St Mary's College opened as a Catholic girls school in Hobart.
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St Michael's Collegiate School was founded in Hobart by an Anglican religious order, the Sisters of the Church, which drew its leadership and teachers initially from England.
Their aim was to 'afford a thoroughly good education' for girls.
Child Welfare Association established through the work of the Women's Health Association.
Amy Rowntree first woman to be appointed Inspector of Schools.
The Launceston District Nursing Association was founded in 1893.
Initially funded by donations and subscriptions, both associations shared the aim of helping the aged, the incapacitated and the chronically ill through simple home-nursing, bed-making, cooking for invalids and home maintenance generally.
The resilience of Aboriginal women is shown by the continuity of their culture and we pay tribute to the women of Trowunna.