Duston's captivity narrative became famous more than 100 years after she died.
Duston is believed to be the first American woman honored with a statue.
) was a colonial Massachusetts Puritan mother of nine who was taken captive by Abenaki people from Québec during King William's War, with her newborn daughter, during the Raid on Haverhill in 1697, in which 27 colonists were killed.
While detained on an island in the Merrimack River in present-day Boscawen, New Hampshire, she killed and scalped ten of the Native family members holding them hostage, with the assistance of two other captives.
'The Sanitation of Dwellings' in the same journal emphasized proficiency of knowledge in sanitation, drainage and ventilation.
Moving to Perth in 1896, Beasley continued to work within the palette of contrasting stone and red brick.
He was a conservative practitioner, knowledgeable in the eclectic architectural languages of the late nineteenth century, and believing that the style of buildings should fit their purpose, be well mannered and appropriately decorated only to enrich their type.