1 edition of Fort Wellington, Raffles Bay. found in the catalog.
Fort Wellington, Raffles Bay.
Bibliography: p. 39-40.
|Contributions||Expedition to Fort Wellington, Raffles Bay, N.T., 1966., Historical Society of the Northern Territory.|
|LC Classifications||DU398.F67 F67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 40 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||79303338|
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Fort Wellington - Raffles Bay Feb. - NSW State Archives NRS [4/] 'The Fort is a Hexagonal Stockade formed of Solid Timber buried four feet in the ground and raised seven feet above it being composed Fort Wellington Trees in an upright position having at four of the angles 18 pounder Carronades mounted on platforms to fire over the Stockade.
Get this from a library. Fort Wellington, Raffles Bay. [Expedition to Fort Wellington, Raffles Bay, N.T., ; Historical Society of the Northern Territory.;] -- Account of expedition, Aug.-Sept.to Fort Wellington; includes historical notes on settlement and foundation, contact with natives of Iwaidja and Jacko tribes; Macassans known to have fished.
Fort Wellington was the name of a short-lived British settlement established in at Raffles Bay, on the northern side of the Cobourg Peninsula of what is now the Northern Territory of Australia, which was abandoned in It Raffles Bay.
book the second of a series of four such abortive settlement attempts in Australia's Top End, the first being Fort Dundas (–) on Melville Island, the third. Raffles Bay (including Fort Wellington) The remains of an early and unsuccessful attempt by Europeans to settle Australia's northern coast.
Located at the east end of the Cobourg Peninsula. In 2 libraries. 41 unnumbered pages: illustrations, folded maps ; 30 cm. Military readiness. Fort Wellington (N.T.) Raffles Bay (N.T.) -- History. Australia. Raffles Bay -- Fort Wellington (West Arnhem Land NT SC) Summary Account of expedition, Aug.-Sept.
to Fort Wellington; includes historical notes on settlement and foundation, contact with natives of Iwaidja and Jacko tribes; Macassans known to.
Settlement at Raffles Bay. Raffles Bay (including Fort Wellington) The remains of an early and unsuccessful attempt by Europeans to settle Australia's northern coast. Located at the east end of the Cobourg Peninsula, Raffles Bay was the site of the second abortive settlement attempt on the northern coastline of Australia.
Raffles Bay and Fort Wellington Visiting the Gurig National Park by car or boat is a major commitment. There are tours from Darwin which fly. (5) The Success arrived at Raffles Bay on the J and after exploration by Stirling, Fort Wellington was established. Possession was taken, in the.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "The eighth Eric Johnston lecture, delivered at the State Library of the Northern Territory on 5 November ".
area between Raffles Bay and Mountnorris Bay in the mids for the purpose of buffalo hunting (Bauer ; Duncan 33). In recent times a cultured pearl farm was established across the bay from the Fort Wellington site, and closed after the cyclone.
Today the remains of Fort Wellington lie in Garig Gunak Barlu National Park. Raffles Bay (including Fort Wellington) The remains of an early and unsuccessful attempt by Europeans to settle Australia's northern coast.
Located at. Raffles Bay is a bay on the northern coast of the Cobourg Peninsula of the Top End of the Northern Territory of was named in by explorer Phillip Parker King after Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, the founder of is about 10 km long north to south, 5 km wide at its mouth and 3 km wide at its inland end.
It lies about km north-east of Darwin and opens on to the. I have done research on the Macassan culture and their search for the trepang in the waters of Raffles Bay during Barker’s time as Commandant.
I have come across the booklet of the Historical Society’s expedition to Fort Wellington inand I have found out all I can of the Iwaidja people, prior to actually meeting them. fort wellington area from 2nd island. ruins wellington. helicopter fort wellingt. helicopter raffles bay.
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mulvaney dhop h2 mulvaney dhop h2 Observatoire De La Baie Raffles [Raffles Bay, Northern Territory] Hand-coloured lithograph, text including artist and title above and below image, x cm (image).
Repaired tear to image right side, slight creases to upper and left edges. Framed. Text reads “Dessiné par Le Breton, lith. par Lassalle. Gide editeur.
Imp. The search for Collet Barker of Raffles Bay: Author: Mulvaney, D. (Derek John), Publication location: Darwin: Publisher: State Library of the Northern Territory: Publication date: Notes: The 8th Eric Johnston Lecture delivered at the State Library of the Northern Territory on 5 November OCLC Number: Raffles Bay is a bay on the northern coast of the Cobourg Peninsula of the Top End of the Northern Territory of Australia.
It was named in by explorer Phillip Parker King after Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles. It is about 10km long north to south, 5km wide at its mouth and 3km wide at its inland end.
It lies about km north-east of Darwin and opens on to the northern end of Bowen Strait. Fort Dundas on Melville Island ()was geographically isolated and poorly sited on the island. While Fort Dundas still struggled, a second attempt at a settlement was tried, this time on the mainland on the Cobourg Peninsula.
This was Fort Wellington in Raffles Bay. The harbour was better but otherwise conditions were not. The Northern Territory Police Museum and Historical Society (NTPM&HS or NTPMHS) is dedicated to preserving the rich history of the Northern Territory Police Force (NTP or NTPF).
Forty-six wood-engravings of Pacific subjects after his drawings have been sighted, four of Australian interest: a mask from Torres Strait (Magasin Pittoresque, ), a native from Torres Strait (Illustration, ), Hobart Town harbour (Illustration, reused in a travel book in ) and the monument to La Pérouse at Botany Bay.th Anniversary of Fort Wellington.
Judge Forsters gives address. Information from back of photo.Emphatically yes! There was the Fort Wellington Settlement at Raffles Bay from which was abandoned in and another settlement at Port Essington (Agency ) from to when it too was abandoned.
We hold records such as the Register of public labour performed daily at Fort Wellington. Western Australia.