Sealers

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Sealer
... Sealer may refer either to a person or ship engaged in seal hunting, or to a sealant associated terms include Seal hunting Sealer Hill, South Shetland Islands ...
Stone Sealer - Modern Sealers
... Modern stone sealers are divided into 3 broad types Topical sealers Generally made from polyurethanes or acrylics ... These sealers may be effective at stopping stains but, being exposed on the surface of the material, they tend to wear out relatively quickly, especially ... This type of sealer will significantly change the look and slip resistance of the surface, especially when it is wet ...
Sealers' Oven
... Sealers' Oven is a man-made structure of mud and stone located at 34° 53' 40.6" S 118° 20' 2.3" E on Waychinicup Inlet near Albany, Western Australia ... to be a semi-permanent bread oven built by sealers around 1800, it predates European colonisation of Western Australia by over twenty years, and is therefore one of the state's ... Sealers' Oven has been known of since the early days of colonisation, but was neither used nor protected until 1973, when the Government of Western Australia established a twelve square metre reserve ...
Seal Clubber - History - Pacific
... Land (in what is now Tasmania) saw the sealers' focus shift there in 1798, when a gang including Daniel Cooper was landed from the Nautilus on Cape Barren Island ... In this time sealers were active on the southern coast of mainland Australia, for example at Kangaroo Island ... This whole development has been called the first sealing boom and sparked the Sealers' War in southern New Zealand ...
Wurundjeri - History - First Contact
... and Western Port coast, were also subjected to raids on their camps by sealers from at least 1809 to as late as 1833, which were frequently violent with men being ...