Hamelin Bay: World Trade Centre for Karri and Jarrah Hardwoods? Wrecks and strandings: "Agincourt" (1882), "Chaudiere" (1883), "Greyhound" (1884), "Aristide" (1889), "Omeo" (1895), "Anna Maria Schwalbe" (1897), "Arcadia" (1900), "Nor'wester" (1900), "Lövspring" (1900), "Katinka" (1900), "Else" (1900), "Toba" (1943)

Madeleine McAllister, Wendy Van Duivenvoorde

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    Abstract

    After HMS Success grounded on entering the Swan River Colony in 1829, it was repaired with what came to be known as 'Swan River mahogany' (jarrah) a surprisingly durable timber that became much sought after.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationShipwrecks of Australia's West Coast
    EditorsMichael McCarthy
    Place of PublicationWelshpool DC
    PublisherWestern Australian Museum
    Pages184-189
    Number of pages6
    ISBN (Print)9781920843762
    Publication statusPublished - 2012

    Keywords

    • Shipwrecks
    • Underwater archaeology
    • Nautical Archaeology
    • Western Australia
    • Historic shipwrecks

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