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* DRAFT SCHOOL OF ARTS CONSTITUTION:
* WOODVILLE HISTORY:
- The Lycett Album (Download the Lycett Album here – 5MB pdf file) – This remarkable album of images by convict artist Joseph Lycett is from the National Library of Australia. Lycett visited Woodville in 1817 and painted the former Lake Paterson (now drained) as well as scenes from Aboriginal people living in traditional ways at the time. On page 16 is a small black and white version of his image of Lake Paterson, described as being about “five miles [8 kilometres] in length, from one to two and half wide”. Wild ducks, black swans and magpie geese were present in large numbers. Many of the scenes – particularly Plates 3 and 18 – likely represent aspects of pre-European life in the Woodville area.