Photographs of canoe trees of the Murray River region [PRG 1258/5] • Photograph

Two men standing at a tree with bark removed for canoes

Two men standing at a tree with bark removed for canoes

Two European men standing by a tree, scarred with past bark removal by Aboriginal people, for making bark canoes, possibly Waikerie or Kroehns Landing.

Canoe Tree at Kroehns Landing

Canoe Tree at Kroehns Landing

Canoe trees, Kroehns Landing, showing where the bark was cut by Aboriginal people for canoe making.

Canoe Tree at Kroehns Landing showing two scars

Canoe Tree at Kroehns Landing showing two scars

Canoe Tree at Kroehns Landing, with two scars where bark was removed by Aboriginal people for canoe making.

Canoe tree at Kroehns Landing with deep scar from bark removal

Canoe tree at Kroehns Landing with deep scar from bark removal

Canoe tree, Kroehns Landing, with deep scar from past bark removal by Aboriginal people for making canoes.

Canoe trees with bark removed for making canoes at Waikerie

Canoe trees with bark removed for making canoes at Waikerie

Canoe tree, Waikerie.

Burnt out canoe tree on the Murrumbidgee River at Hay

Burnt out canoe tree on the Murrumbidgee River at Hay

Burnt out canoe tree, Murrumbidgee River, at Hay, Houston's property.

Canoe tree in the Hay district, Mr. Houston's property

Canoe tree in the Hay district, Mr. Houston's property

Canoe tree, Hay district, Mr. Houston's property.

Canoe tree at Mr. Gibson's property on Murrumbidgee at Hay

Canoe tree at Mr. Gibson's property on Murrumbidgee at Hay

Canoe tree on the Murrumbidgee at Hay, Mr Gibson's property.

Canoe tree, Murrumbidgee Hay, Mr. Gibson's property

Canoe tree, Murrumbidgee Hay, Mr. Gibson's property

Canoe tree, Murrumbidgee Hay, Mr Gibson's property.