Light, William, 1784-1838. :View of the country and of the temporary erections near Adelaide. Drawn by Colonel Wm Light. On zinc by G. F. Bragg. [London] printed by C. Chabot, V. Thavies Inn [Between 1837 and 1839]
Reference Number: A-096-048
The first huts, houses and tents of Adelaide as organised settlement began. People, horses and a carriage can also be seen. The constructions are on a flat area, backed by trees, with hills in the distance.
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Light, William, 1784-1838. :View of the country and of the temporary erections near Adelaide. Drawn by Colonel Wm Light. On zinc by G. F. Bragg. [London] printed by C. Chabot, V. Thavies Inn [Between 1837 and 1839], Reference Number A-096-048 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w art print(s)Lithograph, 111 x 168 mm. Single art work
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