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Norfolk Island : its government and administration

Dalkin, Robert Nixon


Only forty days after Governor Phillip's First Fleet entered Port Jackson on 26th January 1788 to found the first British settlement in the South Pacific, a second such settlement was established on Norfolk Island. The island lay 905 nautical miles to the east northeast, at 29 degrees south latitude, of what was to become the town of Sydney. From 6th March 1788 the island has been occupied continuously excepting for an eleven year period of abandonment from 1814 to 1825. In its early...[Show more]

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Date published: 1977
Type: Thesis (Masters)
DOI: 10.25911/5d74e2b0a7b2d


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