User talk:Inas

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Yes we Canberra! DVD[edit]

Must've been a mistake I made. It came out this month and I've already got it. I'll just fix it. --Victory93 (talk) 08:24, 18 September 2010 (UTC)

Burke and Wills[edit]

(cur | prev) 09:30, 5 November 2010 Inas66 (talk | contribs) (37,736 bytes) (→Members of the Exploration Committee: Not all of the list would have identified as Victorian.) Certainly none of the members on the list were born in Victoria, but they all played a significant role in determining the direction Victoria took, and therefore they were all prominent Victorians. I am not sure which of the list would not have identified as Victorian - maybe you could identify which ones you think would have objected to being called prominent Victorians? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Rocketfrog (talkcontribs) 12:33, 5 November 2010 (UTC)

The one I had in mind was Francis Cadell (explorer). He was not Victorian, he spent little time there. I doubt he would have considered himself Victorian, and history records him as a prominent Australian/Scot. No doubt many on the list were prominent victorians, however there may be others that were not. I think their significance is best acknowledged in the text adjacent to their names. --Inas66 (talk) 19:47, 5 November 2010 (UTC)

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