C1797

Chart of the New Discoveries East of New Holland and New Guinea 1797.

C.18th map of the Pacific showing Australia and New Zealand according to Cook, with numerous explorers tracks. The tracks of Mendana 1595, Quiros 1605, Bougainville 1768, Survilles 1769 are shown.. From Morse, American Gazetteer

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Full Title:

Chart of the New Discoveries East of New Holland and New Guinea 1797.

Date:

C1797

Condition:

Repaired tear left hand side sheet edge, otherwise in good condition, folds as issued.

Technique:

Copper engraving hand coloured

Image Size: 

244mm 
x 166mm
AUTHENTICITY
Chart of the New Discoveries East of New Holland and New Guinea 1797. - Antique Map from 1797

Genuine antique
dated:

1797

Description:

C.18th map of the Pacific showing Australia and New Zealand according to Cook, with numerous explorers tracks. The tracks of Mendana 1595, Quiros 1605, Bougainville 1768, Survilles 1769 are shown..

From Morse, American Gazetteer

References:
Perry, T. & Prescott, D. A guide to maps of Australia in books published 1780-1830. Canberra 1996: 1797.08.

Collections:
National Library Australia: Bib ID 514324
National Library New Zealand: MapColl 910atc 1797 1289

Jedidiah Morse (1761 - 1826)

Morse was a notable geographer who strongly influenced the educational system of the United States. While teaching at a school for young women, he saw the need for a geography textbook oriented to the forming nation.

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