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George Raper was a natural history painter and naval officer. In 1783 he entered the Royal Navy. His artistic legacy is his record of the natural history of Port Jackson and of Norfolk and Lord Howe Islands. Raper died on board his ship in 1797.
b. c.1769 Yorkshire, England, UK
Cassowary from an Original Drawing in Possession of Mr. Mason - Cape Good Hope
View of the East Side of Sidney Cove, Port Jackson, from the Anchorage
Nanberry [Nanbaree], a Native Boy of Port Jackson, Living with Mr. White - the Surgn. Genl.
Settlement of Norfolk Island, 16 May 1790
The Melancholy Loss of His Majesty's Ship Sirius, Wreck'd on Norfolk Island, on Friday Noon March 19: Taken from the Flag Staff on the Beach
Updated Oct. 19, 2011
Created Jan. 1, 1992
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