Six years ago the ABC posted an article online about William Crowther, a prominent 19th-century Tasmanian politician, a statue of whom had stood in a Hobart park for 133 years. From that time, the statue’s fate was probably sealed, (‘Tasmania’s difficult history: Monuments leave out dark side to colonial past’).
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