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Baxter, George 1804-1867 :The reception of the Rev.d J. Williams at Tanna in the South Seas the day before he was massacred. Designed, engraved and published on the 1st day of January 1841, by the patentee of oil colour printing, George Baxter... London

Reference Number: B-088-015

A palm-fringed island with a mountain in the rear. The Rev. John Williams is stepping from a rowboat, surrounded by other Europeans, about to go ashore. On shore is a crowd of Vanuatuans

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1 image, categorised under Engravings and Portraits, related to George Baxter, Rev John Williams, Tanna, Vanuatuans and Missionaries - Vanuatu.

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Baxter, George 1804-1867 :The reception of the Rev.d J. Williams at Tanna in the South Seas the day before he was massacred. Designed, engraved and published on the 1st day of January 1841, by the patentee of oil colour printing, George Baxter... London, Reference Number B-088-015 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 colour art print(s)Hand-coloured engraving 220 x 320 mm. Single art work

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