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1 Presentation to veterans of Boer War in New Seaham Miners Hall (1902) 32
2 Plague of frogs reported in South Africa 34
3 William Barker of New Seaham writes home about Boer attack on Jamestown (1901) 34
4 GS Turnbull, former Sunderland Artillery Volunteer, writes from Bloemfontein (1901) 32
5 Reginald Heber Mason joins Imperial Yeomanry and leaves for Aldershot (1901) 31
6 George Smith of Seaham joins Imperial Yeomanry (1901) 30
7 William Rickwood, formerly Seaham Artillery Volunteer leaves for Boer War (1901) 31
8 Private Dawson and Corporal Dixon return from the Transvaal War (1900) 32
9 John and James Harper of Bath Terrace die of fever 29
10 Private Jack Willis writes home from Johannesburg (1900) 33
11 Private Phelan from Seaham fighting in Pretoria (1900) 49
12 Seaham men at Kimberley and Ladysmith (1900) 32
13 Rejoicing in Seaham at the relief of Mafeking (1900) 29
14 Letter home from soldier Jack Willis fighting in Boer War (1900) 30
15 Death of Seaham soldier Edward Stewart at Ladysmith (1900) 34
16 Death of Seaham soldier Walter Fairbairn in Boer War (1900) 34
17 Seaham men in South Africa at start of Boer War (1899) 31
18 Londonderry Railways employees contribute funds to the Boer War effort (1899) 33
19 Map of Port of Entry to the Cape Colony, South Africa (1899) 37
20 The Dutch rejoice at news of the capture of British battalions (1899) 32