Smith, Elder & Co., London. [n.d., 1856.]
Hand coloured lithograph, image 105 x 190mm. 4 x 7½".
Schouten Island in eastern Tasmania, Australia. The island lay within the territory of the Oyster Bay tribe of Tasmanian Aborigines. In 1642, while surveying the south-west coast of Tasmania, Abel Tasman named the island after a member of the Council of the Dutch East India Company. Plate to 'A residence in Tasmania: with a descriptive tour through the island from Macquarie Harbour to Circular Head by H. Butler Stoney'.
National Library of Australia: 117601. Abbey Travel: 604, 7.
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