Debarking, Shelter Roofing, Cordage & Bush Foods.

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    Debarked standing tree using a steel hatchet, either done by a white Woodsman or an Aboriginal.
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    Two sheets of bark were removed from this standing tree by an Aboriginal using a stone axe.
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