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DIE HAWAII-INSELIN Und Deren Ananas-Kulture. The Hawaii Islands - Pineapple Cultivation. Original Photograph Album

Smidt & Hagens

Published by Smidt & Hagens, Hamburg, Germany (1900)

First Edition. Original Boards with Pasted Panorama of Honolulu and Gilt Ttiles to Cover. Photo Album with Silk Ties, Oblong Quarto. Illustrated with 18 Original Photographs 9'' by 7'' pasted to boards. Subjects include Pineapple Growing (7) showing Plantations and Workers, Hawaiian Topography, Surfing etc etc. Most likely produced to encourage investment ( Del Monte)


Collection of journals on shipping matters and coastal life.]
Mitchell
Bayldon/Q113 

Kohner was a fascinating character -- a friend of Kafka's in his youth, and later the creator of the archetypal teenage tomboy Gidget, based on his own surf-crazed daughter. Curiously enough, at the same time another European emigre, Vladimir Nabokov, was writing another book about an American girl archetype -- *Lolita*.
The Overland Monthly Vol. 3, July 1869 - Dec. 1869
Various Authors
San Francisco: A. Roman & Co. 1869, 1869.
Hardcover. includes "A Lady's Trip to Hawaii"
THE PICTORIAL CABINET OF MARVELS
Frederick Warne & Co ND (c. 1898), London and New York, 1898.
with illustrated articles on ... "Surf-Riding in Hawaii",

From Golden Gate to the Golden Horn. a Narrative of Travel and Adventure.
Reddall, Henry Frederic
Hunt & Eaton, New York, 1893. 1st Edition. 5 7 1/4". 380 pages. 63 in text illustrations.
One way round the world. With illustrations from photographs.
Sweetser, Delight.
Indianapolis: Bowen-Merrill Co. 1899.
Second ed. 12mo. 270 p. + 62 plates of b&w photos.,
1899. Smith, S209. Travel in 1896-97, westward from San Francisco. With stops in Hawaii, Japan, China, Singapore, India, Egypt, among others.
Off For Hawaii
Bonehill, Ralph
Grosset & Dunlap, New York, NY, 1899.
BOYS AND GIRLS OF 21 NATIONS Original Tales Form Many Countries: Full Descriptions of the Children and Youth of France, Norway, Italy, Sicily, India, Africa, Arabia, China, Egypt., Mexico, Canada, Kaffir Tribes, Hawaii, Cuba, Greenland and Other Countries
Hadley, Milton
Washington: George W. Bertron, 1900, 
A WINTER PASSAGE ROUND CAPE HORN, AND A VISIT TO THE MARQUESAS ISLANDS, BY HER MAJESTY'S SHIP IMOGENE
BRUCE. H W
Originally published in The Nautical Magazine in 1838, London, 1838. 29pp.
Accounts of Marquesas, Tahiti, Hawaii & Pitcairn Is
Fiji and the Friendly Isles: Sketches of Their Scenery and People
Scholes, S.E.
London: C.H. Kelly: no date) About 1890
Chapters on Ethnography
Kennedy, John, A.M.
London: Printed and Published by John Cassell: 1851
Of interest regarding Polynesians and Australian aboriginals. 
From Island to Island in the South Seas; or, the Work of a missionary ship . With route map and numerous Illustrations
Cousins, George, Compiled By
London Missionary Society, UK, 1893.
EXPEDITION TO THE SOUTH SEAS AND THE PACIFIC
Jenkins J S
London: T Nelson and Sons, 1853,
page 373

Stories From The South Seas
Serale, Edis
Seeley, Jackson, & Halliday, 1876. 
In Strange Company. A Story of Chili and the Southern Seas. (A novel).
BOOTHBY, Guy.
London: Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., 1896.

Little Lucy's Wonderful Globe
Yonge, Charlotte M.
Islands of the Southern Seas: Hawaii, Samoa, New Zealand, Tasmania, Australia, and Java
Shoemaker, Michael Meyers
G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1898.
Mention surf-bathing at Waikiki, page 28.
The Flag of Distress: a Tale of the South Sea
Reid, Capt. Mayne
Worthington Co., New York, 1890. 
South Sea Sketches: A Narrative
Dahlgren,Madeliene Vinton [Mrs.]
oston James R. Osgood.[1881], 1881
THE STORY OF JOHN G. PATON - Thirty Years Among South Sea Cannibals
Paton, The Rev. James (editor)
Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1898. 
The Story of the South Seas - Written for Young People
Cousins, George
London Missionary Society, London, 1894
Curiosities of the South Seas. (Two Part Article.)
Thomson, Basil.
Extracted from The Wide World Magazine, 1899.
An account of the life and customs of the South Sea Islanders of Fiji, Tonga, New Caledonia and New Hebrides
16 pages, 27 illustrations. 
Hawaii
Henle, Fritz; Wright, Norman J.
 Hastings House, New York, New York, U.S.A., 1948.
 First Edition First Printing. Photographic tribute to the islands of Hawaii, native Hawaiian people, & the aloha spirit. First Edition in 70 pages
Deportes Acuáticos. Natacion, Saltos, Surfing, Canoa, Remo, Esquí, Vela, Motonáutica, Pesca
Gabrielsen, M. A. Gabrielsen, B.W. Spears B.
Editorial Hispano Europea, 1969.
Bennett, Chauncey C.
Lecture and sketches of life on the Sandwich Islands and Hawaiian travel and scenery.
Lecture delivered before St. Mary’s college in which he gives his experience of sixteen years residence and studies on the Hawaiian or Sandwich Islands.
San Francisco, The Bancroft company, 1893. 64 p. incl. illus., pl. 19 cm.
Bennett, Chauncey C.
Honolulu directory, and historical sketch of the Hawaiian or Sandwich islands,
Honolulu, C. C. Bennett, 1869 [1871]  1 p.l., 80, [21], [87]-88 p. front. 20 cm.
Damon, Samuel Chenery, 1815-1885.
A trip from the Sandwich Islands to lower Oregon, and upper California;
Honolulu, Oahu, H.I., Printed at the Polynesian office, 1849. 1 p.l., p. [41]-96. 30 x 24 cm.
Allen, A. J., Miss.
Ten years in Oregon : travels and adventures of Doctor E. White and lady, west of the Rocky Mountains : with incidents of two sea voyages via Sandwich Islands around Cape Horn / compiled by Miss A.J. Allen.
 Ithaca, N.Y. : Mack, Andrus, & Co., printers, 1848. 399 p., [1] leaf of plates : 1 port. ; 21 cm.

Green, Jonathan S. (Jonathan Smith), 1796-1878.
Sandwich Islands...
 [n.p.] [1831] 1 v.

Melvin, John L.
A narrative of a voyage round the world, commenced in 1816, and ended in 1824; in which is contained some account of the natives of the Sandwich Islands, and likewise of the inhabitants of Chili [sic] and Peru; with some remarks on the public conduct of Lord Cochrane ...
Georgetown, D.C., 1825. 27 p. 23 cm.
Thomson, Carl.
Surfing in Great Britain.
London, Constable, 1972. 315 p. illus., forms, maps. 18 cm.
Laklan, Carli.
Surf with me.
New York, McGraw-Hill [1967] 160 p. 21 cm.

Halacy Jr., D. S. (Daniel Stephen), 1919-
The "in" sports
Philadelphia, Macrae Smith [1966] 187 p. illus., ports. 24 cm.
Peter, Darrell, 1918- [from old catalog]
Surf-riding, for right hand alone.
Saint Louis, Art Publication Society [1961]  3 pages
The Hawaiian Islands
Grosvenor, Gilbert
National Geographic Magazine, 1924.
Included is Bonine's Riding the Surf photograph.

Two Years in Southern Seas
Cameron, Charlotte
. Fisher Unwin (1923), London, 1923.
Includes a couple of paragraphs and 1 illustration on surf riding at Waikiki Beach.
online

My Dear! He Says Hawaii Is American!!
Blythe, Samuel G.Unknown, 1928.
 Nelson "Pete" Pringle. Honolulu. Six line drawings. Illustrated tan paper cover, staplebound, 12mo.
Author explains that Hawaiians don't have their own coinage, discourses on the weight of leis, fearlessly attempts to surfboard, and generally enjoys himself. 36pp. Illus. by Ray Morris.
So This is Hawaii.
Lucas, Harold V.
he Hilo Tribune Herald Ltd. (), Hawaii, 1935. Paperback. Octavo. 62pp. Revised edition. k includes illustrations after drawings by Martin R. Aden, as well as black & white photographs.
The short poems and sketches in this book include Japanese Boy Day, A Legend of Old Hawaii, Art of Riding Surfboards, Kona Coffee Trails, etc. 
HOTEL GALVEZ, GALVESTON, TEXAS [cover title].
The hotel nd [ca. 1910], (Galveston?), 1910.
Advertising brochure for the hotel: text, two interior views, hunting and fishing illustrations on verso panels and with the cover panels an exterior view of the hotel and strand on the recto. "Finest surf bathing in the world."
Santa Claus at Waikiki
Gowan, Ida Clarice
The William-Frederick Press - NY, 1944.
Beautifully illustrated in green and red the colors of Christmas. Includes the songs "The Waves Kept Dancing" and On My Surf Board"
FIFTY-THREE (53) YEARS, THE L.A.A.C. FROM 1880 TO 1933 [Cover Title: LOS ANGELES ATHLETIC CLUB AND ALLIED CLUBS]
Los Angeles Athletic Club, Los Angeles, 1933.
Cover title: Los Angeles Athletic Club and Allied Clubs: Pacific Coast Club of Long Beach, Hollywood Athletic Club, Santa Monica Athletic Club, Surf and Sand Club, Riviera Country Club, California Yacht Club. 

Clark's cruise of the "Cleveland" (new) 18,000 tons. Around the world "eastward" leaving New York, October 16, 1909.
CLARK, FRANK C.]
 Frank C. Clark Co., [New York, 1909.
pp. 64; double-p. map, about 2 dozen halftones in the text, including 1 showing surf boarding at Waikiki.

Mad Morning Moonlight of Hawaii
Fay, Dorothy
Los Gatos, 1932.
Contains 4 plates from photos with frontis of Surf Riding at Waikiki.
Printed in San Francisco by Victor F. Pollak Co
Fay nee Anna Chandler Lindholm. 
Original Sheet Music for the Song ÒWhen You Come Back.Ó Words and Music by Hiram B.K. AnaHu
ANAHU, HIRAM B.K.
Honolulu, HI Oscar U. Hyatt 1925
The front cover is illustrated with a graphic drawing of a Hawaiian land and sea scape with two black & white photographs of a man posed with a ukulele and the other of him in a swimming outfit standing in front of his decorated surf board.

History of the hawaiian Islands and Hints to Travellers Visiting the Hawaiian Islands.
Davey Photographic Co. Ltd.
Honolulu, 1899.
Soft cover.1st Edition. 12mo, self printed wrappers, 32p.
Four halftone plates (two are composites of images, one with a tiny shot of a Hawaiian on shore sporting a surf-board).

Bondi the Beautiful
no author
(Sydney: Printed by F.E. Moore, produced by Gordon and Gotch Advertising Service Under instructions of the Waverley Municipal Council: December, 1929)
 Includes photographic illustration of ‘Surf Board Riding at Bondi’., 1929.
Captain Bob / The Little Red Marksman / The End Of The Rainbow / etc. / The May Party: Anecdotes That Will Please The Little People.
Carter, Emily / Jenness, Theodora R. / Hatheway, M. E. N. / etc.
Chicago, Homewood Publishing Co., [circa 1900], 1900
Contents: ; Surf-Riding;
Lens of Hawaii : a Collection of 36 Original Scenic Photographs of Hawaii
C.q. Pang Division
C.Q. Pang Division Royal Hawaiian Distributing Co., Honolulu, Hawaii, 1942.
Contents: ...  HAWAIIAN SURF RIDING (7 21/2"x 3" series); ARMY & NAVY Y.M.C.A., HONOLULU; WAIKIKI BEACH & DIAMOND HEAD, HONOLULU; SURFING & CANOEING AT WAIKIKI BEACH, HONOLULU; 
Marvels of Creation: Earth and Sea
. Nelson and Sons, London, 1867.
A book aimed at educating younger readers. Illustrations include ; Surf at Madras;
In Aloha Land: Intimate Notes on Hawaii [article in Sunset, August 1916].
Woodhead, Field & Company., San Francisco., 1916
Issue also includes two color illustrations, "The Surf Riders" (on the cover) and "The Pa-u Rider." 
Sunset. The Pacific Monthly.
NEW MEXICO) Field, Charles K. (Editor). Bull, W.H. (cover illus).
Southern Pacific. San Francisco. 06- 1912., 1912
Color cover illustration by Randal Borough "A Summer Surf-boarder".
Pictured Geography of Hawaii in Story and Picture.
Hanry, Marguerite
Albert Whitman and Comany, Chicago, 1946.
One of the illustrations also shows a surfer and outrigger canoe.
The Dayspring, Newspaper, Vol VII & Vol VIII, 1848 - 1849.
Missions in China].
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions,, Boston:, 1848.
A monthly missionary newspaper published from 1842 to 1849, with much content on Hawaii, China, India, and Native American missions.
Also with articles on life and customs in Hawaii (Sandwich Islands), for example, "A Hawaiian Amusement: the favorite amusement of all classes is sporting on the surf. they avail themselves of the surfboard." (Vol VII, No. 1, p1).
The Ship of Flame, A Saga of the South Seas
William S Stone
Alfred E Knopf, New York, 1945.

