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A replica of Norfolk.
in 1798, was the only ship built on Norfolk Island during its first period as a convict settlement. The tall
Norfolk Pine trees had attracted
interest by the Royal Navy in the 1770s
and the island was originally settled in part to supply timber for
masts and spars, so it is ironic that this small ship was the only
one built there.
1800 the Norfolk was captured on the Hawkesbury
River by fifteen convicts who intended to sail the ship
to the Molucccas.However, they wrecked
the Norfolk when entering Port Hunter and ripped the bottom out of the ship. The
convicts eventually made it to shore. Eleven stole another small
boat but it was captured and two of the convicts were executed.
remaining four convicts lived with the aborigines but perished when
they attempted to walk back to Sydney to give