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[Fairburn, Edwin, 1827-1911] :Sketch map of CMS Mission Station Paihia - as in early times [ms map]. [n.d.]
Date: 1830 - 1840 By: Fairburn, Edwin, 1827-1911; Auckland Public Library Ref: MapColl-832.11a/1833/Acc.39923 Description: Map, with cadastral and topographical information, showing the Church Missionary Society Mission Station at Paihia, circa 1835. Shows the site of an old wh...
New Zealand Company :A proposed plan of the city of Wellington in the first settlement in New Zealand, founded 1839-40 [copy of ms map]. Drawn by Samuel Cobham, Newgate Street, [London]. [n.d.]
Date: 1839 - 1840 By: New Zealand Company; Cobham, Samuel, 1799-1881 Ref: MapColl-832.4796a/1839/Acc.15648 Description: Plan of the proposed city of Wellington that was to be located near the mouth of the Hutt River and Petone, Lower Hutt City. The area covers 1361 acres, exc...
Halse, Frederick James, 1863-1936: Index wreck chart of New Zealand [ms map]. Showing total loss of vessels, compiled from official and other sources, Compiled & drawn by F. J. Halse, Wadestown, [1936]
Date: [1936] By: Halse, Frederick James, 1863-1936 Ref: MapColl-830gmfw/1935/Acc.1439 Description: Map of North Island, South Island, Stewart Island of New Zealand with numerous named small islands. Rivers, settlements, cities and towns are named, as are c...
[Mouth of the Mercury River]
Date: [ca 1838-1840] From: Laslett, Thomas, 1811-1887 : Journals Ref: MS-Papers-8349-2-161 Description: Map of the mouth of the Mercury River by Thomas Laslett from his journal. Quantity: 1 page. Physical Description: Pen and ink drawing 315 x 190 mm
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