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|metadata.picturent.dc.contributor.photographer:||Foelsche, P. (Paul), 1831-1914|
|Place:||Port Essington (N.T.)|
|Collection:||Historic Photos Collection.|
|Description:||A group of Aborigines and two non-Aboriginal men in front of a Mango tree in the garden of an old settlement abandoned in December 1849.Mango Tree. Port Essington 1875. Depicts a group of about 40 Aboriginal men, women and children, accompanied by three non-Aboriginal men, all sitting in front of a very large mango tree which derives from the original Port Essington settlement (1838-1849). see also PH0002/0037, PH0111/0033 and PH1060/0051.|
Aboriginal peoples (Australians)
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