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Angus and Robertson 1975. A biography of Abel Janzoon Abel Tasman was born in Lutjegast, Netherlands in 1603. In 1633, he entered the Dutch East India Company, appointed by Anton Van Diemen, the Governor-General of Batavia to explore lands in the rich Southern Ocean. Tasman discovered Van Deiman's Land and New Zealand. During his second voyage in 1644, Tasman established that Eendracht Land (Western Australia) and Carpentaria (Queensland) were a part of a single land mass separated by sea from New Guinea and the East Indies. Tasman died comfortably in 1659 aged 56. Van Deiman's Land was later named after him in 1855 in honour of his discovery. Brown cloth covered end boards. Near fine condition. 152pp 220 x 130mm