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Billy Can HC261

Lightweight enamel cooking pot in the form of a metal bucket, commonly used for boiling water, making tea/coffee or cooking over a campfire, or to carry water. These utensils are more commonly known simply as a billy or occasionally as a billy can. 

> Click here to listen to an old New Zealand folk song 'Black Billy Tea'

max dimension: 315mm
subject area: Social Science
specific themes: Cooking, camping, history

handling collection number: HC261

Aotearoa Histories Curriculum Link

  • Years 1-3 Kōwhiringa ohaoha me te whai oranga | Economic Activity > Living and Working > The ways different groups of people have lived and worked in this rohe have changed over time.


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