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Verlag: John McIndoe,, Dunedin,
Einband: Soft cover
Dunedin, John McIndoe, 1979. 21.5cm x 27cm. 64 unnumbered pages with 79 photographs of buildings in and around Oamaru. Original softcover (Paperback). Very good condition with only minor signs of wear. Oamaru, the largest town in North Otago, in the South Island of New Zealand, is the main town in the Waitaki District. It is 80 kilometres south of Timaru and 120 kilometres north of Dunedin, on the Pacific coast, and State Highway 1 and the railway Main South Line connect it to both. Oamaru's historic status as the second centre in the Otago Region (after Dunedin) appears under threat from the growth of Queenstown in Central Otago. The name Oamaru derives from Ma-ori words meaning the place of Maru (compare with Timaru). The identity of Maru remains open to conjecture. On 20 February 1770 James Cook in the Endeavour reached a position very close to the Waitaki mouth and "about 3 Miles from the shore" according to his journal. He said the land "here is very low and flat and continues so up to the skirts of the Hills which are at least 4 or 5 Miles in land. The whole face of the Country appears barren, nor did we see any signs of inhabitants." He stayed on this part of the coast four days. Sydney Parkinson, the expedition's artist, described what seems to be Cape Wanbrow, in Oamaru. On 20 February he wrote ".we were near the land, which formed an agreeable view to the naked eye. The hills were of a moderate height, having flats that extended from them a long way, bordered by a perpendicular rocky cliff next to the sea." (Wikipedia) Sprache: English Very good condition with only minor signs of wear. Original softcover (Paperback). Buchnummer des Verkäufers 785BB
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