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Hartog Plate being preserved. Photo: Western Australian Museum

British museum and others help WA understand its past

In 1699, William Dampier, an Englishman, collected shells and plants from the beaches of the rugged west coast of Australia. These were shipped back to England and ultimately displayed at Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum and the British Museum in London.

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