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[The funeral of Queen Narelle, wife of King Merriman at Wallaga Lake] [picture] / [William Henry Corkhill]
Bib ID 2054892
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Corkhill, William Henry, 1846-1936
 
Online Versions
Description [ca. 1900] 
1 negative : glass, b&w 
Series

William Henry Corkhill Tilba Tilba photograph collection

Notes

Title devised by cataloguer.

Part of: The William Henry Corkhill Tilba Tilba Collection.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-140289813

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Funeral customs and rites -- New South Wales -- Wallaga Lake -- Pictorial works.  |  Death - Mortuary / funeral ceremonies - Burial.  |  Wallaga Lake (N.S.W.) -- Photographs.  |  Wallaga Lake (NSW Far S Coast SJ55-04).

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