John Edward Eyre - A Life's Reflection

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John Edward Eyre - A Life's Reflection

John Edward Eyre, was and will always be, an English man of which was the first man to cross Australia, east to west. Together with his Aboriginal friend; Wylie he begun his expedition from Adelaide, in hopes of reaching Albany which, he would later find. - ... - ...

John Edward Eyre

This is Edward's Lake Eyre

John Edward Eyre

As, the days grew on in Winter, a duo of Aboriginals arrived, and for a night rested with the crew, however plotting a scheme which stole all the tools, weapons, firearms and murdered Baxter, leaving Eyre and Willie alone in W.A.After another two months, of amazing survival from Kangaroos, Weeds and Purified Water from Lake Eyre, The two sick duos, trudged on to a French Whaling ship, restocking supplies and returning down eventually to Albany in June.

After another two months, of amazing survival from Kangaroos, Weeds and Purified Water from Lake Eyre, The two sick duos, trudged on to a French Whaling ship, restocking supplies and returning down eventually to Albany in June.

Wylie

This expedition from Janurary 1840, lasting four and a half months was an extreme test, of strength and endurance, to the 14 English and Aboriginal Men and 56 Sheeps and Cattle personal.Only a week after advancing west, Eyre ordered the crew, all except for Baxter (2nd In Command), Wylie and two other Aboriginals back to Adelaide after lack of food, and a dry, arid Nullabor Plains, ahead.

The Fastet Land-Speed Record for on Wheels, was broken on Lake Eyre, 1964


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