The Spell of the Hawaiian Islands and the Philippines
Anderson, Isabel
The Page Company, Boston, 1917.

Way for a Sailor!
WETJEN, Albert Richard
Grosset and Dunlap New York [1930], 1930. First Photoplay Edition, illustrated with scenes from the popular 1930 black and white talking film produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, starring John Gilbert, Wallace Beery, Jim Tully and Leila Hyamsof and directed by Sam Wood. Mach Tey dustjacket art.
"... and Jack Lassan grows to manhood. a vision of dark eyes under a mantilla and above a fan, looking over a balcony in Rio; a golden god of a swimmer reared in the surf at Hawaii; a white-haired negro swinging a machete in the sugar cane.".
A Day at the Sea
Douthwaite, A. S. (Illustrator)
Ward Lock and Co, London, 1961.
A variety of seaside sights - sea-shells, surf riding, 
Shark Boy
Harry, Robert R. Sr.
Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books, N. Y., 1957
 An Adventure in Ancient Hawaii (249) pp, black line drawn illustrations 
Holiday In Hawaii: Nature In A Pacific Paradise
Burroughs, John
The Century Company, NY, 1912.
Century Magazine, Volume LXXXIV, No. 4, August, 1912
. Illustrations include a group of native boys ready to dive for coins in Honolulu Harbor, a private roadway of royal palms in Honolulu, a native indulging in his favorite sport of surfing or surf-riding, native boys jumping for coins from the bow of a ship,

HAWAII BY A TOURIST
HARLOW,S.Grace
West Coast publishing 1928,Verso, LA,CA, 1928
 .photo of diamond head & "surf boarding" "surf Canoeing". .

Australia and the Islands of the Sea
Kellogg, Eva M.C.
Edited by Larkin Dunton. (Boston: Silver, Burdett and Company: 1898) The World and its People Book VIII, which is Vol. 12 in The Young Folks’ Library for School and Home. Pictorial cloth, including vignette of native surf-board rider, (that is, hard covers) 
THE PICTORIAL CABINET OF MARVELS
Frederick Warne & Co ND (c. 1898), London and New York, 1898.
hb. black-&-white illustrations (illustrator). 4to, pp. vi, 312.
An annual publication, primarily directed to young boys and men, with illustrated articles on ..., "Surf-Riding in Hawaii", 
THE ISLAND OF TAHITI.
Crossland, Cyril
Royal Geographical Society. London., 1928.
Extract JRGS. 233 x 145mm. pp28 + 11 plates with 3 maps and various illustrations in the text. 
A WINTER PASSAGE ROUND CAPE HORN, AND A VISIT TO THE MARQUESAS ISLANDS, BY HER MAJESTY'S SHIP IMOGENE
BRUCE. H W
 London, 1838. 29pp. A4.
Originally published in The Nautical Magazine in 1838.
Accounts of Marquesas, Tahiti, Hawaii & Pitcairn Is. 
Come Unto These Yellow Sands (pacific islands, Hawaii, Fji, Samoa, Tahiti et al.
Schenck, Earl
Indianapolis, IN Bobbs-Merrill Co, 1940.
The Further Venture Book.
MORDAUNT, E.
1926, 1926. Lond.(1926). 8vo. Or.cl. (XII,312,12pp.). With frontisp., title-vign., 15 full-page plates, text-illusts.by the author and fold. map.
NOTE: Refers to Tahiti and Fijian group of Islands.
Holiday In Hawaii: Nature In A Pacific Paradise
Burroughs, John
Century Magazine, Volume LXXXIV, No. 4, August, 1912.
The Century Company, NY, 1912.
- illustrated with 11 photographs,  include , a native indulging in his favorite sport of surfing or surf-riding,

Santa Claus at Waikiki
Gowan, Ida Clarice
The William-Frederick Press - NY, 1944.
Includes the songs "The Waves Kept Dancing" and On My Surf Board"
Mad Morning Moonlight of Hawaii
Fay, Dorothy
Los Gatos, 1932.
Contains 4 plates from photos with frontis of Surf Riding at Waikiki. 
Pictured Geography of Hawaii in Story and Picture.
Hanry, Marguerite.
Albert Whitman and Comany, Chicago, 1946.
 Jacket shows surfer and pineapples. One of the illustrations also shows a surfer and outrigger canoe.
The Hotspur (COMIC) No. 712. July 1st 1950. FRONT COVER: The Surf Board Spearman to the Rescue
D. C. Thomson, London, 1950
Original Sheet Music for the Song ÒWhen You Come Back.Ó Words and Music by Hiram B.K. AnaHu
ANAHU, HIRAM B.K.
Honolulu, HI Oscar U. Hyatt 1925, 1925. First Edition.
The front cover is illustrated with a graphic drawing of a Hawaiian land and sea scape with two black & white photographs of a man posed with a ukulele and the other of him in a swimming outfit standing in front of his beautifully decorated long board surf board.
Lovely Lorne: The Pearl of the Southern Ocean
Gates, Rev. A.C.F. and Beaurepaire, Mr. Frank
(Melbourne: Peacock Bros. for The Lorne Progress Association: no date) Suggest 1920s as reference to the Soldiers' Memorial mentions 'a reserve in the making' (p. 57).
Pictorial wrappers, including a sketch of surf-boards riders, (that is, flexible covers) pp. 64 (108 x 174 mm)
Bondi the Beautiful
no author
Sydney: Printed by F.E. Moore, produced by Gordon and Gotch Advertising Service Under instructions of the Waverley Municipal Council: December, 1929
 Includes photographic illustration of ‘Surf Board Riding at Bondi’., 1929.
The Boys Own Annual. Volume LII
Pocklington, Geoffrey R. Editor
London, England : "Boys Own Paper" Office., 1930.
Bound in blue cloth with black and cream embossed picture of two boys on a surf board to front.
THE LITERARY DIGEST
Editors: Literary Digest
Funk & Wagnalls, New York, 1915. Book Condition: Very Good. Issue of April 24, 1915
the historic photo of the inventor and his "motor surf board", a surf board power assisted by bicycle pedals, on the beach at San Pedro, California. 
THE HIDDEN TREASURE AND OTHER FRAGMENTS.
B, .
Selwyn & Blount, Ld., London, 1928. First Edition. Hardback., 1928. 8vo. pp 112.
Frontis and 12 Illustrations by Jane Thorley. Preface by Lord Napier of Magdala reveals that the author is a ‘Rancher’ in Australia who has travelled extensively in East Africa and the Dominions.
Longish essay on Honolulu with illustration of surf-riders, also ‘the origins of the boomerang’ 
The Clash of Culture and the Contact of Races: An Anthropological and Psychological study of the Laws of Racial Adaptability, with special reference to the Depopulation of the Pacific and the Government of Subject Races
Pitt-Rivers, George Henry Lane-Fox
George Routledge & Sons, London, 1927.
Includes a couple of paragraphs and 1 illustration on surf riding at Waikiki Beach.

Two Years in Southern Seas
Cameron, Charlotte
T. Fisher Unwin (1923), London, 1923.
Includes a couple of paragraphs and 1 illustration on surf riding at Waikiki Beach.
HAWAII BY A TOURIST
HARLOW,S.Grace
West Coast publishing 1928,Verso, LA,CA, 1928. HARDCOVER. Glossy Photos,LANE cover art (illustrator).
.photo of diamond head & "surf boarding" "surf Canoeing", page 16
Cover of: Under Hawaiian skies by Albert Pierce Taylor
Under Hawaiian skies
a narrative of the romance, adventure and history of the Hawaiian Islands
by Albert Pierce Taylor.
Published 1922 by Advertiser publishing company, ltd. in Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands .

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 Hawaii today
    Wriston, Roscoe C., 1895-
    [ Book, Article : 4 versions : 1926 ]
    Keywords: Hawaii - Description and travel; hawaii; history

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THROUGH THE PHILIPPINES AN HAWAII (1926)
 

Author: FRANK G.CARPENTER
Publisher: DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & COMPANY

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The paradise of the Pacific / by John T. Faris 1929


 Tongan society / by Edward Winslow Gifford
    Gifford, Edward Winslow, 1887-1959
    [ Book : 6 versions : 1929-1985 ]
    Keywords: Ethnology - Tonga.; Tonga - Social life and customs.; Tonga - Ethnology.
 Di Ha?ayi Inzlen / fun S. Borensh?eyn
    S. Borensh?eyn 1886-
    [ Book : 1931 ]
    Keywords: Natural history -- Hawaii.; Hawaii -- Description and travel.
 Hawaii and the South Seas : a guide book with maps / by Elizabeth Walker in collaboration with Jeanette Spiess
    Walker, Elizabeth
    [ Book : 2 versions : 1931 ]
    Keywords: Hawaii - Guidebooks.; Oceania - Guidebooks.
 Facts and figures of Hawaii
    Armstrong, Louise B
    [ Book : 2 versions : 1933 ]
    Keywords: Hawaii - Description and travel - Guide-books.; Hawaii - Guidebooks.; Hawaii - Description and travel.
 Hawaii and its people / by Lorna H. Jarrett
    Jarrett, Lorna Hooleia
    [ Book : 2 versions : 1933 ]
    Keywords: Hawaii - Description and travel.; Hawaii - Occupations.
 The races of mankind
an introduction to Chauncey Keep Memorial Hall
by Henry Field -- Preface by Berthold Laufer -- Introduction by Sir Arthur Keith -- 9 plates in photogravure and 1 plan of the Hall.
Published 1933 by Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago

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 Heads and tales / by Malvina Hoffman
    Hoffman, Malvina, 1887-1966
    [ Book : 4 versions : 1936-1943 ]
    Keywords: Biography.; Field Museum of Natural History. Chauncey Keep Memorial Hall.; Field Museum of Natural History

