Stephen King (15 December 1841 – 8 October 1915) was a sketcher, surveyor and explorer. He was part of the last John McDouall Stuart expedition (1861-1862), successfully crossing Australia from south to north, and was appointed Surveyor of the Overland Telegraph party sent out by Darwent and Dalwood in 1870.
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