Two early accounts of the Chatham Islands from 1866 and 1882. Facsimiles of the original editions. Hunt arrived at Port Nicholson in 1840 and spent time at Otaki, and as a Pakeha-Maori with Te Rauparaha. Later in 1840 he resided in the Chathams, and visited Pitt Island. Includes also The Chatham Islands by the Rev. P C Anderson, a record of three months on the Islands in 1882.
Cadsonbury Publications, Christchurch, 2015. Softback. 64 & 34 pages, with folding map. NEW
Journal of The Bishop's Tour through his Diocese, including a visit Bishop Selwyn made to the Chatham Islands in the year 1848. First published in 1849 this is a facsimile reprint.
Cadsonbury Publications, Christchurch, 2012. Softback. 134 pages. NEW.
A classic account of nineteenth century life in the Chatham Islands. This book also describes farming and station life at Castle Hill, Canterbury in the early 1860s. First published in 1950, this is a facsimle reprint.
Cadsonbury Publications, Christchurch, 2012. Softback. 474 pages. NEW.
The flora and fauna of the Chatham islands, their geology, wetlands and conservation. Christchurch, Canterbury University Press in association with the Department of Conservation. First published in 1996, this is the revised edition.
Canterbury University Press, Christchurch, 2008. Softback. 136 pages. SECONDHAND
Michael King provides a comprehensive history of the Chatham Islands with chapters on Moriori and manukau, sealing and fishing, whaling and farming, Chudleigh and Wharekauri, the Germans, Maori and Pakeha settlers. Outstanding photographs by Robin Morrison.Random House NZ Ltd., Auckland, 1993. Softback. 144 pages. SECONDHAND
In three parts, an Historical and Economic Background, Cultural context, projections for the future. Folding map at front.