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The Farthest Corner

Morton, Harry and Carol Morton Johnston, Illustrated by Art, Drawings, Photos, Maps Etc Throughout, Some Colour

ISBN 10: 1869410114 / ISBN 13: 9781869410117
Editorial: Auckland: Century Hutchinson, 1988, Auckland, 1988
Condición: VG+ Encuadernación de tapa dura
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VG+/VG. 1st. 27cm deep by 19.5cm. A comprehensive and scholarly study of New Zealand "The Twice Discovered Land" examining the early Polynesian navigators who yovaged to the islands and how they established themselves. Then followed the early European explorers, Tasman and Cook, and in turn their discoveries led to a new influx of settlers from Europe. Thus the latter part covers their arrival, distribution, exploration and exploitation of the "farthest land" which became NZ. An extremely enlightening exposition of more than 1000 years of South Seas human settlement. 315 pages including bibliography and index, illustrations in art, photos, maps etc throughout, mainly b/w but 15 colour. Brown hard covers with gilt spine titles excellent with trifle wear spine top, lower, text block also excellent. Art DJ has sunned spine, shallow fade strip front top, few creases, small tear top edges. N° de ref. de la librería 001570

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Título: The Farthest Corner

Editorial: Auckland: Century Hutchinson, 1988, Auckland

Año de publicación: 1988

Encuadernación: Hard Cover

Ilustrador: Art, Drawings, Photos, Maps Etc Throughout, Some Colour

Condición del libro:VG+

Condición de la sobrecubierta: VG

Edición: 1st

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This is an account of the discovery of the islands now known as New Zealand. The book traces the arrival of the Polynesians - the ancestors of the Maori people - and explorer James Cook, who laid the foundations for the first extensive European exploration of the country by charting the coastline in detail and studying the flora and fauna. Using an extensive amount of personal anecdote drawn from letters and journals, the authors provide a portrait of the wide assortment of missionaries, scientists, surveyors, mountaineers, farmers and others who travelled through the land in the interests of commerce, communication, religion, science and the sheer love of adventure. Harry Morton has also written "The Wind Commands", which won the Sir James Wattie New Zealand Book of the Year award in 1976.

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