Murihiku and the southern islands : a history of the South Island of New Zealand and the islands adjacent and lying to the south, from 1642 to 1835

Maker and role
Author: Robert McNab (b.1864, d.1917)
Printer: William Smith
Production date
1909
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Production place
Invercargill/Southland Region/New Zealand
Description
Comprehensive history of New Zealand's South Island, Stewart Island and the Sub Antarctic Islands, from the exploration of Abel Tasman until 1835. Includes exploration, the whaling, sealing, and flax industries, shipwrecks, Māori and colonization schemes.
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Media/materials description
Olive green linen boards with indented border; gold lettering spine
Measurements
xiv, 499 p. : ill., maps (fold.), ports. ; 23 cm.
Measurements
0 - Whole = Height x Width x Depth (mm) = 225 x 65 x 142mm
Subjects
South Island (New Zealand) - History
Sealing - New Zealand
Whaling - New Zealand - History
New Zealand - History - To 1840
Accession number
A149.219

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