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2 edition of French explorers maps of New Zealand found in the catalog.

French explorers maps of New Zealand

R. P. Hargreaves

French explorers maps of New Zealand

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Published by The Map Collectors" Circle in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand
    • Subjects:
    • New Zealand -- Maps -- Bibliography.,
    • New Zealand -- Discovery and exploration.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby R. P. Hargreaves.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ6003 .M3 no. 32
      The Physical Object
      Pagination16 p.
      Number of Pages16
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5652582M
      LC Control Number68092918

      French influence in New Zealand spreads beyond the planned settlement at Banks Peninsula, for several French navigators sailed these waters. One was explorer Dumont d’Urville of the Astrolabe, who in the s named numerous features around Nelson and Marlborough such .   As captain on three voyages of discovery in the late eighteenth century, James Cook became the first European to define the outline of New Zealand. Thanks to Cook’s detailed charts, and his gentlemen passengers’ scientific and artistic documentation, accurate knowledge of New Zealand was available in Europe for the first time from the s.


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Page 1 - Further informationRecommended links for information about early explorers to New. Like other French explorers, Dumont d’Urville made a major contribution to the scientific knowledge of New Zealand.

Included in these exploratory missions were French artists, whose works form a rich visual record of early nineteenth-century New Zealand. French whalers appeared in the s, mostly working off Banks Peninsula and Otago until. New Zealand: Travel for kids: The fun way to discover New Zealand (Travel Guide For Kids Book 4) Dinobibi Publishing.

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Samuel de Champlain, the greatest of the French explorers, founded Port Royal () and Québec (). Jean Nicolet (Nicollet), a companion of Champlain, explored Lake Michigan and surrounding areas in the s.

Louis Joliet and Jacques Marquette conducted explorations of. The European exploration of Australia first began in Februarywhen Dutch navigator Willem Janszoon landed in Cape York Peninsula and on October that year when Spanish explorer Luís Vaz de Torres sailed through, and navigated, Torres Strait islands.

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Hargreaves --Plates --Index. Series Title: Holland Press cartographica, v. Responsibility: by R.V. Tooley ; with an index compiled by Douglas Matthews. The first European to sight New Zealand was Dutch explorer Abel Tasman. He was on an expedition to discover a great Southern continent ‘Great South Land’ that was believed to be rich in minerals.

Inwhile searching for this continent, Tasman sighted a ‘large high-lying land’ off the West Coast of. According to a new set of theories, the first Europeans to discover Australia might have been Portuguese adventurers. A map of the XVI century stored in the archives of a library in Los Angeles is the ultimate proof that Portuguese adventurers, not British or Dutch, Written: led a two-year expedition () to survey the Great Salt Lake and its surroundings.

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Nicholas Baudin () was a French Naval Officer who mapped the island of Tasmania and explored much of the coastline of Australia (including Geographe Bay, Guichen Bay (), Fleurieu Peninsula (), Murat Bay, and Shark Bay and the Gulf of. A 16th century maritime map in a Los Angeles library vault proves that Portuguese adventurers, not British or Dutch, were the first Europeans to discover Australia, says a.

“[The Aboriginal Tasmanians] seem to offer the most perfect image of pristine society Their open and smiling expression reveals a happiness that has never been troubled by intrusive thoughts and unattainable desires.” Bruny d’Entrecasteaux ()“In comparing what we had now seen with what had before happened in [D’Entrecasteaux Channel] we derived that it is not prudent to.

He returned to New Zealand another two times in the 18th Century. Jean-Francois-Marie de Surville. Jean Francois Marie De Surville, was a captain of the French East India Company ship, Saint Jean Baptiste. He entered New Zealand Waters on the 12th of Decemberam, off. Buy French Maps & Atlases and get the best deals at the lowest prices on eBay.

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Maps (zoomable): New France (map #1, La Nuova Francia) Canada (map #9, Le Canada faict par le Sr. de Champlain) Map of Marquette's expedition (Carte de la découverte faite l'an ) As we turn to the French explorers, let us repeat the litany of hardships that explorers encountered—intense cold, disease and death.

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Review by Nic Klaassen. Jean-Francois de Galoup Compte de La Perouse, Rear Admiral Jules Sébastien César Dumont d'Urville, René Primevère Lesson Rear Admiral Jules Sébastien César Dumont d'Urville (Condé-sur-Noireau, France – May 8,Meudon, France) was a French explorer and naval officer, who explored the south and western Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica.

This book is an atlas, chronology, and biography of the life and voyages of this celebrated explorer. A set of specially drawn maps and accompanying text give a detailed overview of his life, including his early years in England, his time in the North Sea coal trade and with the Royal Navy in Canada, and his three great voyages around the world in HMB Endeavour and HMS Resolution.

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His book, A New Voyage Round the World, was published inand quickly became very popular. Dampier died a pauper in March, was a Dutch explorer who was the first European to sail to Tasmania, New Zealand, Tonga, and the.

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hand drawn maps, and Baudin’s personal journal from France’s National. French, Dutch, and English explorers began to make inroads into the Americans in the late s and early s. Gold, silver, and furs attracted European exploration, colonization, and competition in the New World.

Rivalries between European nations were often rooted in religious or political feuds taking place in Europe, yet these tensions. When it was determined by Dutch explorers that New Zealand was not attached to the South American continent, they changed its name from Staten Landt (South America) to Nova Zeelandia (New Zealand), after the Dutch province of Zeeland.

Wellington, New Zealand, is the southernmost national capital in the world at latitude ° South. "The French explorers were some of the very first to come to Tasmania," explains Danielle Clode, author of Voyages to the South Seas: In Search of Terre Australes.

James Hursthouse, a tireless Victorian-age advocate of New Zealand’s private-enterprise colonies, wondered whether Spanish voyager Ferdinand de Quiros, who explored the New Hebrides inmight have pressed south to Dusky Bay, citing old .Rulers of several European nations hired explorers during the s, s, and s.

The nations included Spain (green line on map), England (red), France (blue), and Holland (purple). They wanted the explorers to search for a Northwest Passage to Asia and to look for gold and other treasure.