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Welcome to the
Home Page of
Lost Katanning

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The Lost Katanning website has been set up by Arthur Todd to preserve the history
of Katanning
since its inception and to give an idea of what life was like for
those brave people
who travelled into the middle of nowhere to set up home,
raise a family,
and develop Katanning into the thriving community it is today.

Today’s Katanning is vastly different from those early days
when people from all over the world settled and set up home
alongside descendants of our pioneer families and indigenous community.

This website is a continuing story and is being added to regularly
so please do come back and see what has been added.
If you having anything you would like to contribute
to the page please contact Arthur Todd at by email at:
webmaster@lostkatanning.com

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Thanks to the people of
Katanning,
Katanning Premier Mill Hotel,
Great Southern Herald,

and the
Katanning Historical Society Museum
for many of these images & information.

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This website is supported by:

Katanning Historical Society Inc:
Museum & Collectors Gallery – Taylor Street
Great Southern Herald
Office – Cnr Clive & Conroy Streets
Dome/Premier Mill Hotel
Cnr Clive Street & Austral Terrace

 

 

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If you are researching your family tree
these links may help you:
Genealogy Links

 

This website was developed and built by
Arthur Todd as a community service.
lostkatanning.com is a registered business name.


Photographs & Information are sourced from:
Katanning Historical Society Inc
Great Southern Herald
Members of the Public
Various Websites including:

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Wickipedia
The free encyclopedia

If you feel a photo should not be here
or contravenes copyright please contact me
at:
webmaster@lostkatanning.com

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