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Scott, Helena (1832 - 1910)

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Naturalist and Artist
Born: 11 April 1832  Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  Died: 24 November 1910  Harris Park, New South Wales.
Helena Scott, having an education from her father, A.W. Scott, similar to her sister Harriet, was also a fine illustrator. In 1864 she married E. Forde and accompanied him on a survey of the Darling River between Wentworth and Bourke and made a collection of fodder grasses and other flora.

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Alternative Names: Forde, Helena
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