'Annerley Road grew from an 1850s bullock track to become a unique road with a unique name. Learn about when Indigenous people camped in a rich environment; the development of the 'One-Mile Swamp' and 'Boggo'; and the near-disappearance of the name 'Boggo'. By that time the road was home to a cemetery, a prison, and a 19th century legacy that survives to this day.'
Christopher Dawson (2008)
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