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[Logbook of the Rousseau (Bark) out of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Charles S. Pope, kept by Edward J.R. Selby on voyage 17 Oct. 1853-5 July 1857] - Rousseau (Bark); Selby, Edward J. R., logkeeper
Log, kept by Edward J.R. Selby, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans, and Okhotsk Sea; 1853 Oct. 17-1857 July 3; Includes descriptions of types of whales seen or taken, accidents and death at sea, indigenous people, punishment, rescues, and children on ship; and whale stamps and accounts. Other places represented include Tumbes, Maui, Hawaii Island, Lahaina, and Guam; Repository also has microfilm of the log (Reel 258); Whaling vessel, out of New Bedford, Mass...
Keywords: Pope, Charles S; G. & M. Howland (New Bedford Mass.); Children and the sea; Indiginous peoples; Marine accidents; Punishment; Rescues; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling Masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Guam--Description and travel; Hawaii Island (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Lahaina (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Maui (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Tumbes (Peru)--Description and travel; Accounts; Crew list; Illustrations; Logbooks; G
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[Logbook of the Eliza F. Mason (Ship) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Nathaniel H. Jernegan, kept by Orson F. Shattuck, on voyage from 2 Dec. 1853-10 Apr. 1857] - Eliza F. Mason (Ship); Shattuck, Orson F., logkeeper
Partial log, kept by Orson F. Shattuck, relating to a whaling voyage to the South Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans and Okhotsk Sea; 1853 Dec. 2-1856 Nov. 30; Includes descriptions of whales
Keywords: Jernegan, Nathaniel; Isaac Howland, Jr. & Company (New Bedford, Mass.); Bowhead whale; Children and the sea; Collisions and the sea; Cruelty; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Humpback whale; Indigineous peoples; Marine accidents; Medicine, Naval; Punishment; Right whales; Sperm whale; Seafaring life; Ship captains' spouses; Ships--Fires and fire prevention; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whalers (Persons); Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Women and the sea; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Guam--Description and travel; Hakodate-shi (Japan)--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Juan Fernâandez Islands--Description and travel; Maui (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Oahu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Point Hope (Alaska)--Description and travel; South Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; South China Sea--Description and travel; Valparaâiso (Chile)--Description and travel; Crew lists; Logbooks; Isaac Howland, Jr
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[Logbook of the Niagara (Ship) of Fairhaven, Mass., mastered by Benjamin Clough, on voyage from 9 Oct. 1851-17 Feb. 1854] - Niagara (Ship)
Log, keeper unknown, relating to a whaling voyage to the South Atlantic, North Pacific, and Arctic oceans and Okhotsk Sea; 1851 Oct. 10-1854 Feb. 16; Includes descriptions of types of whales (blackfish, bowhead, finback, gray, hump
Keywords: Church, Nathan, shipowner; Clough, Benjamin, 1819-1889; Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Humpback whale; Ice--Arctic regions; Killer whale; Marine accidents; Mutiny; Punishment; Rescues; Right whales; Seafaring life; Seals (Animals); Ships--Fires and fire prevention; Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--Fairhaven; Whaling masters; Aitutaki Atoll (Cook Islands)--Description and travel; Amsterdam Island (Terres australes et antarctiques franôcaises)--Description and travel; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Guam--Description and travel; Halmahera (Indonesia)--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Lahaina (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Martin Vaz Islands (Brazil)--Description and travel; North Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Rarotonga (Cook Islands)--Description and travel; South Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Valparaâiso (Chile)--Description and travel; Illustrations; Logbooks


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[Logbook of the Betsey Williams (Ship) of Stonington, Conn., mastered by Gilbert Pendleton, kept by Gilbert Pendleton, on voyage from 1851 July 23-1854 April 20] - Betsey Williams (Ship); Pendleton, Gilbert, logkeeper
Log, kept by John R. Collins, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic Oceans and Okhotsk Sea; 1851 July 23-1854 April 20; Inc
Keywords: Pendleton, Gilbert; Williams, Charles P. (Charles Phelps); Blue whale; Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Humpback whale; Killer whale; Marine accidents; Medicine, Naval; Right whales; Sperm whale; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whale oil; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--Fairhaven; Whaling masters; Whaling masters--Health and hygiene; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Bering Strait--Description and travel; Brava (Cape Verde)--Description and travel; Faial Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Flores Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Lahaina (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Maui (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Rarotonga (Cook Islands)--Description and travel; Santa Cruz de Graciosa (Azores)--Description and travel; Society Islands (French Polynesia)--Description and travel; Tahiti--Description and travel; Valparaâiso (Chile)--Description and travel; Logbooks
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[Logbook of the Adeline (ship) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by John P. Carr, kept by William Peets, on voyage 21 Sept. 1850-13 June 1853] - Adeline (Ship); Peets, William, logkeeper
Partial log, kept by William Peets, relating to a whaling voyage to the North Pacific Ocean; 1850 Sept. 20-1851 Aug. 20; Includes descriptions of types of whales seen or taken, accidents and death at sea, and mutiny. Other places represented include Faial and Oahu; Repository also has microfilm of the log (Reel 273); Contains the names of vessels and masters spoken throughout the voyage; Whaling vessel, out of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by John P...
Keywords: Carr, John P; Isaac Howland, Jr. & Company (New Bedford, Mass.); Marine accidents; Mutiny; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Faial (Azores)--Description and travel; North Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Oahu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Logbooks; Isaac Howland,

THE LITERARY DIGEST
Editors: Literary Digest
Funk & Wagnalls, New York, 1915. Book Condition: Very Good. Issue of April 24, 1915 complete. Complete with the 2 page centre spread by Coles Phillips for Overland and the historic photo of the inventor and his "motor surf board", a surf board power assisted by bicycle pedals, on the beach at San Pedro, California.
Athletic Sports from "The Out of Door Library series"
Whigham H.J. & Others
Charles Scribner s and Sons, New York, 1897. First Edition. 8vo. xiii, 318 p original cloth binding.
Profusely illustrated with b & w drawings. Includes chapters on lawn tennis, bicycling, golf, surfing, and more. 
The School Friend Annual 1945

Fleetway House, 1944. 4to annual, assumedly only printing, illus boards showing haystack rest time
coloured frontis showing two girls surfing behind boy swimmers
DIE HAWAII-INSELIN Und Deren Ananas-Kulture. The Hawaii Islands - Pinapple Cultivation. Original Photograph Album
Smidt & HagensSmidt & Hagens, Hamburg, Germany, 1900.
Photo Album with Silk Ties, Oblong Quarto. Illustrated with 18 Original Photographs 9'' by 7'' pasted to boards. Subjects include Pineapple Growing (7) showing Plantations and Workers, Hawaiian Topography, Surfing etc etc. Most likely produced to encourage investment ( Del Monte). 

Pictured Geography of Hawaii in Story and Picture.
Hanry, Marguerite.
Albert Whitman and Comany, Chicago, 1946
Jacket shows surfer and pineapples. One of the illustrations also shows a surfer and outrigger canoe.
Delightful pre-statehood children's book on the Hawaiian Islands. 
Where the Surfers are: A Guide to the World's Great Surfing Spots
Dixon, Peter L.
Coward, McCann, NY, 1968. 
Children of Hawaii
Alida Visscher Shinn
David McKay Company, Philadelphia, 1939. Hard Cover.
Interesting early surfing picture. 

The Hawaiian Souvenir Playing Cards. HAWAII)
Wall, Nichols Co., Honolulu, 1901. Complete set of 52 cards
Though copyrighted in 1901, the presences of famed surfer and swimmer Duke Kahanamoku on one of the cards indicates a later date (probably circa 1915). Besides Duke, there are pictures of Hula girls, surfing at Diamond Head, the Moana Hotel at Waikiki, Queen Liliuokalani and other royalty, Haleiwa Hotel and more.
Holiday In Hawaii: Nature In A Pacific Paradise
Burroughs, John
The Century Company, NY, 1912.  illustrated with 11 photographs
Century Magazine, Volume LXXXIV, No. 4, August, 1912.
Illustrations include a group of native boys ready to dive for coins in Honolulu Harbor, a private roadway of royal palms in Honolulu, a native indulging in his favorite sport of surfing or surf-riding

Westways, Vol. 32, No. 8, August 1940
Hanna, Phil Townsend
 The Automobile Club of Southern California, 1940
"Salamanders of the Sea and Sun" (surfing San Onofre)
Westways, Vol. 32, No. 11, November 1940
 The Automobile Club of Southern California, 1940
Cover by Tanner Conner. 34 pp. richly illustrated with articles. Issue includes "Salamanders of the Sea and Sun" (surfing San Onofre);


Westways, Vol. 28, No. 7, July 1936
 The Automobile Club of Southern California, 1936.
Hanna, Phil Townsend
Issue includes: "Lessons in Surfing for Everyman"
More Hawaiian Folk Tales. A collection of Native Legends and Traditions. Bound with Hawaiian Place Names
Thrum, Thomas G. Compiler
A.C. McClurg and Co, Chicago, 1923.
This pamphlet consists of dictionary style entries giving place names (in Hawaiian) with their English meanings and locations, for locations around Hawaii. The main book contains many folk tales from Hawaii, as well as several black and white photos depicting landscapes and people. One image of a surfing contest is present.
Holiday In Hawaii: Nature In A Pacific Paradise
Burroughs, John
he Century Company, NY, 1912. Unbound. Book Condition: Good. 8vo. 16pp extract, printed in double columns, illustrated with 11 photographs, water-staining at page bottoms, salvaged from a damaged issue of Century Magazine, Volume LXXXIV, No. 4, August, 1912. Illustrations include a group of native boys ready to dive for coins in Honolulu Harbor, a private roadway of royal palms in Honolulu, a native indulging in his favorite sport of surfing or surf-riding
Diary of One Month in Honolulu.
Yates, Katherine M.
Hinolulu: The Hawaii Promotion Committee, n.d., 1910s, 1910.
of course a magnificent time is had, even a month is not long enough to enjoy all the attractions and husband Jack really takes to surfing; the author is better known a writer of children's books.
Westways, Vol. 28, No. 7, July 1936
Hanna, Phil Townsend
The Automobile Club of Southern California, 1936.
Issue includes:  "Lessons in Surfing for Everyman"
Westways, Vol. 32, No. 11, November 1940
 Issue include: "Salamanders of the Sea and Sun" (surfing San Onofre);
The Automobile Club of Southern California, 1940.
PICTURESQUE AUSTRALIA
Melbourne: Australian National Travel Association.1930.
Holiday In Hawaii: Nature In A Pacific Paradise
Burroughs, John
salvaged from a damaged issue of Century Magazine, Volume LXXXIV, No. 4, August, 1912. Illustrations include a group of native boys ready to dive for coins in Honolulu Harbor, a private roadway of royal palms in Honolulu, a native indulging in his favorite sport of surfing or surf-riding, 
HAWAII BY A TOURIST
HARLOW,S.Grace
West Coast publishing 1928,Verso, LA,CA, 1928. HARDCOVER. Glossy Photos,LANE cover art (illustrator). 1st Editio?. Biography 5x7" WhiteHardcover 201pg To Spine DJ. Being the account of a trip by steamship LASSCO FLEET CATAWAHII fascinating to read.ISLAND HISTORY,CULTURE .end of book has photo advert photo of author. .about 11 lines in text are yellow hilited long ago. .photo of diamond head & "surf boarding" "surf Canoeing"
The Photo-Miniature (August 1905): Marine and Surf Photography
Photography) Tennent, John A. (ed.)
Tennant and Ward, NY, 1905. Wrappers. Slightly oversized blue wrappers printed in black. Volume VI No. 71 (issue of August 1905), sequential pagination 573-626 plus several pages of ads front and rear. Illustrated with monochrome photoplates featuring sea- and shore-scapes. 
Surf: a Summer Interlude
Wright, Saul
Fords, Howard & Hulbert, NY, 1881. 218 pages followed by publisher's ads, 8vo, yellow ochre cloth with black titles and surf illustration (signed N. W. Troy), 
Trade Winds
Tipton, Frances
1930. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Cream cover with black lettering. [4]+5-48p,tip. Four line presentation ink on Tp dated dec 25 1936 by author. Fourteen tipped in plates from photographs. 2" x 3 1/2". Printed by Moore Brothers Compton Calif. Four poems appeared in Paradise of the Pacific Magazine and one in Prism Magazine. Early view of surfer with poem titled The Surf Rider. A total of thirty-four poems.1/4" fray on top left corner front edge. Interior fine. comes in small box with duplicate cover title. Box has split corners and edge tear at corner. Scarce. Signed by Author. Privately Printed.
THE HIDDEN TREASURE AND OTHER FRAGMENTS.
B, .
Selwyn & Blount, Ld., London, 1928. First Edition. Hardback., 1928. 8vo. pp 112. Frontis and 12 Illustrations by Jane Thorley. Preface by Lord Napier of Magdala reveals that the author is a ‘Rancher’ in Australia who has travelled extensively in East Africa and the Dominions. Longish essay on Honolulu with illustration of surf-riders, also ‘the origins of the boomerang’ , kangaroos, aborigines and ‘Two Emigrants in Kenya.’ 
Australia and the Islands of the Sea
Kellogg, Eva M.C.
Edited by Larkin Dunton. (Boston: Silver, Burdett and Company: 1898) The World and its People Book VIII, which is Vol. 12 in The Young Folks’ Library for School and Home. Pictorial cloth, including vignette of native surf-board rider, (that is, hard covers) pp. ii, 448, 2 publisher’s advertisements. Maps. Index., 1898. 
The Boys Own Annual. Volume LII
Pocklington, Geoffrey R. Editor
London, England : "Boys Own Paper" Office., 1930.
864 pages illustrated throughout with black and white drawings and some black and white photographs. Runs from October 1929 to 1930. Bound in blue cloth with black and cream embossed picture of two boys on a surf board to front. 
Feet Of Clay (Photoplay Edition)
Tuttle, Margaretta
Grosset & Dunlap New York (1923), 1923.
The Photoplay edition with 7 internal stills from the Paramount Picture- Cecil B DeMille film starring Rod La Rocque, Julia Faye, Robert Edeson, Vera Reynolds, and Ricardo Cortez.
One still shows the players "lowering the surf boards and getting ready for the race"
The Spell of the Hawaiian Islands and the Philippines
Anderson, Isabel
he Page Company, Boston, 1917.

