769. White Gum and Stringy-bark Trees, New South Wales.

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The bark of the latter (Eucalyptus obliqua, L'Her.) comes off in large slabs, and is used in making wigwams and roofs ; and the natives also use it when they wish to cross a river. They strip off a large concave piece and stop up the ends with mu

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Media ID 5194399

Date: 13th July 2011

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Associated Categories: Marianne North

Keywords:  art  artist  bark  landscape  leaves  marianne north  new south wales  painting  stringy-bark trees  white gum