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Caroline Chisholm First name Caroline Maiden name Jones Married name Chisholm Her nickname The immigrants friend Born In England in 1808 Died In her hometown of England in March 1877 Married To Archibald Chisholm in 1832 Fame She was the first person to set up and employ the first set of women workers in a womens home in Australia Rewards Her picture was printed on a 5-dollar bill for more than 20 years until being replaced by the queen of England Caroline Jones was brought up by a caring family in England whose door was open to anyone who needed help or a place to stay no matter how rich or poor they were In 1832 When she was 22 she married a British army officer Archibald Chisholm Archibald was always 100 behind Caroline Early on in their marriage they decided to move to Australia to start up a family When they arrived in Sydney Caroline was repulsed with all of the used and abused women who were homeless and begging on the streets After seeing this Caroline mind was set to making a difference and after a lot of persuading Governor Gipps finally allowed her to use the old disused immigration barracks as a womens home This was established in 1835 The immigration was run down dirty and in desperate need of repair Archibald helped her repair it Within 2 years of setting up the womens home Caroline had found jobs for 1000 women Over the time she ran the womens home she housed and found decent jobs for 11000 migrants of who were mainly women A few years later Caroline got pregnant and gave birth to a beautiful son witch was said to resemble her husband Archibald Caroline Chisholm was the first person to set up a counseling service for the young girls and women who came to Australia with high hopes
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