Portrait of unidentified Aboriginal woman wearing a possum skin cloak, carrying a child on her back, South Australia, ca. 1870s? [picture]
Photo by Samuel White Sweet, 1825-1886. Portrait of unidentified Aboriginal woman wearing a possum skin cloak, carrying a child on her back, South Australia, ca. 1870s?
Possum skin cloak: Djargurd Wurrong - Possum Skin Cloaks - Culture Victoria
The Djargurd Wurrong possum skin cloak was worn by Gunditjmara Elder Ivan Couzens at the Opening Cer…
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'Figures in possum skin cloaks', 1898, by William Barak [Wurundjeri (c.1824–1903)], National Gallery of Victoria. Possum skin cloaks/rugs were commonly bought by diggers from local indigenous people (in NE Vic, from inhabitants of the Tangambalanga reserve).
Possum Skin Cloak - Meerreeng-an Here Is My Country - Culture Victoria
Wrap Culture Around You - Cloaks, Clothing and JewelleryThe safety and the warmth of a cloak is a re…
Possum skin cloak: Wadi Wadi - Possum Skin Cloaks - Culture Victoria
Phoebe Nicholson wore the Wadi Wadi cloak at the opening ceremony of the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth…
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