'Bark removed for wooden vassel'

An established gum tree growing out of the side of a creek bed with an oval shaped whole in it where the bark has been cut off to make a pitchi.

Formerly AP6294.

For mounted album photograph see AA 108/6/1/3.

19. 'Tree from which pitchi has been cut. Tennants creek'.

See Northern Tribes of Central Australia (1904) Fig. 205 p. 662.
'Gum-tree from which a rough, bark pitchi has been cut. Warramunga Tribe'.

Photograph taken Tennant Creek.

Tindale Tribes: Waramanga.

AIATSIS Tribal/Language Groups: Warumungu.

CreatorFrancis James Gillen
ControlAA 108/48/2/19
Date Range1890  -  1912
Quantity   1   Photograph (b&w print).
FormatsLoose Photographic Prints
Series AA 108/48
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