Last edited by Yot
Saturday, July 18, 2020 | History

3 edition of The Discovery of Tahiti found in the catalog.

The Discovery of Tahiti

George Robertson

The Discovery of Tahiti

by George Robertson

  • 356 Want to read
  • 26 Currently reading

Published by Trubner & Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Transportation,
  • Travel,
  • TRAVEL & HOLIDAY,
  • Transport: General Interest,
  • General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9903340M
    ISBN 101844530574
    ISBN 109781844530571
    OCLC/WorldCa52784540

      With all the technology around these days Aphrodite's Island: The European Discovery of Tahiti, we don’t need a tree to make a ite's Island: The European Discovery of Tahiti Scholastic survey of shows that 61% of school kids in the USA read digital books vs. 25% in Lying 15 km from Rangiroa and km North of Tahiti, it can be reached by a minute flight. Jacques-Yves Cousteau, the famous French oceanographer and explorer who carried out a large expedition here in , considered the waters surrounding the atoll to be the “most fish-filled in the world”.

    George Robertson. An Account of the Discovery of Tahiti. Edited by Oliver Warner, Dent, I have owned An Account of the Discovery of Tahiti for a long time but had overlooked reading it. I picked it up out of curiosity to see how it compared with Herman Melville’s Typee, his nonfiction account of spending the better part of a year on the island of Nuku Hiva during his whaling days. Aphrodite's Island is a bold new account of the European discovery of Tahiti, the Pacific island of mythic status in Western imaginings about sexuality, the exotic, and the nobility or bestiality of 'savages'. In this groundbreaking book, Anne Salmond takes readers to the centre.

    While The Society Islands get most of the attention, there are many other islands discerning travelers know offer unique views into authentic Tahiti. These Islands of Discovery packages take you to remarkable atolls, or stunning secluded islands that once found are hard to resist. The Discovery of Tahiti -- the Voyage of the Dolphin Romance and the islands have gone hand-in-hand since the bare-breasted young women of Tahiti gave a rousing welcome to the 18th-century European adventurers who discovered the island.


Share this book
You might also like
1980 Midwest directory of resources for graduate education in nursing

1980 Midwest directory of resources for graduate education in nursing

Commercial rose culture, under glass and outdoors

Commercial rose culture, under glass and outdoors

Understanding Gandhi through cartoons

Understanding Gandhi through cartoons

Carpentry and joinery

Carpentry and joinery

Sound Start

Sound Start

Radiation, genes, and man

Radiation, genes, and man

The Greatest Player Who Never Lived

The Greatest Player Who Never Lived

In-situ strees project, technical report number 6

In-situ strees project, technical report number 6

Colour television

Colour television

Vegetable oils and fats

Vegetable oils and fats

Politics in Zambia

Politics in Zambia

Mansions of the soul

Mansions of the soul

True Images Bible (Soft Cover) (5 Pack) (Ys): The NIV Bible for Teen Girls (Invert)

True Images Bible (Soft Cover) (5 Pack) (Ys): The NIV Bible for Teen Girls (Invert)

A star called Henry

A star called Henry

The Discovery of Tahiti by George Robertson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Like her earlier book, Tupaia; Captain Cook's Polynesian Navigator, The Discovery of Tahiti draws on logbooks, journals, manuscripts and books to frame the story around a notable individual history has largely overlooked.

In her earlier work it was Tupaia, the Polynesian navigator Cook employed. In this book, it's the Cornishman, Samuel Wallis.5/5(3). Joan Druett's book is an important addition to the history and literature of Tahiti. Like her earlier book, Tupaia; Captain Cook's Polynesian Navigator, The Discovery of Tahiti draws on logbooks, journals, manuscripts and books to frame the story around a notable individual history has largely overlooked.

In her earlier work it was Tupaia, the Polynesian navigator Cook employed.5/5(3). Pacific Paradises: The Discovery of Tahiti & Hawaii Hardcover – Septem by Trevor Lummis (Author)/5(4). A contemporaneous account of the discovery of Tahiti, from the "Journal of George Robertson, Master of HMS Dolphin." Of course, the parts that unnerve our sensibility today are matter of /5.