In Aloha Land: Intimate Notes on Hawaii [article in Sunset, August 1916].
Mayhew, Katherine P.
Woodhead, Field & Company., San Francisco., 1916. Staple Bound. Book Condition: Good. Staplebnd 4to. Issue also includes two color illustrations, "The Surf Riders" (on the cover) and "The Pa-u Rider."
Mad Morning Moonlight of Hawaii
Fay, Dorothy
Los Gatos, 1932.
Contains 4 plates from photos with frontis of Surf Riding at Waikiki. Glossary of Hawaiian words commonly used.
Printed in San Francisco by Victor F. Pollak Co Fay nee Anna Chandler Lindholm. 
Round the Wonderful World
Mitton, G. E., Illustrated by Forest, A. S.
London: T. C. & E. C. Jack, 1914, London, 1914. 
Bondi the Beautiful
no author
Sydney: Printed by F.E. Moore, produced by Gordon and Gotch Advertising Service Under instructions of the Waverley Municipal Council: December, 1929)
Includes photographic illustration of ‘Surf Board Riding at Bondi’., 1929.
HISTORY OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS AND HINTS TO TRAVELLERS VISITING THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Davey Photographic Co. Ltd.
 Honolulu, 1899.
Four halftone plates (two are composites of images, one with a tiny shot of a Hawaiian on shore sporting a surf-board).
STOWAWAYS IN PARADISE,Two Boy Adventurers in Hawaii
BLANDING,Don (SIGNED BY AUTHOR)
Cosmopolitan Pub 1931tp & verso, New York, 1931.
Decorated cover art shows surfer boy on back of long board.Decorated eps show swimmers in water page 44-45 double page (centerfold) illustration showing 2 boys in wave.1 boy ahead of curl."The Board started to Toboggan Down the Green Surface". several other full & double page art thru out volume. .Long ink note " To My Friend GERALD,Aloha & I hope some day you get to go to Pua's and Mickey's homeland,you'll like it.Don Blanding, 1934."
.COVER SHOWS BOY IN SILOUETTE RIDING BLUE WAVE AGAINST RED BALL BACKGROUND SUN. VERY NICE. Bookseller Inventory # MAIN013792I
Lovely Lorne: The Pearl of the Southern Ocean
Gates, Rev. A.C.F. and Beaurepaire, Mr. Frank
Melbourne: Peacock Bros. for The Lorne Progress Association: no date)
Suggest 1920s as reference to the Soldiers' Memorial mentions 'a reserve in the making' (p. 57).
Pictorial wrappers, including a sketch of surf-boards riders, (that is, flexible covers) pp. 64 (108 x 174 mm). Illustrated with photos from 'Rose' stereographs., 1920.

Bromley, George Tisdale
THE LONG AGO AND THE LATER ON: or Recollections of Eighty Years.
A.M. Robertson, San Francisco, 1904.
Bromley's autobiography, written at the age of 87, comprises stories of his steamboating days, a railroad trip to China, packet and merchant ship service, travels in the western states, a trip to Hawaii, &c.

Wilder, Marshall P.
Smiling 'Round the World
Funk & Wagnalls, 1908. 

Daniel D. Bidwell
As Far as the East is From the West: Tales of a Traveler Who Toured the World Toward the Rising Sun
S.S. Scranton & Company, Hartford, CT, 1910.
Yokohama to Honolulu; The Paradise of the Pacific; Home Again.
38 black-and-white photographic illustrations and 8 maps of the Cleveland's (ship) course.

Howe , E. W. (Edgar Watson).
Daily notes of a trip around the world. Vol. I: Hawaii, Japan, China, the Philippines, Ceylon.
Topeka, KS: Crane & Co. 1909.

McMahon, P. Maurice
FROM FAIR HAWAIILAND.
Mercantile Printing Co., Honolulu, 1910.

Capt. Wyn Roosevelt
The Frontier Boys in Hawaii or the Mystery of the Hollow Mountain
Platt & Peck co., New York, 1909.
Henry Seidel Canby and John Baker Opdycke:
Good English, 1918.
Youngsters in period-apparel atop surfboards, possibly Glen Baxter.
Spiele Ul111 Vergniigullgen.

Die alten Hawaiier batten zahlreiche g).mnastische unu Gesell- schafts-Spiele, die sie nicht sowohl aus Neigung zurn Sport selbst, als anch der darnit verbwldenen 'Vetten ,vegen betrieben, ,velche en1en ganz besonderen Reiz anf sie ausiibten. In der That pfiegten Manner und Frauen oft ihr gauzes Besitzthum auf den Erfolg der von ihnen begfulStigten Kan1pfer oder Spieler zu setzen, und BelteD endeten die Wettkampfe ohne heftigen Streit unter den ,vettenden Znschauenl.
Unter den gymnastischen SpieleD stand der Fau8tkampf als beliebtester Nationalsport obenan. Fiir ihn gaIteD teste Regeln, deren Befolgung von besonderen Schiedsrichtern fiberwacht wlIrde. Als Kampfer traten Manner aIlS verschiedenen Distlikten odet Fiirsten- tl1Umenl auf. Eine aus vielen rl'ausenden bestehende Menge folgte dem 'Vettkampfe mit gespanntester Aufmerksamkeit. Haufig blieb der Besiegte todt alu dem Kampfplatze liegen, und der rnit Jubel- geschrei begriisste Sieger forderte neue Gegner heraus, bis auch er yon einem fiberlegenen "~idersacher luedergeschlageu wurde.
'Veniger gefahrlich ,varell die ebenfalls sehr beliebten Ring- karnpfe und 'Vettlltufe, in denen die Hawaiier erne grosse Aus- dauer entfalteten.
Besonders aufregend gesta1tete sich del' "holua"-Spol't, der im Hinabglei~n alU glatten schlittenful'Inigen Brettern an steil en Hiigeln bestand. Nach einem ge,valtigen ~-\nlanf ,varfen sich die Kanakell yom fiber in horizontaler Lage auf die Schlittell und l'asten den steilen .-\bhang oft tausend Meter ,veit hinunter, beyor sie Halt machtell. 'Ver zuel'St die Ebene en-eichte, hatte gewonnen.
Die Kanaken lieben das Meer fiber ~illes; es giebt kaUlll ge- ,vandtere und unerschrockenere Sch,vimmer und Taucher als jene ltlsulaner, welche im Kampfe mit den Gefahren des Wassel'S yon ~iemandem an Au.~dauer eITeicht ,verden konnen. Illr Lieblingssport nn Meere bestand im Brandungs-Sch"immen, und noch heute wit'd dies yon beiden Geschlechtern mit Vorliebe betrieben. :\lit einem z,vei Meter langeu und einen halben Meter breiten, glatt polirten Brett, sch,vimmen sie weit hinaus in die See, tauchen mIter die
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ihnen entgegenkomrnenden Wellen, bis sie die Grenze der Brandungs- ,vellen erreicht hateD. Dann legen sie sich mit dem Gesicht c n8ch unten auf das Brett und warteD die hochsten Brandnngswellen ;i;~ ab, auf deren Kimmen reitend sie mit Windeseile nach der Kiiste :t",
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Games Vergniigullgen Ul111.
The ancient Hawaiians numerous debates g). Mnastische unu company nomic games that they are not operated both by inclination occasion of his sport itself, as the ankh Darnit verbwldenen 'Vetten, vegen, velche en1en special charm she anf ausiibten. In fact pfiegten men and women often put their possessions on the success of the gauzes begfulStigten of them Kan1pfer or players, and belted the Wettkampfe ended without violent dispute among the 'vette Znschauenl ends.
Among the gymnastic SpieleD was the Fau8tkampf at the top as the most popular national sport. Fiir him gaited most rules, the observance of special referees fiber wakes wlIrde. As camphor were men AILS different Distlikten on odet princes-tl1Umenl. One consisting of many rl'ausenden crowd followed the 'Vettkampfe with team closest attention. Often remained the vanquished dead lie alu the field of battle, and with the jubilant shouting begriisste winner challenged new opponent until he was idersacher luedergeschlageu yon a fiber superior "~.
'Veniger dangerous, Varell also the very popular ring and karnpfe'. Vettlltufe in which the Hawaiians erne deployed large off permanently
Particularly exciting is del '"Holua" Spol't that the Downward slide ~ n alUMInIUM smooth schlittenful'Inigen boards gesta1tete steeply s Hiigeln existed. After a ge, valtigen ~ - nlanf \, the Kanakell yom fiber varfen horizontally on the Schlittell and l'asten steep -. \ Bhang many thousand feet, veit down, they stop machtell Beyor. 'Ver zuel'St the plane en-eichte, had won.
The wogs love the sea fiber ~ illes, there are kaUlll ge-, and vandtere unerschrockenere Sch Vimmer and divers than those ltlsulaner which can verden in the struggle with the dangers of Wassel'S yon at Au ~ ~ iemandem duration eITeicht.. ILLR favorite sport nn seas existed in immense Surf Sch ", and today it wit'd yon both sexes preferred to operate. Lit \ az, vei langeu meter and a half feet wide, smooth, polished board, sh, she vimmen far out to sea, the diving Miter
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them entgegenkomrnenden waves until they reach the limit of the Surf, vellen reached HATED. Then they lie down with my face c n8ch down on the board and the highest Warted Brandnngswellen; i; ~ from riding on their rear sights they like wildfire after Kiiste: t "
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~-\uf eiller 800 Meter langen nnd einen Meter breiten Bahn "'tn'de ein beliebtes Kngelspiel )[aika mit rnndgescllliffenen Steinen gespielt, Es kam darauf an, dieselben moglichst weit zn rolleD und sie gleich- zeitig durch einen etwa 10 cm breiten, mit ~vei Pfiihlen bezeichneten Raum zu senden,
Ausser diesen gJ'Ulnastischen SpieleD kannten die Ha,vaiier mehrere Gesellschaftsspiele, yon denen das interessanteste eine Art Schach- spiel "konane" war, ,velch~o; auf einem in Felder getheilten Brette mit weissen und schwarzen Steinen gespielt wurde, Ein sehr beliebtes Spiel ,var das, "puhenebene", bei welchem ein Gegenstaud von Einigen der Anwesenden versteckt und yon Anderen gesucht wurde. Sogar Hahnenkampfe sind in miherer Zeit auf Ha,vaii ver- anstaltet ,vorden. AllSserdem gab es mehrere Spiele, wie "kiln" Imd "ume", welche des Nachts mId in wenig sittlicher Weise aufgefiilll1 ,vul'llen. -
Die alten Ha,vaiier batten nm' ,venige nnd sehr einfache Musik- instrumente. Ein guitarrenartiges Instrument atls Banlbusbolz mit drei aus Kokosfasenl gedI-ebten Saiten, ,vclche nach Quart-Intervallen gestimmt waren, diente ZW" BegleitUllg der Gesnnge. Die letzteren ,varen recht eintonig, sie bewegten sich eigentlich our in drei ver-
1schiedenen Noten, die jedoch mit besonders ausgepriigtem Rhythmus
gesuogen ,\"Urden. Eine aus Bambusroh.' gearbeitete Nasenflole ge- stat tete nur zwei '!'one zu blasen, mId drei verschiedene Arten yon
-Paukell, die aus Holz, Kokosnuss oder Kiirbis hergestellt WId mit Haifischhaut bezogen waren, dienten zur eintonigen BegleitUllg der Gesiinge oder Tiinze. Bei den letzteren kamen noch kleine castag- nettenartige IIlStrurnente zur Venvendung, die atlS Kiirbissen verfertigt und mit Steinchen gefiillt ,varen, um wahrend der THoze klappelllde GeliLtlSChe zu vemrsachen.
Das ,vareo die Instl"tllDeote der alten Hawaiier. Hetlte spielt die )Iusik eine wesentliche WId vortheilhaft "irkende Rolle im Leben der Kanaken, deren rnusikaIische Begabung allSSer Frage steht. Die meisten Eingebort?nen konnen singeD oder zum Gesang auf der ~[an- doline WId Gtritarre lJegleiten. Es giebt sogar eine grfissere Zahl hawaiischer Lieder, deren' Melodien zorn Theil originell sind. Fast aile tragen einen erotischen und sch,vermiithigen Charakter. SellJst in den Liebesliedern ist wenig ,"on deDI leichten Blute zu rnerkent welches dw'Ch die ~'\dern jeoer hannlosen nnd stets heiteren Nator- kinder rollt, die beim Sprechen lachen aber beim SingeD klagen. '\"enn der Vollmond am nachtlichen Himmel steht und mit seinen in jen.:r reineD ~-\tmosphiire nur wenig gesch,vachten Strahlen die u'Opisclle




Men are fond of another year, which requires strength and flexibility uncommon.
Equipped with a solid board six feet long and two wide, very smooth, and carefully oiled, specially designed for these

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sports, they enter the ocean surf pushing before them their piece of wood up to a distance of half a mile, and then ceasing to swim icts stretch a flat on the board and suddenly, as if moved by a spring stand standing with arms extended,
balance, sometimes held on the crest of the waves, rolling in the hollow blade.
They speed  back to the beach at the speed of a gaIloping horse .
DSL do for any clothing that Ie malo, flap Grows tied around his waist to take their flesh dripping sun glints of gold,
board that supports disappears under the foam, and it is a strange sight to see these men supported on the water by a
invisible power.


