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Salvation Army
The Salvation Army is a Protestant Church with a strong philanthropic mission which led it to become highly involved with child welfare in many parts of Australia.
Adelaide Maternity Home (1893 - 1914)
Barton Vale Girls' Home (1922 - 1947)
Boys' Probationary School (1900 - 1945)
The Bridge Industrial Home (1934 - 1977)
The Bridge Rescue Home (1899 - 1934)
Fullarton Children's Home (1969 - 1986)
Girls' Probationary School (1901 - 1945)
Joyville Cottage (1972 - )
Kurinda Cottage (1981 - )
McBride Hospital (1975 - 1986)
McBride Maternity Hospital (1914 - 1975)
The Salvation Army (1829 - )
The Salvation Army Australia Southern Territory Territorial Archives and Museum
The Salvation Army Boys' Home, Kent Town (1929 - 1972)
The Salvation Army Boys' Home, Mount Barker 'Eden Park' (1945 - 1982)
The Salvation Army Girls' Home, Fullarton (1945 - 1969?)
The Salvation Army Heritage Centre, Archives and Museum ( - 2012?)
Salvation Army Young Women's Hostel (1922 - 1988)
Territorial Social Programme branch of The Salvation Army (? - 2012)
The Territorial Social Programme Department (TSPD) of the Salvation Army Australia Southern Territorial Headquarters (2012 - )
School
The term School refers to an institution (residential or non-residential) designed to provide general education, or training in a specialised area.
The boarding section of Salesian School (1954 - 1984)
Davenport Reserve, Mission Home (1964 - 1995)
St John the Baptist Home for Boys (1898 - 1941)
Umeewarra Mission, Children's Home (1937 - 1964)
Social Movement
A Social Movement is a philosophy or collection of ideas around which activists organise themselves.
Child Rescue (c. 1870 - )
Superintendent
A Superintendent is the person responsible for the administration and functioning of an institution.
Michel, Captain, Superintendent