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Carlisle Bay - Commodore Goodenough’s memorial cross - killed 1875, 1892

Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Y309A/27

Scope and Contents

204 x 147 mm. A view showing the cross erected at the water’s edge in memory of Commodore James Goodenough who was killed by natives in that place. In the background stand a group of natives beside a ship’s boat - positioned there by Montgomery in order to reproduce the scene when Goodenough landed. Montgomery describes the taking of this photograph in some detail, how it was thought wise to inform the inhabitants of what they were doing, and the positioning of the natives.


  • Creation: 1892


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Finding aid date

2012-09-13 11:26:08+00:00

Includes index.

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