 C is £ Ie Saturday he aut see these gentlemen and ladies in their finery cooler, necklaces and re-colored tones retomhant. on the shirt floating aunt and Ics r rncieux greetings,] he smiles dis-V) "3nt white teeth like rows of pcrles over 1'0)" burnished I'eclnt and mobility immenscs eyes, parcils has animated flowers. In more than ever villc has an air of party; Iharche and the adjacent streets open out ffroupes riv-rig, and all the day on, Ie path 'Vai'kiki, the universe of I'tle carrossahle floor that is hindrance of walkers, riders and vehicles.
"T alkiki cst small villar, e plant in the coconut bolu sea iI the basis of Cap Diamant favorite living former chiefs, whose memory is perpetuated by Ie leg desi old trees still under-tains nujourd'hui Ie name of Bois du Roi; their shadows r, falling home to some huts,

of plrogues reversed, nets drying on poles, the whole fortune of five or six pecbeurs. However, several residents of Honolulu, strikes the advantages of position, have ele-pupil Gloves wooden cottages with verandahs overlooking Sul "sea oil jls live part of the year. Plilge The sandy gives toutc swimmers safety, a coral reef a flower water inter-called shark approach. \ Vaoikiki is an object of frequent walk-TRCS of crews and especially. riders, especially after I silmcIli in-noon, when business is ter-mined. foreigners go there in their
Buggy menu commc araicnee a thread car ~ t hitch from American or leg mounted on small horses of the country. But it kind of sport is chosen by preference lcs natives, that / iy excellent. The Ha, love v3iens mount a horse he enters cctte ° passion something of curios admirati ite, 'e that eprou-vcrent their aoieux a view of the first specimen of the equine race by any Navir; nteurs anclais. Women especially are intrepid, trust-larly camped on the high saddle mexicnine, not seated a) European fashion, but astride their mounts, they diricent with enercie toutc men. the elcBantes
wear an outfit for this special year,

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hamlet in the junr, the, at the meeting point of two paths, the "amount of Ia Ia sea drill, the other winding of Ia Ie lonFi rating. II there should not paved avenues cbercher IES, IES resi-dencies sumptuous movement Ie, Ie noise Ho. noloIu; ever vehicle has rolled in IES barely leveled two streets lined with hedges invasive, there's pent circulate I'tle horse or litter . Foreigners, Fire nomhreux still remain mostly in their plantation several miles from the village., also houses worthy of the name are they strong Rarest Almost all leshabitations hidden under the date palms, palms and bamboos, either edge of the rivierc Ia or near sea soul huts of straw or branches intertwined with leg owners in the country-rants, simply just live the day on the day, carefree, happy as fish in water. comparison is all the more true it applies to a people amphibious
...
all these people the passing hain good moltle their existence and they swim plo ~ r ent sa115 never learned instinctively;} of 1iige] e softer, their favorite game is crazy it: itrer foot waterfalls, or 11 receive 'oir of Ia Ie CBOC blade.
Walluku the river, after a course of Flu "unruly passes a final level and pre-precipitates in I'Ocean at the bottom of a yearsc profondc.

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Everywhere, rocks SUI]> lombent, and on both sides, leg loads Large trees parasitic plants lean over I'abime of oil mounts a fresh souffie the hottest hours of the day. The, morning to evening, children, youth £ ilies, take their antics. A narrow platform accede oil is crawling on the rur, o-sites Ia. Damp wall is Ie rendez.vous of intrepid divers. They are slow with installation provisions for the day, the gourds in. "i and flowers. EIIes rest there between two
bair, nades.
At times, we see them rise to the number of five or six, dressed in guirIandes, their long hair fluttering on the shirt hariolee, and to be placed on a ranr, born in the pre-cjpice. Then, casting a Grand cry eJles is eJanccnt by holding hand to reappear in the same order Ie, laughing, blinded, crown through leg falling on shoulders, appeIant their companions who were sitting thirty feet above the grassy terrace, Ie Huste forward, legs dangling, IES Observed!.
Men are fond of another year, one which requires little strength and flexibility com. ! Nudes. Equipped with a solid board six feet long and two wide, very smooth and carefully-oiled-ment, specially destiny cc Type Ii

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sports, they enter the sea when the surf. pushing them to their piece of wood until UOE distance of half a mile, and then the swim-ing, is allonr icts, ent it flat on the board and suddenly camille driven by a spring, stand upright, IES arms outstretched, in equilibrium, tant6t abducted on the crest of the waves, sometimes slippery areas in Ie hollow blade. The stream them back
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to the beach Ja speed of a horse (: IAPO. lilies have everything, 'etement Ie that "the / o-lam of heautiful Grows tied around his waist their flesh ruisse} antes are in solei ! golden reflections, the board that supports us so I disappear, foam, and it's a show Etran (e that these men supported on the water by an invisible power.
We did walk with a maqui (: jndi not (: ene. HETEs he has presented NONS out honne appearance: small flaw, but ardent, impetuous, they head fine, see Ie hock, ie shoe menu ie broad chest of the horse. Cali-Cornie, and will support an capahles lonG 'journey, paces by tau paths. a random, and test them, Ie Pouzot father Doug offers one trip up to the I cascade Arc-en-ciel, three leagues from Milo, on the river. trail is rugged, graves and cutting. hedges, and provide it to our horses i'occasion Cairo proven. An hour


JlA\VAI. 18'7
De toutes parts, les rochers suI]>lombent, et, des deux rives, leg Grands arbres charges de plantes parasites s'inclinent sur I'abime d'oil monte un souffie frais aux heures les plus chaudes du jour. La, du matin au soir, des enfants, des jeunes £illes, prennent leurs ebats. Une etroite plate- forme oil l'on accede en rampant sur les rur,o- sites de Ia .paroi humide, est Ie rendez.vous des plongeuses intrepides. Elles s'y instal lent avec des provisions pour la journee, les calebasses de po"i et des fleurs. EIIes s'y reposent entre deux
bair,nades.
Par moments, on les voit se lever au nombre de cinq ou six, parees de guirIandes, leurs lonGs cheveux flottant au vent sur la chemise hariolee, et venir se placer sur un ranr, au born du pre- cjpice. Puis, jetant un Grand cri, eJles s'eJanccnt en se tenant par la main, pour reparaitre dans Ie meme ordre, rieuses, aveuglees, la couronne de traverS tombant sur leg epaules, appeIant leurs compaGnes qui, assises trente pieds plus haut sur la terrasse Gazonnee, Ie huste en avant, les jambes pendantes, Ies observeD!.

Les hommes affectionnent un autre exercice, lequel exige une force et une souplesse peu communes.
Munis d'une planche solide de six pieds de long sur deux de large, tres-lisse et soigneusement huilee, specialement destinee a ce genre

188 ILES HA\V AI.
de sport, ils entrent dans la mer au moment du ressac poussant devant eux leur piece de bois jusqu'a une distance d'un demi-mille; puis, cessant de nager, its s'allongent a plat ventre sur la planche et soudain, comme mus par un ressort, se dressent debout, Ies bras etendus, en equilibre, tantot enleves sur la crete des vagues, tantot glissant dans Ie creux de la lame.
Le flot les ramene vers la plage a la vitesse d'un cheval au gaIop.
lIs n'ont pour tout vetement que Ie malo, lambeau d'etoffe noue autour des reins; leurs chairs ruisselantes prennent au soleil des reflets d'or, la planche qui les supporte disparait sous I' ecume, et c'est un spectacle etrange que celui de ces hommes soutenus sur les eaux par une puissance invisible.

Nous avons fait marche avec un maqui(:non jndi(:ene. Les hetes qu'il nons a presentees out honne apparence : de petite faille, mais ardentes, fougueuses, elles ont la tete fine, Ie jarret see, ie sabot menu, Ie large poitrail du cheval .de Cali- Cornie, et seront capahles de supporter un lonG' voyage, aux allures vives, par taus les chemins. A tout hasard, et pour les eprouver, Ie pere Pouzot DOUg propose one excursion jusqu 'a la cascade de I' Arc-en-ciel, a trois lieues de Milo, sur la riviere. Le sentier est raboteux, coupe de fosses et. de haies, et fournira it nos montures i'occasion de Caire leurs preuves. Une heure plus
 


SOCIOLOGY

Surfing: The Ultimate Guide (Hardback)
Douglas Booth
ABC-CLIO, United States, 2011.

Inside Maverick's: Portrait of a Monster Wave (Hardback)
Doug Acton, Bruce Jenkins
CHRONICLE BOOKS, United States, 2006.
Ron Church - California to Hawaii 1960 to 1965 (Hardback)
The Surfers' Journal, United States, 2012. 
Ron Church: Surf Contest (Hardback)
Brad Barrett
 T Adler,US, United States, 2006. 
Surfing for God: Discovering the Divine Desire Beneath Sexual Struggle
John M Cusick, Michael John Cusick
BRILLIANCE AUDIO, United States, 2012.
Backed by Scripture, Cusick uses examples from his own life and from his twenty years of counseling experience to show us how the pursuit of empty pleasure is really a search for our heart's deepest desire ? and the real key to resistance is discovering and embracing the joy we truly want. 
An Exploration of the Effectiveness of a Surf Camp Curriculum on Social Competence, Social Skills, and Self-Concept Changes of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. (Paperback)
Jiayun Zhuang, Lauren Katrina Cavanaugh
Proquest, Umi Dissertation Publishing, United States, 2011.
Beyond the Waves: Economic and Cultural Effects of the Global Surf Industry in El Tunco, El Salvador. (Paperback)
Briana Marie Iatarola
 Proquest, Umi Dissertation Publishing, United States, 2012.
Surfer Girls in the New World Order (Hardback)
Krista Comer
Duke University Press, United States, 2011.
The New Politics of Leisure and Pleasure (Hardback)
Palgrave MacMillan, United Kingdom, 2011.
Surfing Life: Surface, Substructure and the Commodification of the Sublime (Hardback)
Mark Stranger
Ashgate Publishing Group, United Kingdom, 2011.
Surfing and Social Theory (Hardback)
Nicholas J. Ford, David Brown
Taylor Francis Ltd, United Kingdom, 2005. 
The American Surfer: Radical Culture and Capitalism (Hardback)
Kristin Lawler
Taylor Francis Ltd, United Kingdom, 2010.
Surfing Corpus Christi and Port Aransas
Dan Parker, Michelle Christenson, Texas Surf Museum
Arcadia Publishing (SC), United States, 2010.
FICTION

Mystery on Maui (Paperback)
Carolyn Keene
SIMON SCHUSTER, United States, 1998.
Nancy, Bess, and George are on Maui to check out a major international surfing competition. But there's trouble in paradise--big money is at stake in the contest, and someone's playing a dirty game. 
LARRY AND THE UNDERSEA RAIDER.
Farley, Walter.
New York: Random House, (1942.), 1942. HC 1st ed - First printing.
An uncommon early book by the author of 'The Black Stallion' series. Set in Honolulu in the months leading up to the attack on Pearl Harbor, this combines the adventures of Larry Wilson, an American naval officer's son, learning to surf and making friends with a young Hawaiian, with the threat posed by an 'undersea raider' - a Japanese submarine.
Pictured Geography of Hawaii in Story and Picture.
Hanry, Marguerite.
Albert Whitman and Comany, Chicago, 1946
Jacket shows surfer and pineapples. One of the illustrations also shows a surfer and outrigger canoe. Delightful pre-statehood children's book on the Hawaiian Islands. Marguerite Henry is better known for her horse stories for girls

