South Australia officially declared a British colony on December 28, 1836, near The Old Gum Tree in the area now the suburb of Glenelg North. To my Granddaughter love Grandma Tree Poster. This event is celebrated in South Australia as a publication date. The location of the colonial capital was surveyed and presented by Colonel William Light, the first Census of South Australia, through the design made by architect George Strickland Kingston. Adelaide was founded as a planned colony of free immigrants, promising and free civil liberties from religious persecution, based on the ideas of Edward Gibbon Wakefield. Wakefield read the information of the Australian settlement while in prison in London because he plotted to kidnap an heiress, and realized that the Eastern colonies suffered because of the lack of available labor, due to almsgiving.
Land support for all turns. Wakefield’s idea is for the Government to survey and sell land at a price that can maintain land values high enough to be impossible to earn for workers and commuters. The proceeds from the sale of land have been used to bring working-class migrants who will have to work hard for single settlers who have enough money to buy their land. Under this policy, Adelaide does not share prison history of other Australian cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Hobart.