THE OLD WHALING DAYS.A History of Southern New Zealand from 1830 - 1840

By: McNab, Robert

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THE OLD WHALING DAYS.A History of Southern New Zealand from 1830 - 1840 by McNab, Robert
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New Zealand Clasics Series, Golden Press, Auckland N.Z. 1975. The Old Whaling Days is the story of New Zealand's wildest days, when French and American ships as well as British scoured the coastline for the, highly-prized sperm whale; when violent crimes went unpunished because there were no laws; when a British sea captain helped Te Rauparaha to slaughter an Akaroa chief and his people. Robert McNab travelled the world in his search for the letters, newspaper articles and ships' logs which make this an eye-witness account of the most interesting, but least recorded, period of New Zealand's history. 508pp. Ink stamp of Council Library. Good condition. Torn-out end paper. Tape repair to dust jacket. Tape stains. Maroon cloth covered end boards. 220 x 140

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