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Aboriginal men in ceremonial dancing, Wahgunyah Region, Victoria, 1880 [picture] / Tommy McRae
Bib ID 784231
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
McRae, Tommy, approximately 1836-1901
 
Online Versions
Description 1880 
1 drawing : pen, ink ; 18 x 12 cm. 
Series

Drawings by Tommy McCrae [sic], an Aboriginal of the Wahgunyah tribe on the River Murray, 1880.

Notes

Title devised by cataloguer from acquisitions documentation.

In: Drawings by Tommy McCrae [sic], an Aboriginal of the Wahgunyah tribe on the River Murray, 1880.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-139420640

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Victoria -- Wahgunyah Region -- Rites and ceremonies -- Pictorial works.  |  Dance, Aboriginal Australian -- Victoria -- Wahgunyah Region -- Pictorial works.

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