Burnand, William H. fl 1849 : [The beautiful plains of Ahuriri, Hawkes Bay] [copy of ms map]. [1845?]
Reference Number: MapColl-832at/[1845?]/Acc.5975
Photocopy of elaborately drawn coloured manuscript map by W.H. Burnand inserted in his copy of the New Zealand Journal, v.5, p. 312, 1845. Includes much text on map e.g. 'The land round this lagoon swampy', "Beautiful valley'. Gives Ahururi Harbour another name, Hauriru, describing 'at the mouth of the river are two islands, little else than sand, no wood or water'.Data from Capt. Rhodes report 1841, and from Col. Wakefield, Mr Tiffen and Capt. Kettle.Shows routes taken by Stokes and Harrison, from Wellington up the East Coast to Hawkes Bay. Scale out of proportion.Note on verso of original : Ahuriri see 5th March 1853 Gaz - see description of Ahuriri in the Nov. 12, 57 NZ Gazette p.801.Turnbull Library Record no. 8 N 1951, p.9 gives title 'Port Nicholson to Hawkes Bay'.
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Burnand, William H. fl 1849 : [The beautiful plains of Ahuriri, Hawkes Bay] [copy of ms map]. [1845?], Reference Number MapColl-832at/[1845?]/Acc.5975 (1 digitised items)
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