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Title: Graves of J.W.O. Bennett and Richard Hazard
Photo No: PH0837/0007
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metadata.picturent.dc.contributor.photographer: Sweet, Samuel White, 1825-1886
Date taken: 1869
Collection: Goyder Expedition Collection.
Description: Gravestone, graves of J.W.O. Bennett and Richard Hazard. Has the words 'Crown Lands Office' written down the side of the photo.
Notes: Date:1869
Stereoscope photographs taken during the Goyder survey expedition (1869-1870). The expedition was led by George Goyder; Surveyor-General from the South Australia Department of Lands and Survey. He was sent to the Northern Territory in 1869 to complete a land survey and select a site for the capital. One hundred and fifty men were selected for the expedition and within six months they had surveyed 269,683 hectares, identified further land for growing tropical products and recommended Palmerston as the site for the capital. The photographers during the expedition were Joseph Brooks; the official photographer and Samuel White Sweet; a sea captain who sailed twice to the Northern Territory and joined the Goyder expedition on both occasions. The photographs in the collection depict members of the expedition, the new settlement and the surrounding scenery. The men are seen at work and around their camps, clearly showing the isolation of the tropical north. The photographs are stereoscopic and were a popular form of public viewing during the mid to late 1800s. Stereoscopy creates the illusion of depth in an image and was first invented by Sir Charles Wheatstone in 1840. Two separate images were printed side-by-side and when viewed through a stereoscopic viewer, a three-dimensional effect was produced.
Related link: Australian Dictionary of Biography : Goyder, George Woodroffe (1826–1898)
Government of South Australia. State Records : Goyder's Northern Territory Diary 1868 - 70
Subject: Hazard, Richard
Bennett, J. W. O.
Northern Territory Survey Expedition
Goyder, G. W. (George Woodroffe), 1826-1898
Copyright owner: Library & Archives NT
Digital format: 1200ppi ; 93.1Mb, single 32.6Mb.
File type: image/tiff
Hardcopy format: 1 stereograph : sepia ; 18 x 9 cm.
Use and Restrictions: No known copyright
Appears in Collections:Goyder Survey Expedition, 1869–1870

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