[Enderby, Charles] 1798?-1876? Attributed works. :[Port Ross, Auckland Islands, Between 1850 and 1852?]
Reference Number: A-093-008
Barracks on the beach and the buildings of the Southern Whale Fishery Company's settlement of Hardwicke, managed by Charles Enderby. A rata in flower close to the beach. Hills in the background.
1 image, categorised under Watercolours, related to Charles Henry Enderby, Mrs Dorothy McNulty, Southern Whale Fishery Company, Hardwicke, Whaling, Dwellings - New Zealand - Auckland Islands, Colonization and Rata.
[Enderby, Charles] 1798?-1876? Attributed works. :[Port Ross, Auckland Islands, Between 1850 and 1852?], Reference Number A-093-008 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour 176 x 260 mm. Single art work
Historical Notes: The Southern Whale Fishery Company settlement of Hardwicke was the shortest-lived of all British colonies. Promoted in 1850 as a whaling base and agricultural colony, with Charles Enderby as its own resident Lieutenant Governor, the settlement grew toa population of 300, but was abandoned after 2 years when the fishery collapsed and the environment proved too inhospitable for vegetables & crops. See Dingwall, P. Castaways of the Auckland Islands in Landscape no. 8 (nov 1980) pp 12-17, (especially p. 16)
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: File PrintIn Drawings & Prints under Artist/Title (DFP-001457)
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Verso - [in pencil] Port Ross, New Zealand, C. Enderby Governor.
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