View along the Waipa River, a tributary of the Waikato, with the stern of the paddle-steamer Waipa above the water, its bow and part of its two paddle-wheels beneath the water. A man is standing on the back of the boat. Two tents can be seen on the right bank and a cabbage tree is on the left bank
The Avon (its name later changed to Clyde) was used for troop movements during the Waikato wars
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Physical Description: Ink and wash on paper 135 x 180 mm in album
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- [Crawford, James Coutts] 1817-1889 :[Sketchbook. Mainly Northland scenes] 1864 / [Crawford, James Coutts] 1817-1889 :[Sketchbook. Mainly Northland scenes] 1864
- 1 drawing(s), Works of art, Wash drawings, Ink and wash on paper 135 x 180 mm in album
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