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Obelisk to Major Mitchell, and to the Henty Brothers who first settled here in 1847, and to Sir Alexander Peacock who unveiled the memorial "in recognition of his work for education".
The memorial was unveiled in September 1927 in front of a large gathering of local people,dignitaries and studetns, Radio station 3LO broadcast the National Anthem at 2.00pm and the announcer in the Melbourne studio read and address prepared by James Sexton. The gathering listened to the broadcast of a six-valve radio loaned by Mr. J. James
|Address:||Casteron Road, Dwyers Creek, Henty School Site, Henty, 3312|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -37.659833|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Friday 16th September, 1927|
In recognition of the wonderful work for education by Sir A. J. Peacock K.C.M.G. by scholars & H.T. (8/1927)