to find an adequate supply of fresh water nearby. Both the Duke of York and the Lady Mary Pelham need to replenish [...]

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