The early South Australian migrants, particularly those men and women who worked and lived at Angepena, Blinman, or Parachilna in the Flinders Ranges, proved to be a very interesting and remarkable group of people. Naturally they had much in common with people in other parts of South Australia such as Hahndorf or Innamincka, or indeed with the rest of Australia during that time. They also had much in common with the people who today work and live in isolated mining towns such as Mount Isa, in Queensland, or in Leigh Creek, Roxby Downs or Woomera in South Australia, all of which are just as arid and isolated.
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