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Title: From Tasman to Marsden : A History of Northern New Zealand from 1642 to 1818
Description: Dunedin, New Zealand, J Wilkie & Co. 1914, First Edition. Hard Cover, 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall. McNab was a New Zealand born politician and writer of Murihuku and Old Whaling Days, McNabs writing was intended to give a sense of a distinctive New Zealand destiny and identity for those of European descent. Covers discovery By Tasman, 1642 And 1643; Cook on the East Coast, 1769; De Surville visits Doubtless Bay, 1769; Cook completes his survey, 1769 and 1770; Marion's visit to the Bay Of Islands, 1772; various visitors, 1773 to 1793; the first Whaling trade, 1801 - 1806; the day of Te Pahi, 1806 - 1809, various missionaries especially Marsden. CONDITION Green cloth (clean with light wear to spine ends) pp xiv [2] 236. Mostly very bright and crisp with odd light mark internally, front end paper has been neatly cut out probably to removed details of previous owner. Very Good/N/A.


Price: US$ 35.00 Seller: Ariel Books
- Book number: 15110

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