Lens of Hawaii : a Collection of 36 Original Scenic Photographs of Hawaii
C.q. Pang Division
C.Q. Pang Division Royal Hawaiian Distributing Co., Honolulu, Hawaii, 1942.
HAWAIIAN SURF RIDING (7 21/2"x 3" series)
WAIKIKI BEACH & DIAMOND HEAD, HONOLULU; SURFING & CANOEING AT WAIKIKI BEACH, HONOLULU;

Esquire, September, 1937.
Body-Surfing article
Vagabond Verse
Wade, Arthur
Brisbane, 1947.
Arthur Wade (1878-1951) was and Australian geologist for whom the mineral Wadeite is named after.
He died while surfing at Mermaid beach, Queensland.
Hawaiian Yesterdays
Myhre, Ethelyn
Knopf, N. Y., 1942. Hard Cover. First edition, stated. (56) pages, profusely illustrated with full-page block prints by the author,with surfing scene on the front cover.
Long Before Pearl Harbor A Brief History Of Hawaii
Armitage, George T.
Self Published, Hawaii, 1945.
Great illlustration of surfers.
Physical Culture, Vol. LXXX, No. 2, August 1938
MacFadden Publications
MacFadden Publications, 1938.
SURFING /SKURFING ILLUSTRATION FRONT COVER-
Westways, Vol. 28, No. 7, July 1936
Hanna, Phil Townsend
The Automobile Club of Southern California, 1936. Soft Cover. . 42pp. richly illustrated with articles.
. Issue includes:; "Lessons in Surfing for Everyman";"Salamanders of the Sea and Sun" (surfing San Onofre)
Children of the Sun in Hawaii
Li Ling-Ai
DC Heath, 1944. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fair. No Jacket. Children of the Sun in Hawaii, Li Ling-Ai, D.C. Heath & Company, 1944, 80p, hc no dj, boards bumped/scuffed, clean text, solid binding-- surfing cover
STOWAWAYS IN PARADISE,Two Boy Adventurers in Hawaii
BLANDING,Don
Cosmopolitan Pub 1931tp & verso, New York, 1931. HARDCOVER. Book Condition: VERY GOOD Condition. Author ilust,DECORATIONS (illustrator). 1st Edition. fiction 7x9"oversized Blue Clothbnd 233pg Stowaways Story. Decorated cover art shows surfer boy on back of long board.Decorated eps show swimmers in water page 44-45 double page (centerfold) illustration showing 2 boys in wave.1 boy ahead of curl."The Board started to Toboggan Down the Green Surface".

Bobby Breen in the film made from the book, "Hawaii Calls".


More Hawaiian Folk Tales. A collection of Native Legends and Traditions. Bound with Hawaiian Place Names
Thrum, Thomas G. Compiler
A.C. McClurg and Co, Chicago, 1923.
The main book contains many folk tales from Hawaii (with surf references), as well as several black and white photos depicting landscapes and people.
One image of a surfing contest is present.
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Diary of One Month in Honolulu.
Yates, Katherine M.
Hinolulu: The Hawaii Promotion Committee, n.d., 1910s, 1910. Book Condition: Fine. first edition, pocket size (13.5 cm. tall), 64 pp. but almost every other page is blank to record your own impressions; fine in original paper wrappers; of course a magnificent time is had, even a month is not long enough to enjoy all the attractions and husband Jack really takes to surfing; the author is better known a writer of children's books.

Panama Exposition Commission for the Territory of Hawaii, 1914
Length 32 pages
The New East Press, 12 Ichibeicho, Nichome, Azabu, Tokyo, ., 1917.
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Feet of Clay.
Tuttle, Margaretta.
Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1923. Hardback. 7.5" x 5". 368pp., plus ads. Red cloth, in dust wrapper. VG+ condition; nice VG+ jacket with a small bit of edge wear. Early printing. Uncommon in dust wrapper. This photoplay edition features a frontispiece and seven other full page illustrations showing scenes from the Paramount film of the same name. The Cecil B. DeMille - directed film starred Vera Reynolds, Rod La Rocque, Ricardo Cortez and Julia Faye, and was one of the earliest films featuring surfboards and surfing in the plot. One of the still photos show the two female leads on surfboards preparing for a surfboard race. According to the Cecil B. DeMille Society the film is lost.
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ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS
Roggeveen, Jacob, 1659-1729.
Sharp, Andrew, 1906-1974, (ed.)
The journal of Jacob Roggeveen /? edited by Andrew Sharp.
Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1970.
 Transcribed, translated, and edited by Bolton Glanvill Corney.
The voyage of Captain Don Felipe Gonzalez : in the ship of the line San Lorenzo, with the frigate Santa Rosalia in company, to Easter Island in 1770-1. Preceded by an extract from Mynheer Jacob Roggeveen's official log of his discovery of and visit to Easter Island in 1722.
Nendeln, Liechtenstein : Kraus Reprint, - Works issued by the Hakluyt Society. 2nd series ; no. 13.
176 pages

 Translated from the French and edited by Helen Rosenman.
An account in two volumes of two voyages to the south seas by Captain (later Rear-Admiral) Jules S-C Dumont D'Urville of the French Navy to Australia, New Zealand, Oceania 1826-1829 in the corvette Astrolabe and to the Straits of Magellan, Chile, Oceania, South East Asia, Australia, Antarctica, New Zealand and Torres Strait 1837-1840 in the corvettes Astrolabe and Ze?le?e /
Carlton, Vic. : Melbourne University Press ; Beaverton, OR : International Specilaized Book Services,
2 v. (liii, 634 p., [44] p. of plates) : ill. (some col.), m...  1987

ANTHROPOLOGY
Patterns of prehistoric human mobility in Polynesia indicated by mtDNA from the Pacific rat
http://www.pnas.org/content/95/25/15145.full
Copyright © 2011 The American Society of Human Genetics All rights reserved.
The American Journal of Human Genetics, Volume 88, Issue 2, 239-247, 03 February 2011.

The “Polynesian motif” defines a lineage of human mtDNA that is restricted to Austronesian-speaking populations and is almost fixed in Polynesians. It is widely thought to support a rapid dispersal of maternal lineages from Taiwan ?4000 years ago (4 ka), but the chronological resolution of existing control-region data is poor, and an East Indonesian origin has also been proposed. By analyzing 157 complete mtDNA genomes, we show that the motif itself most likely originated >6 ka in the vicinity of the Bismarck Archipelago, and its immediate ancestor is >8 ka old and virtually restricted to Near Oceania. This indicates that Polynesian maternal lineages from Island Southeast Asia gained a foothold in Near Oceania much earlier than dispersal from either Taiwan or Indonesia 3–4 ka would predict. However, we find evidence in minor lineages for more recent two-way maternal gene flow between Island Southeast Asia and Near Oceania, likely reflecting movements along a “voyaging corridor” between them, as previously proposed on archaeological grounds. Small-scale mid-Holocene movements from Island Southeast Asia likely transmitted Austronesian languages to the long-established Southeast Asian colonies in the Bismarcks carrying the Polynesian motif, perhaps also providing the impetus for the expansion into Polynesia.

http://www.cell.com/AJHG/abstract/S0002-9297%2811%2900010-3



http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id/72071/title/Rising_seas_made_Chinas_ancient_mariners

Rising seas made China's ancient mariners
Environmental changes cultivated seafaring, not rice farming


PHOTOGRAPHS
Mollymook Beach, Milton
http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/15561413?q=subject%3A%22SURFBOARDS%22&c=picture
Warringah Library Service
R. Murdoch with last solid surfboard, 1939
http://www3.photosau.com/warringah/scripts/ExtSearch.asp?SearchTerm=WAR42667
Warringah Library Service
Freshwater Surf Life Saving Club members and surfboards, 1916
4th left - Ned Liltshire next to Claude Lest with board presented to him by Duke Kahanamoku
http://www3.photosau.com/warringah/scripts/ExtSearch.asp?SearchTerm=WAR42661
Clarke, G World Prehistory - A New Outline
Cambridge University Press, 1969.
London: Cambridge Universary, 1962,
World prehistory in new perspective (1977)
At 39 libraries

Title Sightseers watching a canoe at Moclips, Washington, 1914
Studio Name Webster & Stevens
Studio Location United States--Washington (State)--Seattle
Date 1914
Notes In this photo, taken at a popular oceanside resort, spectators look on as a group of Quinault paddlers heads out through the surf in a large cedar dugout canoe. Such an event would have been an extraordinary experience for tourists even at this time period.

http://content.lib.washington.edu/cdm4/item_viewer.php?CISOROOT=/loc&CISOPTR=16



 Quileutes unloading canoes on beach at La Push, Washington, ca. 1900
Photographer Taylor, W. F. , Mrs.
Date ca. 1900
Notes Women unload canoe as men push it up onto beach; another canoe is landing behind them, and moored out beyond rocks is a sailboat, with another canoe heading towards surf.

Reference number for image in collection no. 564: Ea-22

Caption on image: Indians landing provisions at Mora, Washingtonhttp://content.lib.washington.edu/cdm4/item_viewer.php?CISOROOT=/loc&CISOPTR=2105


Outrigger
* nla.pic-an2678978
    * PIC PIC R4237 BOX A24
    * Baines, Thomas, 1820-1875.
    * Native canoe, which came alongside from Prince of Wales Island, N[orth] Australia, Aug. 27th, 1855;
Tom Tough and Monarch, Possession Island, Aug. 27th 1855 [picture]
    * 1855. 1 watercolour ; 12.2 x 18.2 cm.

Title : Ocean Island 1 - 1908 - Surf bathing at Northern Canoe Shed - Ocean Island
Date : 1908
http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au/scripts/PhotoSearchItemDetail.asp?M=0&B=6449123&SE=1

MODERN BOOKS

Peter L Dixon WIPE OUT
Original 1971 hard cover is  58 pages long , juvenile .
Has some excellent water color pictures by Paul L. Taylor , which are double page fold outs depicting the 'S' deck single fin of the early 1970s.

Mike Hynson. Transcendental Memories of a Surf Rebel. Oversized oblong paperback. The long awaited book by Endless Summer surfer, Mike Hynson. 290 pages. SIGNED by Mike Hynson.

Fred Hemmings. The Soul of Surfing is Hawaiian. Surf Stories. New, hardcover in dustjacket. 1997 first edition, first printing. $30.
SIGNED by Fred Hemmings. New, hardcover in dustjacket. 1997 first edition, first printing.

Mike Doyle with Steve Sorensen. Morning Glass. Cloth spine hardcover. Limited to 1000 copies. SIGNED and Numbered. 2004. 247 pages. New.

L.A.Webber. How to Surf for the Beginner. 1964. Small staplebound booklet, 3 1/2 x 6 inches. Light wear. 32 pages. 


19th Century
McHutcheson, William
The New Zealander Abroad in England, America, and the Highlands of Scotland; in Madeira, Capetown, and the Sandwich Islands. Being Notes of a Six Months Holiday Tour Round the World
James Hamilton, Glasgow, 1888.
Chapter 2: A Concert at Sea - Honolulu in the Paradise of the Pacific - Mosquitoes and Chinamen - A Kanaka Pilot - The Hawaiian People - The Royal Hawaiian Hotel  .
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Stoddard, John L.
Glimpses of the World A Portfolio of Photographs of the Marvelous Works of God and Man
R. S. Peale & Co., Chicago, 1892.
NO CONTENT

Hawaiian Life; Being Lazy Letters from Low Latitudes
books.google.com.au/books?isbn=1236660498
Professor Charles Warren Stoddard -



WITH SOUTH SEA FOLK: A MISSIONARY STORY
Crosby, E. Theodora (Bliss?)
The Pilgrim Press, Boston, MA, 1898.
http://archive.org/stream/withsouthseafolk00blis#page/146/mode/2up
One canoe landing only.
JOURNAL OF A CRUISE TO CALIFORNIA AND THE SANDWICH ISLANDS IN THE UNITED STATES SLOOP-OF-WAR CYANE.1841-1844
Meyers, William H.
San Francisco The Book Club of California 1955.,
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 Sketches of California and Hawaii
by William H. Meyers, gunner, U.S.N., aboard the United States sloop-of-war, Cyane, 1842-1843. With an introd. & notes by John Haskell Kemble.
Published 1970 by Book Club of California in [San Francisco] .
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Vue de L''Île Tinian: Pirogues des 'Îles Carolines [Pl. 50]
COUTANT, Jean Louis Denis (1776-1831) after Louis GARNERAY (1783-1857)
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA)
(New York, NY, U.S.A.)

