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Crawford, James Coutts, 1817-1889 :Ferry at Cook's, Manawatu, now Foxton. S. Paterson sc. [London, 1880]

Reference Number: PUBL-0085-053

A view up or down the Manawatu River, close to modern Foxton, with the ferryman's cottage on the higher left bank, a jetty curving down to the river, a crane at the end of the jetty and the flat pontoon-style ferry in the water. Two canoes being poled across the river and several people swimming. A third canoe is drawn up beside the river, at the foot of the bank.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Wood engravings, related to James Coutts Crawford, S Paterson, Manawatu River, Foxton, Cranes, derricks, etc, Swimming, Ferries - New Zealand - Manawatu-Wanganui Region, Waka and Dwellings - New Zealand - Manawatu-Wanganui Region.

Part of:
Crawford, James Coutts, 1817-1889 :Recollections of travel in New Zealand. London, Trubner, 1880., Reference Number PUBL-0085 (5 digitised items)

Extent: 1 b&w art print(s)Wood engraving, 82 x 93 mm (curved top edges). Single art work

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