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Marion Dufresne at the Bay of Islands
Leslie G. Kelly
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In he published two articles on Marion du Fresne in the New Zealand Herald, and in he published Marion Dufresne at the Bay of Islands. In Kelly met Te Puea Hērangi. She researched his ancestry and by had chosen from his whakapapa the ancestral name Te Putu, also an ancestor of the Māori Kings. Browse books that are available now, or by author or l books is a private collection of rare and historical books from New Zealand and the Pacific offered for sale. Marion Dufresne at the Bay of Islands: KELLY, HENRY D. As High As The Hills - the centenial History of Picton: KELSEY, JANE: A Question of Honour? Labour.
Ponsonby. Anyone not heard of us? We are Auckland's most-talked about part of town. Marion Dufresne memorial at Te Hue Bay, Northland In , a French expedition, under command of Marc-Joseph Marion Dufresne arrived in New Zealand waters to explore the country. It was the fourth recorded European expedition to encounter New Zealand.
Leslie George Kelly (10 May – 6 August ) was a New Zealand journalist, engine driver and historian. Kelly's father, Sidney Mellish Kelly, was descended from Edward Meurant, a trader and interpreter at Kawhia in the s, and his wife, Kenehuru, the daughter of Ngāti Mahuta leader Te Tuhi-o-te-rangi. Leslie Kelly was born in Auckland on 10 May While I was in Canada I’d decided to book my Christmas accommodation in advance, so I didn’t end up with nowhere to stay. After a quick look through the guidebook I picked the Bay of Islands, which turned out to be a good decision. The bus from Auckland to Paihia was uneventful, I’m starting to get a bit fed up of buses now.
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Marion Dufresne at the Bay of Islands. Wellington [N.Z.] A.H. & A.W. Reed  (OCoLC) Named Person: M -J Marion du Fresne; M -J Marion du Fresne: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Leslie G Kelly.
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Marion Dufresne at the Bay of Islands by Leslie G Kelly (Book) 2 editions published in in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Neue Reise durch die Südsee, im Jahr und by Alexis Rochon () 2 editions published in in German and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
The Marion Dufresne was built for the extreme weather conditions of the Southern Indian Ocean, where meter waves are common. And it was incredibly well-rigged, with several impressive cranes fore and aft. Marion du Fresne arrives in Bay of Islands. Painting showing the death of Marion du Fresne (Alexander Turnbull Library, G) Du Fresne’s was the second French expedition to visit New Zealand, following that of de Surville in (see 24 March).
Du Fresne’s acceptance of the philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s beliefs about ‘noble savages’ was to have unfortunate. Marc-Joseph Marion du Fresne (22 May – 12 June ), with the surname sometimes spelt Dufresne, was a Breton-born French explorer who made important discoveries in the south Indian Ocean, in Tasmania and in New Fresne was killed by Māori in He is commemorated in various place names, as well as in the name of the research vessel.
The Bay of Islands An account of the visit of Captain Cook, the coming of Marion Dufresne and the circumstances which led to his death, and what happened when the first pigs came to Waima.
John White, the compiler of the six-volume ‘Ancient History of the Maori’ left many unpublished manuscripts behind him when he died in Marion Dufresne at the Bay of Islands. Wellington, New Zealand: A.H & A.W. Reed, 8vo. Cloth. pp Plates and maps.
A nice copy in a good d/w. She is the 65ft twin screw motor yacht, Dufresne, designed by Laurent Giles and partners of England for Mr Jack Butland of Auckland, and built by M.C. Carter Ltd. Laurent Giles is noted not only for the excellence of his designs, but also for the very distinctive character and good looks of his boats.
Marion’s assassination along with 24 of his men at the Bay of Islands led to a brief but vicious war between the French and Māori. There is a very dramatic painting of Marion Dufresne being murdered in the book "Marion Dufresne at the Bay of Islands" by Leslie G Kelly.
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In his book Voyages aux Indes orientales, Alexis Rochon, who was then at the Isle de France, states quite explicitly that Marion received secret orders to search for and procure nutmeg and clove seedlings in New Guinea and ‘adjacent islands’. Marion’s assassination along with 24 of his men at the Bay of Islands led to a brief but vicious war between the French and Māori.
For most part, the visit had been an idyllic sojourn of harmonious relations fulfilling its commander’s philosophical notions of the ‘noble savage’ but then, for reasons never satisfactorily explained, it. On the other side of the world, inLeslie Kelly () published a detailed study entitled Marion Dufresne at the Bay of Islands which dealt with the explorer’s sojourn and death in New Zealand.
Kelly was a remarkable individual who earned his daily bread as an engine driver but, before his tragic death in a railway accident, wrote. L. G. Kelly (Te Putu) is one of the younger practising Maori writers with more than a dozen learned articles in the Polynesian Society Journal, and two volumes, Tainui and Marion Dufresne at the Bay of Islands, to his credit.Collision - the violent impact of opposing forces; the clash of two different world views and cultures.
A fast-paced, exciting YA/Adult historical novel about the disastrous collision of cultures that occurred in the Bay of Islands, when the two ships in French explorer Marion duFresne's expedition came ashore to find a replacement for a mast destroyed in a collision at sea.Marion du Fresne sighted Mt Taranaki on 25 Marchnaming it Pic Mascarin.
He then sailed north and on 15 April landed at Spirits Bay. A gale two days later caused severe damage to the ships and the loss of several anchors. Marion du Fresne then proceeded south-east and on 4 May reached the Bay of Islands.