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Caboolture Historical Village - Axemen's Hall of Fame
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Charlie Winkel in 1931
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Delaneys Creek School reunion on 7 November 1981
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Don Chicken winning the paper chop event at the Christmas party
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Mr and Mrs Jack Wilkinson, ca. early 1930s
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Mrs C. Winkel (nee Adamson), ca. 1980
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Philip Dinte participating in the woodchopping event
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Splitting logs
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Trophy winners of wood chop and sawing events, Christmas party, 1965
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Winners of a wood chop event
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Winners of a wood chop event at the Christmas party
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Woodchop Competition
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Woodchop event at Caboolture Show, June 1960
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Woodchopping Event at Petrie
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Woodchopping Event at Petrie, ca. 1910
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Woodchopping at Mt Mee Sports Day (probably New Year's Day)

We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Country across our region. We also acknowledge and pay our respects
to the Kabi Kabi, Jinibara and Turrbal Traditional Custodians, and their elders past, present and emerging.