With dozens of infrequent colour maps and different records, Early Mapping of the Pacific follows the tale of map-making, exploration and colonization within the Pacific Ocean.
It covers the background of ocean exploration from sixteenth century Portuguese mariners to twentieth century explorers and incorporates a cornucopia of infrequent and gorgeous maps of the Pacific Ocean, specifically, of Hawaii, Tahiti, Australia and New Zealand, between different Pacific Islands and territories. Early Mapping of the Pacific lines the exploration and charting of the nice ocean via cartography, following the tale from classical occasions throughout the flip of the 20 th century, telling the stories of seafarers who ventured eastward from Asia and have been the Pacific's maximum explorers.
- The Pacific Islands and Their People
- Mariners, Mapmakers and the good Ocean
- The Pacific Evolves after Magellan
- In the Wake of the Solomon Islands
- Earliest Mapping of Australia and New Zealand
- The Age of Enlightenment
- The 3 Voyages of James Cook
- The Discovery of Tahiti and Hawaii
- Micronesia, the Elusive Isles
- Surveyors, Whalers and Missionaries
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International map, Jacques l'Hermite, 1626 (1631). eighty four seventy eight. Southwest Pacific Ocean, aspect from a hemispherical map, G. B. Nicolosi, 1660. eighty four seventy nine. New Guinea and northerly Australia, Allain Mallet, 1683. eighty five eighty. the US, Richard Hakluyt, 1587. 86 eighty one. South Pacific Ocean, with the tracks of Le Maire and Schouten, Le Maire, 1619 (Herrera, 1622). 87 eighty two. Cocos and H o m e Islands, Robert Dudley, 1647. 87 eighty three. Pacific Ocean, Jodocus Hondius/Jean le Clerc, 1602. 88 eighty four. Pacific Ocean (detail), Jan Jansson, 1650. 89 eighty five. global map displaying the tracks of Le Maire to the East Indies, and the go back direction of Spilbergen, Spilbergen, 1619. 89 86. Pacific Ocean, Johannes van Loon, 1661. 90-91 87. Southwest Pacific Ocean, Frederick de Wit, 1680. 92-93 88. Pacific Ocean, Van Keulen, 1684 (ca. 1700). 94-95 89. Southern Pacific Ocean, Pierre du Val, 1679 (1684). 96-97 ninety. Pacific Ocean, Coronelli, 1696. ninety eight ninety one. New Zealand, Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu, Allain Mallet, 1683. ninety eight ninety two. Western Pacific Ocean, Henrick Doncker, ca. 1660. ninety nine ninety three. Pacific Ocean, unsigned yet attributed to the Teixeira tuition, ca. 1632. 100-101 ninety four. Isaac Le Maire impending the H o m e Islands, 1616 (Gottfried, 1640). 102 ninety five. Pacific Ocean, Frederick de Wit, 1680. 103 ninety six. Australia and Terra Australis, element from a map by means of Hendrikvan Langren, ca. 1599 (ca. 1625). 103 ninety seven. Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, Nicolas de Fer, 1713. 104-105 Chapter 6 The Age of Enlightenment ninety eight. ninety nine. a hundred. a hundred and one. 102. 103. 104. one zero five. 106. 107. 108. 109. one hundred ten. 111. 112. 113. 114. a hundred and fifteen. 116. 117. 118. 119. one hundred twenty. 121. Pacific Ocean, John vendor, 1675. 106 Island of California, Peter Goos, 1666. 107 Pacific Ocean, Juan Antonio de Mendoza y Gonzalez, 1727. 108 Indian Ocean and western Pacific Ocean, from a Thai Traiphum cosmography, 1776. 109 Taiwan, Francois Valentijn, 1724-6. 109 Philippine Islands, William Hack, ca. 1690. 110-111 global map, Edmund Halley, ca. 1740. 112-113 Juan Fernandez, Tobias Smollett, 1756. 113 Lilliput, Jonathan quick, 1726 (1735). 114 Brobdingnag and California, Jonathan rapid, 1726 (1735). 114 Japan, Hokkaido, Company's Land, Lugnagg, Laputa, and Balnibarbi, Jonathan speedy, 1726 (1735). one hundred fifteen Houyhnhnms Land, Jonathan rapid, 1726 (1735). one hundred fifteen View in Apia (Samoa), Dumont d'Urville, 1842. 116 Northern Pacific Ocean (detail), George Anson, 1748. 116 Philippine Islands, Francisco Diaz Romero, 1727. 117 Islands within the area of Tahiti, Hawkesworth, 1773. 118 New eire, Philip Carteret, from Hawkesworth, 1773. 119 South Pacific Ocean, Antonio Zatta, 1776. 120-121 Pitcairn Island, Philip Carteret, from Hawkesworth, 1773. 122 View in Pitcairn, Frederick Beechey, 1831. 122 South Pacific Ocean (detail), Gentleman's journal, 1773. 123 global map, Heinrich Scherer, 1700. 124 Coast of Java at Batavia, Louis de Bougainville, 1768. one hundred twenty five japanese Indonesia, Thomas Forrest, 1779. 126-127 bankruptcy 7 the 3 Voyages of James cook dinner 122. 123. 124. a hundred twenty five. 126. 127. 128. 129. a hundred thirty. 131. 132. 133. 134. a hundred thirty five. New Zealand, after James cook dinner, Antonio Zatta, 1778. Society Islands, Giovanni Cassini, 1798. jap Australia (globe gore), Vincenzo Coronelli, 1688. New Zealand (globe gore), Vincenzo Coronelli, 1688.