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In addition to his administrative functions, Adams will serve as a member of the Undergraduate Council and chair the Hazing Prevention Task Force and the Community Alcohol Coalition, which will be formed under his leadership.
In its heyday, Marree supported a thriving Afghan community, separated by the railway line from the European population.
See Returning in Fragments The cameleers laboured across the continent, carting produce, water, mail and equipment at a time when roads and railways were still limited in their reach.
The indomitable camels and their equally hardy keepers were crucial to momentous projects such as the construction of the Overland Telegraph, for which they carried supplies and materials used in surveying and construction work.
Bullock teamsters and other goldfield workers saw Afghans as cheap labour and unwanted competition, especially in the transport industry.
The cameleers were demonised in the press, and accused of various acts of aggression, including monopolising waterholes.