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Book Description: Paris: 1824-37. Hand-coloured and colour-printed line and stipple engraving. Good condition apart from some overall light soiling, minor foxing, and a few small brown stains in the margins. 9 x 12 5/8 inches. 12 1/8 x 18 5/8 inches. A distant view of Tinian Island, one of the Northern Mariana Islands in the western Pacific Ocean, as seen from the Caroline Islands, from Freycinet's important publication "Voyage autour du monde." Louis Claude Desaulces de Freycinet (1779-1842) was a French marine officer and explorer, who participated in several significant early 19th-century expeditions to relatively unknown areas in the southern hemisphere. In 1800, he joined one of the most important early explorations of Australia, which was commissioned by the French government and commanded by Nicholas Baudin (1754-1803). On this voyage, which included stops in Mauritius and Tasmania, Freycinet served as a surveyor and was responsible for conducting a thorough cartographic survey of the Australian coast. Upon returning to France years later, he completed a detailed account of the journey begun by the naturalist Françis Péron that was published as Voyage de decouvertes aux Terres Australes between 1807 and 1816. In 1817, Freycinet embarked on the Uranie on a major scientific expedition around the world to record information regarding the geography, meteorology, terrestrial magnetism, ethnology, and indigenous flora and fauna of various locations in the southern hemisphere. Accompanied by the talented artist Jacques Arago, he explored the Sandwich Islands, the Hawaii Islands as well as Rio de Janeiro, the Cape of Good Hope, Tonga, Gibraltar, Tenerife, Mauritius, Timor, Tierra del Fuego, Montevideo, Mauritius, New South Wales, and the Caroline Islands. After being shipwrecked near the Falklands, Freycinet eventually returned to Paris on the Physicienne in 1820, where he published a comprehensive illustrated account of the expedition in a colossal thirteen-volume work entitled Voyage Autor de Monde. The Columbia Encyclopedia, second edition (1950), p. 728; Ferguson 2906b; Hill, p.10 (ref). Bookseller Inventory # 14028


The exemplary life of a native of Hawaiï, Memoir of Henry Obookiah, a Native of the Sandwich Islands, who died at Cornwall, Connecticut, February 17, 1818, aged 26. Revised edition.
DWIGHT, E.W.
The American Tract Society,, New York, 1830.
NO CONTENT
TRAVELS IN THE GREAT WESTERN PRAIRIES, THE ANAHUAC AND ROCKY MOUNTAINS,AND IN THE OREGON TERRITORY.
Farnham, Thomas J.:
London: Richard Bentley, 1843.,
NO CONTENT
Mémoires Du Capitaine Péron, Sur Ses Voyages Aux Côtes D’Afrique, En Arabie, À L‘Île D’Amsterdam, Aux Îles D’Anjouan Et De Mayotte, Aux Côtes Nord-Ouest De L’Amérique, Aux Îles Sandwich, À La Chine, Etc.
PÉRON, [Pierre François] [b. 1769].
Paris: Brissot-Thivars Bossange Frères, 1824.,
An Album of Original Watercolors of Peoples of South America and Polynesia while on Tour of Duty in the Pacific, aboard H.M.S. Talbot, October 1843 - October 1846.
BURNEY, William James (fl. 1840s).
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NO SURFING CONTENT
 


SANDWICH ISLANDS
1833 Sydney Morning Herald 10 June page 15.
Quotation from Narrative of a Voyage during 1824 and Islands of the South Seas.


John B. Whitman
An account of the Sandwich Islands: the Hawaiian Journal of John B. Whitman, 1813-1815
Topgallant Publishing, Honolulu, Hawaii,1979
Pages 57-58 and 88.

DIXON, George (Capt.).
A Voyage Round the World; but more particularly to the North-West Coast of America: Performed in 1785, 1786, 1787 and 1788, in The King George and Queen Charlotte, ... Dedicated by Permission, to Sir Joseph Banks, ...
Alex. Hogg, London, 1794
London 1789. (Repr. Amsterdam 1968)
Amsterdam. N. Israel & New York. Da Capo Press. 1968.
TWAIN Mark, pseud CLEMENS Samuel Langhorne

Letters from the Sandwich Islands written for the Sacramento Union
Stanford University Press/ Humphrey Milford 1938,
Illus. by Dorothy Grover.
NO CONTENT
THE MISSIONARY HERALD FOR 1827, FEBRUARY. VOL. XXIII, NO. 2.
 Boston; Crocker & Brewster; 1827;, 1827. 31 pp.;
Sandwich Islands reports include a 6 page letter from Mr. Richards reporting on the progress of the mission at Maui, with a report on the outrage of the English whaling ship Daniel, and the passing of a meteor between Lahaina and Rana , (sic); 5 page exrtact from Mr. Stewart's Journal relating the events on Maui , the visit of the Russian ship with Captain Kotzebue commanding, Lord Byron's visit on the Blonde, and Mrs. Stewart's illness. Also 7 pages of extracts from the Journal of Mr. Bishop (?), while on a tour to Hiro(sic), Kawaihae, the Volcano, Byron's Bay.
 
 




Kalakaua ( His Hawaiian Majesty).
LEGENDS AND MYTHS OF HAWAII; THE FABLES AND FOLKLORE OF A STRANGE PEOPLE.
Charles L. Webster; New York 1888;, 1888. 530 pp.; 
Loomis, E.    JOURNAL OF E. LOOMIS 1824-1826.

 Honolulu; University of Hawaii; 1937;, 1937. 55 pp.; Softcover.
Compiled by Dr. Wm Westervelt.
Elisha Loomis was a member of the First Missionary Company to the Sandwich Islands, where he superintended operations of the misson's printing press.
His journal covers the years 1824-1826: it documents the missionaries' activities, native customs and habits, arrival of vessels from America, England and Russia.
Judd, Laura Fish.

HONOLULU, SKETCHES OF LIFE, SOCIAL, POLITICAL, AND RELIGIOUS, IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS FROM 1828 TO 1861.
 New York; Anson D.F. Randolph and Company; 1880;, 1880. 258pp.;
The author was the wife of medical missionary Gerrit Parmele Judd, who became a trusted advisor to Hawaiian kings, and served in the highest offices of state, being a strong supporter of the native monarchy. Mrs. Judd compiled these memoirs in 1861, and they are among the most important accounts of Hawaii during that period. 
 Liliuokalani. HAWAII'S STORY BY HAWAII'S QUEEN.

 Boston; Lothrop, Lee and Shepard; 1898;, 1898. 409 pp.;
First Edition; Hardbound. Original gilt-dec. cloth, t.e.g. Illustrations with plates from photographs.
Autobiography of Hawaii's last queen, who reigned for the two years before the 1893 "revolution" which brought the American businessmen into power and absorption by the United States. 
Thurston, Lucy G.    THE MISSIONARY'S DAUGHTER; A MEMOIR OF LUCY GOODALE THURSTON, OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.

 New York; American Tract Society; 1842;, 1842. 219 pp.;
Introduction by Lorrin A. Thurston; letters and journal entries selected and arranged by Mrs. Lucy Thurston. 11 b/w plates, includingThe King's Heiau at Kailua 1817, Kawaihae Bay in 1822, Kamehameha III as a Young Boy, Our Most Noble Queen Emma, and Rev. Asa and Mrs. Lucy Thurston. 
Bryan, William S.    OUR ISLANDS AND THEIR PEOPLE AS SEEN WITH CAMERA AND PENCIL.

New York; N.D. Thompson; 1899;, 1899. 384 pp.; Hardbound. Two volumes. Vols. I and II.
Over 2000 b/w and color photos; maps.
Contains photographic and descriptive representations of the people and the Islands lately acquired from Spain, including Hawaii and the Philippines.their material resources and productions, homes of the people.customs and general appearance.
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 THE ECLECTIC. OCTOBER 2, 1852. VOL. 3, NO. 1.
 Portland, Maine; The Eclectic; 1852;, 1852.
Newspaper.2-1/4 column entitled The Sandwich Islands, written for the Portland Eclectic By a Traveller.
This article starts with the discovery of the Sandwich Islands in 1778 by Captain Cook, and gives historical, geographical and cultural information, such as on Owhyhee and the volcano at Mauna Roa (sic). It contains many interesting observations, such as The natives live almost solely on vegetables, and although they have a plentiful supply of them, still the numerous taxes consume a great deal. 
Portlock, Nathaniel
 A Voyage Round the World . . . in 1785 (B1788)
Stockdale and Goulding, London.1789
HAWAII


 Weisenburger, Francis Phelps
IDOL OF THE WEST: THE FABULOUS CAREER OF ROLLIN MALLORY DAGGETT
Syracuse University Press NY[1965]  220 pages.
Daggett launched a political career, serving as the lone Congressman from Nevada from 1879 to 1881 and later as American minister to the Hawaiian Islands for three significant years before annexation.
In Hawaii, he became friendly with the native king, Kalakaua, and even collaborated with him on a book about Hawaiian legends, which Mark Twain's firm published.
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CREIGHTON, Robert J., Editor and Compiler. Honolulu Almanac and Directory, 1886.
Containing Complete Statistical and General Information Relating to the Hawaiian Islands. Honolulu: Pacific Commercial Steam Print, [1886]. 108pp. plus tinted advertising leaf, 36pp. of advertisements, and 12 photographically-printed plates.
Third year of publication. Plates include portraits of King Kalakaua and Queen Kapiolani, as well as charming views of Iolani Palace, Diamond Head, the Hilo Coast, a native hut, etc.
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THE CALIFORNIAN ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE: Hawaiian Number Volume 3, Number 5 April 1893
Californian Publishing, San Francisco, 1893.
Paperback. Book Condition: Good. b/w Illustration (illustrator). First Edition. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.
Almost the entire issue is devoted to Hawaii, including an article by King Kalakaua. 
Emory, Kenneth P

THE ISLAND OF LANAI A Survey of Native Culture
Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, 1924.
Bishop Museum Press, 1969.
Bishop Museum Press, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1986.
 Holman, Lucia Ruggles.   JOURNAL OF LUCIA RUGGLES HOLMAN.

Bishop Museum Press; 1931;, 1931. 40 pp.; Bishop Museum Special Publication #17.
A revealing and informative look at early Hawaiian society and history through the eyes of an early missionary.
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Thomas, Mifflin    Schooner from Windward; Two Centuries of Hawaiian Interisland Shipping
Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1983, 1983.
This book is a historical work that covers shipping in Hawaii starting with canoes and up to the big barges still used today, 239pp. 
MRANTZ, MAXINE    R.L. STEVENSON POET IN PARADISE

 Honolulu Aloha Graphics 1977., 1977.
Illustrated with Black and White Photographs. 30 pages
Small pamphlet dealing with Stevenson's 5 months in Hawaii in 1889 as well as his short stay in 1893.
Includes rare photographs of Stevenson and members of Hawaiian royalty from the Archives of Hawaii.
Fornander, Abraham and Thomas G. Thrum

Ancient O'ahu.
Kalamakü Press, Honolulu.1996
Burgess, Puanani and Eric Enos

 From Then to Now: A Manual for Doing Things Hawaiian Style.
Ka'ala Farm, Wai'anae.1996
Hillebrand, William F.

 Flora of the Hawaiian Islands.
Hafner, New York 1888(reprinted 1965, 1981).
Krauss, Beatrice

 Plants in Hawaiian Culture.
University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu.1993
Lamberton, Alastair Rolland Haldane

 The Anatomy of Some Woods Utilized by the Ancient Hawaiians.
Unpublished Mater's thesis, University of Hawai`i.1955
Lucas, Lois

 Plants of Old Hawaii.
Bess Press, Honolulu1982
Rock, Joseph F.

