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Founding of the settlement of Port Jackson at Botany Bay in New South Wales

by Thomas Gosse

Founding of the settlement of Port Jackson at Botany Bay in New South Wales - Thomas Gosse
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Founding of the settlement of Port Jackson at Botany Bay in New South Wales - Thomas Gosse

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English: "Founding of the settlement of Port Jackson at Botany Bay in New South Wales" oil on Canvas.
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