2 edition of exploration of New Zealand. found in the catalog.
exploration of New Zealand.
William Graham McClymont
Bibliography: p. -119.
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|Pagination||viii, 125 p. illus., maps. ;|
|Number of Pages||125|
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McClymont has proved a worthy and skillful historian. His book has become a work of standard reference, to both students and general readers.
His concise summary has achieved the difficult task Cited by: 2. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: McClymont, W.G. Exploration of New Zealand. Wellington, Dept. of Internal Affairs, New Zealand, It sets the scientific exploration of New Zealand and the Pacific in the context of the French Enlightenment with its veneration of science and philosophy and the quest to map the whole world – and everything in it – minerals, plants, animals and peoples, that fuelled the Age of Discovery.
It is a rather big book set out in five parts. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: McClymont, W.G. Exploration of New Zealand. London, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Navigators & Naturalists: French Exploration of New Zealand and the Pacific doubt that Cook has been emphasised to the unfair exclusion of the massive French contribution to European knowledge of New Zealand.' This book seeks to Lee focuses on the key characters of this age of French exploration (names such as de Surville, du Fresne, La.
New Zealand Books  McClymont, W.G. The Exploration of New Zealand. Dept of Internal Affairs, Very Good / No Jacket.
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saving/5. The book begins with a recounting of the evidence for knowledge of New Zealand and the Māori before the more well-known journey of the Dutch sailor Abel Janszoon Tasman to the islands.
It also includes illustrations of important officials, such as Captain Cook, and. This book is the first heavily illustrated history of exploration in New Zealand. The combination of concise and lucid text with a great variety of illustrations creates a new awareness of the country and its pioneers.
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Published by Royal Geographic Society, London (). Though James Cook's exploration of New Zealand dominates history books, Dutch navigator Abel Tasman was the first European to catch sight of .