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Alfred Deakin
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Alfred Deakin

Alfred Deakin

Prime Minister of Australia from 24 September 1903 to 27 April 1904
again from 5th July 1905 to 13th November 1908
and again from 2nd June 1909 to 29th April 1910
3rd August 1856 - 7th October 1919

The White Hat Guide to

Alfred Deakin

Deakin University is named after him.

Some forthcoming events related to Alfred Deakin:

Alfred Deakin: Creating a Nation Exhibition

Frederick McCubbin, The Hon Alfred Deakin (detail), 1914

This exhibition celebrates the life and achievements of Alfred Deakin, the first Attorney General and the second Prime Minister of Australia, and one of the founding fathers of Australian nationhood. It features significant documents and objects that explore Deakin’s life and his pivotal role in establishing the Commonwealth of Australia and in the drafting of a national constitution.

Alfred Deakin was chosen as one of White Hat's 200 Significant Australians.

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