C1871

Yulgilbar, Upper Clarence.

Rare engraving of historic Yulgilbar Station, Baryulgil, New South Wales which was established and owned by E.D. Ogilvie who took up the run in 1840. The name derives from the aboriginal name meaning, A Place of Small Fish. The station … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Yulgilbar, Upper Clarence.

Date:

C1871

Artist:

Unknown

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Hand coloured engraving.

Image Size: 

230mm 
x 173mm
AUTHENTICITY
Yulgilbar, Upper Clarence. - Antique View from 1871

Genuine antique
dated:

1871

Description:

Rare engraving of historic Yulgilbar Station, Baryulgil, New South Wales which was established and owned by E.D. Ogilvie who took up the run in 1840. The name derives from the aboriginal name meaning, A Place of Small Fish. The station in 1871 comprised nine stations; Yulgilbar, Broadwater, Coongbar, Plains, Coombadja, Reenbin, Dairy, Joseph’s Creek and the New-Heifer Station. The population of the station at the time was 115. That land at Baryulgil encompassed 40 miles of Clarence River frontage and a total of 200,000 acres.

From the original edition of the Town and Country Journal.

Collections:
National Library Australia: Bib ID 41861
State Library New South Wales: 1870-1919 TN83A
State Library Victoria: RARENSL N.S.W. 1870-1919

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