SHR Criteria e [Research potential] Archaeological potential on redeveloped sites for evidence of former Nursery activities. It is located at the top of the roof of the Darling home, and it can be viewed from a gable dormer a dormer resembling a doghouse on said roof. EPA will expand and enhance the system that extracts and treats the contamin Drop has either not yet been rented or rented only several times. The area has historical associations with Shepherds Nursery and the botanic accomplishments of Thomas Shepherd.
Item has been rented and returned with slight wear. May include minor cracking of the paint areas. Backdrop that has been rented and returned with standard wear associated with medium cracking of the paint throughout the backdrop. Useable for most venues. Can be improved with proper lighting.
Backdrop that has been rented several times and returned with standard wear associated with medium cracking of the paint throughout along with some heavy cracking in dark areas. May have some fading in the design. Useable for some venues. Backdrops with this rating have been removed from standard rental and sales areas. Rating B Shepherd Street: Mixed development, 1 and 2 storey Victorian terraces, detracting post war and contemporary development. Rating B Boundary Street: Mixed development, row Victorian terraces intact.
Detracting large scale contemporary and post war development. Formerly a nursery, low archaeological potential, on redeveloped sites Modifications and dates: Recent trend for industrial buildings to be replaced by higher density residential.
Heritage Inventory sheets are often not comprehensive, and should be regarded as a general guide only. Inventory sheets are based on information available, and often do not include the social history of sites and buildings.
Inventory sheets are constantly updated by the City as further information becomes available. An inventory sheet with little information may simply indicate that there has been no building work done to the item recently: Further research is always recommended as part of preparation of development proposals for heritage items, and is necessary in preparation of Heritage Impact Assessments and Conservation Management Plans, so that the significance of heritage items can be fully assessed prior to submitting development applications.
Residential, Commercial, Community Former use: The "Eora people" was the name given to the coastal Aborigines around Sydney. Central Sydney is therefore often referred to as "Eora Country". Within the City of Sydney local government area, the traditional owners are the Cadigal and Wangal bands of the Eora. There is no written record of the name of the language spoken and currently there are debates as whether the coastal peoples spoke a separate language "Eora" or whether this was actually a dialect of the Dharug language.
Remnant bushland in places like Blackwattle Bay retain elements of traditional plant, bird and animal life, including fish and rock oysters. With the European invasion of the Sydney region, the Cadigal and Wangal people were decimated but there are descendants still living in Sydney today. All cities include many immigrants in their population. Aboriginal people from across the state have been attracted to suburbs such as Pyrmont, Balmain, Rozelle, Glebe and Redfern since the s.
Changes in government legislation in the s provided freedom of movement enabling more Aboriginal people to choose to live in Sydney. Indigenous History of Sydney City http: The first grant of land in the area was 52 acres to William Hutchinson on 31 August , part of which became known as the Golden Grove estate.
Shepherd cultivated 28 acres of rich alluvial soil along City Road. Shepherd named the fruit and flower farm he established "Shepherd's Darling Nursery" in honour of Governor Darling. This is generally assumed to be the source of the name, Darlington. Shepherd's grant was bordered on the south by Blackwattle Creek, Buckland Street no longer in existence.
The present Cleveland Street runs approximately through the centre of Shepherd's grant. The grant was officially made in by Governor Bourke. Shepherd died the following year aged Shepherd was a man of some influence in the early colony. On top of the carpeting are several circular rugs. However, the version featured in Peter Pan's Flight removes the purple carpeting, leaving the floor completely hardwood, and is significantly smaller that how it appears on the movie or the sequel.
The nursery is briefly seen in the game during the Peter Pan's Flight mini-game when the player falls inside the nursery as the palyer looks around and then Peter Pan and Tinker Bell arrive and Tinker Bell takes the player out of the nursery. While the modern connotation of the word applies to infants in modern-day speech, in Victorian and Edwardian times, for the wealthy and middle classes, a nursery was a room or suite of rooms, usually at the top of a house where the roof is , made for the purpose of caring for a family's children.
Sometimes, this would include the night nursery where the children slept with beds, as most often depicted , and a day nursery where they ate and played, or a combination thereof as depicted in the Disney movie. The nursery suite would include some bathroom facilities and possibly a small- to medium-sized kitchen for the preparation of the children's meals. Like in Peter Pan , children who became too old to continue their care in the nursery are assumed to have got a separate room when they became old enough to leave.
In the Victorian and Edwardian household, the children's quarters were referred to as the nursery , but the name of the responsible servant or servants had largely evolved from "nurse" to "nanny".
The nursery maid was a general servant within there, and although regularly in the presence of the children, would often have a less direct role in their care, unlike how Nana is portrayed as being very much involved in the film.
The nursery maid reported to the nanny or nurse and assisted her in taking care of the children of the employer's family, her duties including tidying and maintaining the nursery, lighting the fires in the nursery during wintertime, and carrying meals, laundry, and hot water between the nursery, kitchen, and scullery.
It was a junior role for young girls in real life, working under the supervision of the experienced and usually older nanny.
Nursery maids typically wore a uniform, similar to the other maids in the household. In , for instance, the satirical magazine Punch published a guide to domestic servants in which it suggested that any girl could undertake the duties of a nursery maid, as every girl had the requisite training of "snubbing and slapping" either her own siblings, or the siblings of other people. Domestic service agencies supplied nursery maids and sometimes gave basic training, for which popular manuals were also published..
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