Biographical entry Brock, Daniel George
Daniel George Brock was a pioneer South Australian settler and explorer, known to have been active in the 1840s.
Worked in the printery of Robert Thomas, founder of the "South Australian Register" as a pressman; travelled through the settled areas of South Australia 1843, collecting statistics for the "South Australian Almanac" (also produced by Robert Thomas's printery). Went on Charles Sturt's expedition to Central Australia 1844-46.
Royal Geographical Society of South Australia Inc.
- Daniel George Brock - Records, 1844 - 1846; Royal Geographical Society of South Australia Inc. Details
State Library of South Australia, Mortlock Library of South Australiana
Created: 20 October 1993, Last modified: 10 September 2004
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