The Discovery Of Tahiti A Journal of The Second Voyage Of H.M.S. Dolphin Round The World, by George Robertson Second Series No. XCVIII Second Series No. Read "The Discovery of Tahiti" by JOAN DRUETT available from Rakuten Kobo.

Romance and the islands have gone hand-in-hand since the bare-breasted young women of Tahiti Brand: JOAN DRUETT. Pacific Paradises book.

Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Captain Wallis discovered Tahiti in when plans were being mad 4/5. This book concludes with the arrival of William Bligh in to Tahiti – stopping short of the settlement years. European settlement commenced from with the British crew from Bligh’s HMS Bounty.

Englishman Charles Darwin also visited the island in the HMS Beagle in Cited by: Aphrodite's Island: The European discovery of Tahiti By Anne Salmond, and published in by University of California Press. ISBN Previously published by Viking. The year It marks the th anniversary of the discovery of Tahiti Island and some islands in the Tuamotu Archipelago by navigator Samuel Wallis in He was the first European to set foot on Tahiti Island, more precisely in Matavai Bay which is located in the commune of Mahina formerly part of TEU territory being the father of Pomare I.

The Discovery of Tahiti On 19 Junethe sea-weary crew of HMS Dolphin were the first Europeans to make landfall on the shores of Tahiti. They were in search of a large continent that was believed to exist in the southern Pacific. Instead, they had stumbled on an earthly paradise whose natural resources and inhabitants would save their : Editor) Robertson, George (Warner, Oliver.

The web's source of information for Ancient History: definitions, articles, timelines, maps, books, and illustrations. By Trevor Lummis and published by Sutton Publishing in (ISBN ). The foreword reads "Even today Tahiti and Hawaii have remained fixed as ‘Paradise Islands' in the popular and the artistic imagination.

When they were discovered by Europeans - Tahiti in and Hawaii in - the image of paradise must have been even stronger. Like her earlier book, Tupaia; Captain Cook's Polynesian Navigator, The Discovery of Tahiti draws on logbooks, journals, manuscripts and books to frame the story around a notable individual history has largely overlooked.

In her earlier work it was Tupaia, the Polynesian navigator Cook employed. In this book, it's the Cornishman, Samuel Wallis.5/5. Cover title: The discovery of Tahiti. Description: pages illustrations, map 23 cm: Other Titles: Discovery of Tahiti: Responsibility: From the journal of George Robertson, edited, with an introd.

by Oliver Warner. With wood engravings by Robert Gibbings. Read this book on Questia. Read the full-text online edition of The History of the Tahitian Mission, (). The coincidence of geographical discovery and evangelical revival was too striking to be anything less than a divine summons to convert the latest-known comer of the earth.

The Tuamotu Islands and Tahiti By Glynn. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Buy The Discovery of Tahiti by George Robertson online at The Folio Society from the world's most extensive selection of beautifully illustrated books. Aphrodite's Island is a bold new account of the European discovery of Tahiti, the Pacific island of mythic status that has figured so powerfully in European imaginings about sexuality, the exotic, and the nobility or bestiality of “savages.” In this groundbreaking book, Anne Salmond takes readers to the center of the shared history to furnish rich insights into Tahitian pe/5(6).

London: Andre Deutsch Essential Books, Fair Lawn, N.J.:© Edition/Format: Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Dolphin (Frigate) Tahiti -- Discovery and exploration.

Discoveries in geography. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. Joan Druett's book is an important addition to the history and literature of Tahiti.

Like her earlier book, Tupaia; Captain Cook's Polynesian Navigator, The Discovery of Tahiti draws on logbooks, journals, manuscripts and books to frame the story around a notable individual history has largely overlooked.Aphrodite's Island is a bold new account of the European discovery of Tahiti, the Pacific island of mythic status that has figured so powerfully in European imaginings about sexuality, the exotic, and the nobility or bestiality of “savages.” In this groundbreaking book, Anne Salmond takes readers to the center of the shared history to furnish rich insights into Tahitian perceptions of the.Cover title: The discovery of Tahiti.

Reprint of ed. published by Folio Society, London. Description: pages illustrations, maps 23 cm: Other Titles: Discovery of Tahiti: Responsibility: From the journal of George Robertson, edited, with an introd.

by Oliver Warner. With wood engravings by Robert Gibbings. More information: