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Alexander Solomon (c. 1874–1933)

Alexander Solomon (c. 1874–1934), Aboriginal tracker, was born on Wiradjuri Country at Mungery station, New South Wales, in the early to mid-1870s. He worked for the New South Wales police as a tracker and died on 18 December 1933 at Darlington Point.

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c. 1874
Peak Hill, New South Wales, Australia


18 December, 1933 (aged ~ 59)
Darlington Point, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

heart disease

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