 The Indigenous Trees of the Hawaiian Islands.
Charles E. Tuttle, Rutland, Vt.1974 [1913]
Kamakau, Samuel Manaiakalani

 Ka Po'e Kahiko: The People of Old.
Translated by Mary Kawena Pukui, edited by Dorothy B. Barrère. Bishop Museum Special Publication 51. Bishop Museum Press, Honolulu.1964

Kamakau, Samuel Manaiakalani
The Works of the People of Old. Bishop Museum Special Publication 61.
Bishop Museum Press, Honolulu.1976

Kamakau, Samuel Manaiakalani
 Tales and Traditions of the People of Old: Na Mo'olelo a ka Po'e Kahiko.
Translated by Mary Kawena Pukui, edited by Dorothy B. Barrère. Bishop Museum Press, Honolulu.1991


SWIMMING

Improve Your Swimming the Most Comprehensive Book on Swimming Diving Water Polo Surfing Life Saving and General Swimming Matters Yet Published
STOCKLEY, WILLIAM.O. ET AL.
Macky Logan Caldwell Ltd., NZ, 1931. pp 226


EXPLORATION
Corney, Peter
EARLY VOYAGES IN THE NORTH PACIFIC, 1813-1818
Ye Galleon Press, Fairfield, Washington, U. S. A., 1966
Pierce, Richard A.

Russia's Hawaiian Adventure, 1815-1817
 University of California Press, Berkeley Date Published: 1965
 Iaukea, Curtis Piehu; Watsinm Lorna Kahilipuaokalani Iaukea

By Royal Command: the Official Life and Personal Reminiscences of Colonel Curtis Piehu Iaukea at the Court of Hawaii's Rulers
 Booklines Hawaii Ltd, Mililani HI Date Published: 1988
  Mills, Peter R

Hawaii's Russian Adventure: a New Look at Old History
University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu Date Published: 2002


PITCAIRN ISLAND
Conway, Christiane:

Letters from the Isle of Man - The Bounty-Correspondence of Nessy and Peter Heywood.
The Manx Experience.
 (2005). ISBN 1-873120-77-X.

CAPTAIN COOK ETC.
Schreber, Roy (Editor):

Captain Bligh's Second Chance
UNSW Press, 2007.
The journal of Lt. George Tobin describes visits to South Africa, Tasmania, and Tahiti.
Bligh returned circa 1788 as captain of HMAV Bounty , culminating in the infamous mutiny in1789.
Bligh was dispatched to Tahiti in 1791 on a mission to transport breadfruit to the West Indies, following the unsuccessful mission of from Tahiti  this time successfully completing the mission.
Through Polynesia and Papua: wanderings with a camera in southern seas, by Frank Burnett ...

Author: Burnett, Frank.
1911

Stoddard, Charles Warren, 1843-1909 Hawaiian life; being lazy letters from low latitudes 1894

Walker, H Wilfrid
Wanderings among South Sea Savages & in Borneo & the Philippines [48 illus., photographs] 1910 
Robert Dean Frisbie
In writing down his observations of life in the Pacific, Frisbie followed the footsteps of other famous 19th century South Sea writers. ...
O'Connell, James F..
A Residence of Eleven Years in New Holland and the Caroline Islands: being the Adventures of James F. O'Connell. Edited from his Verbal Narration.
(Boston: B. B. Mussey, 1835)

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Bullen, Frank Thomas (1857-1915)..
The Cruise of the "Cachalot" Round the World After Sperm Whales.
(London: Smith, Elder, 1898)



















  Nye, Lydia Rider (Edited By Doyce B. Nunis, Jr.
The Journal of a Sea Captain's Wife 1841-1845, During a Passage and Sojourn in Hawaii and of a Trading Voyage to Oregon & California
 Arthur H. Clark Co. Spokane, WA Date Published: 2004
Theodore-Adolph Barrot, Penny Pagliaro (Editor), Daniel Dole (Translator),

Unless Haste is Made: A French Skeptic's Account of the Sandwich Islands in 1836
Press Pacifica Kailua, Hawaii Date Published: 1978

 Boelen, Captain Jacobus (Edited By Frank J.A. Broeze)
A Merchant's Perspective: Captain Jacobus Boelen's Narrative of His Visit to Hawai'i in 1828
Univ of Hawaii Pr, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A. Date Published: 1990

Portlock, Nathaniel:
A Voyage Round the World but more particularly to the North-West Coast of America, 1785-1788.
London: John Stockdale and George Goulding, 1789
Researched May 2007 -
no surfriding content.
 Fornander, Abraham; Thomas Thrum, Ed.

  Fornander Collection of Hawaiian Antiquities and Folk-Lore, Vol. IV- Part I
 Honolulu, HI: Bishop Museum Press, 1919, 1919.
 In Hawaiian and English, the Hawaiians' account of the formation of their island and origin of their race.
This volume, VI part I, includes History of the Hawaiian Priesthood, Cultivation, Fishing, and Amusements.
 Fornander, Abraham; Thomas Thrum, Ed.

  Fornander Collection of Hawaiian Antiquities and Folk-Lore

Thrum, Thomas G.
HAWAIIAN ALMANAC AND ANNUAL 1885-1940 (THRUM'S)
Thos. G. Thrum, Honolulu.
Each comprehensive issue contains data on every island, business, ranching, shipping, botany, architecture, sugar and pineapple, and a summary of the year's events. Also included are articles by Thrum and others on historical or current issues. Thrum died in 1932 and the Annuals continued to be published in his name until 1940. This collection consists of 11 bound volumes, covered in blue cloth, and includes an Index covering the years 1875-1932. It also includes 6 loose issues for the following years: 1875, 1876, 1879, 1881, 1883, and 1884; and an index for the first 12 issues, 1875-1886.
Bligh, William:
The Voyage of the Bounty’s Launch as Related in William Bligh’s Despatch to the Admiralty and the Journal of John Fryer
 Introduction By Owen Rutter and engravings by Gibbings, Robert
London: The Golden Cockerel Press, 1934.
Nordhoff, Charles & James Norman Hall

Mutiny on the Bounty
Preface by authors & appendix with true story of Peter Heywood
 NY Heritage Press, 1947.
Lady Franklin visits Sitka, Alaska 1870; the journal of Sophia Cracroft, Sir John Franklin's niece

R. N. DeArmond, editor
http://www.hqrl.com/catalog/books_family_histories/family_histories_co-dy_books.html
The Victorian Visitors: An Account of the Hawaiian Kingdom, 1861-1866,

Including the Journal Letters of Sophia Cracroft, Extracts from the Journals of Lady Franklin, and Diaries and Letters of Queen Emma of Hawaii.
Korn ed., Alfons
1958
  Korn, Alfons L. (ed)

 The Victorian Visitors: An Account of the Hawaiian Kingdom, 1861-1866, Including the Journal Letters of Sophia Cracroft, Extracts from the Journals of Lady Franklin, and Diaries and Letters of Queen Emma of Hawaii
University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu, 1958, 1969.

Macrae, James
With Lord Byron at the Sandwich Islands n 1825:
Being Extracts from the MS Diary of James Macrae, Scottish Botanist
1922
http://www2.bishopmuseum.org/mkmk2/library.asp?Locality=Mauna+Kea&offset=850

Macrae, James
With Lord Byron at the Sandwich Islands in 1825
The Petroglyph Press, Hawaii, 1972

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Dampier, Robert    Editied by Paulien King Joerger.
To the Sandwich Islands on H. M. S. Blonde
University Press of Hawaii for Friends of the Library of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, 1971.
Lord Byron was assigned the task of returning the bodies of King and Queen Kamamalu who both died in London of the measles in July 1824.
Robert Dampier, then 24 years old, was invited to join the ship and he accompanied Lord Byron as artist and draftsman.
His journal is reproduced here.

CLARK, Joseph G.

Lights and Shadows of Sailor Life, as Exemplified in Fifteen Years’ Experience, Including the More Thrilling Events of the U. S. Exploring Expedition and Reminiscences of an Eventful Life on the “Mountain Wave.”
Boston: Benjamin B. Mussey & Co., 1848.
Illustrated with 6 engraved plates, including frontis; index.
Second and preferred edition, first published in 1847 with the same collation but without any plates.
“Clark was a seaman on the United States Exploring Expedition, commanded by Captain Charles Wilkes. During the stop in the Fiji Islands, Clark was nearly murdered by the islanders; two men on the expedition did lose their lives in the attack. Clark gives descriptions of the Columbia River Valley and of San Francisco and surrounding areas; he praises the abundance and fertility of California’s natural resources. Hawaii was visited twice."

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A review of "Voyage of H.M.S. Blonde to the Sandwich Islands, in 1824-25; Captain Lord Byron, Commander."
Article in The London Literary Gazette and Journal of Belles Lettres, Arts, Sciences, etc. No. 530, Saturday, March 17, 1827.
. It reviews the book by Lord Byron, and reprints a few long extracts, but considers the book to contain little that is not covered better elsewhere, specifically in the works of Rev. William Ellis.
 
Byron, George Anson  GRAHAM (Maria) ed].
Voyage of H.M.S. Blonde to the Sandwich Islands in the Years 1824-1825
John Murray, London 1826
 GARNIER, Jules.

Voyage Autour du Monde. Oceanie les iles des pins, Loyalty et Tahiti.
Paris: Henri Plon, 1871.12mo. [4],
 First edition 388pp. Large folding map, 4 engraved plates.
Garnier was a young mineral explorer sent to New Caledonia in 1863-66, and provides invaluable first person commentary on Oceanic culture during the period.
The folding color map shows Tahiti and Moorea with an abundance of place names.
Page 121 ???

Bingham, Hiram.
A Residence of Twenty-One Years in the Sandwich Islands; or the Civil, Religious, and Political History of Those Islands: Comprising a Particular View of the Missionary Operations Connected with the Introduction and Progress of Christianity and Civilization Among the Hawaiian People.
Hartford: Hezekiah Huntington, and New York: Sherman Converse, 1847
Pp.616. Steel-engraved frontis portrait of the author, 6 full-page wood-engraved plates, large folding map. 
Marshall, W. P.

Afloat on the Pacific, or Notes of Three Years Life at Sea,
Comprising Sketches of People, Places, and Things along the Pacific Coast and among the Islands of Polynesia, Visited During Several Voyages of the U.S.S. Lancaster and Saranac.
Zanesville, Ohio: Sullivan & Parsons, 1876.
p 176pp. Illustrated with 3 plates (including frontis) and a wood engraving in the text.
The Saranac anchored at Honolulu on September 6, 1865. “Following a visit to the Marquesas and Tahiti, the ship made a second visit to Hawaii in October 1865… Marshall describes Honolulu and again Nuuanu Valley at greater length. This portion of the text also mentions native horsemanship, and has comments on Kamehameha V and Rev. Samuel C. Damon” (Forbes).
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JONES, G. D.
Life and Adventure in the South Pacific. By a Roving Printer.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1861
p 361, 10 (ads). Plates and text illustrations throughout, including a full-page map.
 “An account of a whaling voyage out of New Bedford, Massachusetts, to the Pacific, and the day-to-day occupations of two young men from Palmyra, New York, who shipped on the whaler for five years.
This narrative may have been written by John [sic] D. Jones, but conclusive evidence is lacking.
The ship visited many islands, among them Guam, the Hawaiian Islands, Tonga, Juan Fernandez, and Formosa” [Hill].
This whaling voyage classic has often been catalogued as an account of the 1849 voyage of the Emily Morgan, but it is in fact an account of a later voyage of that ship” (Forbes); the later voyage was probably 1853.
Much information on Lahaina (Maui), attacks on whaling ships by natives, whales and whaling, etc.
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http://www.unz.org/Pub/WeisenburgerFrancis-1965

STEWART, Charles Samuel
A Visit to the South Seas, in the United States' Ship Vincennes, during the years 1829 and 1830; including scenes in Brazil, Peru, Manilla, the Cape of Good Hope, and St. Helena.
Henry Colburn, London, 1832.
The first volume relates to Rio de Janeiro, the Cape Horn passage, Valparaiso, Callao and Lima. The second volume covers Tahiti, Hawaii, Macao, Canton, Manila, the Cape of Good Hope, and St. Helena.


TWAIN Mark, pseud CLEMENS Samuel Langhorne
Letters from the Sandwich Islands written for the Sacramento Union
Stanford University Press/ Humphrey Milford 1938,
Illus. by Dorothy Grover.




DIXON, George (Capt.).
A Voyage Round the World; but more particularly to the North-West Coast of America: Performed in 1785, 1786, 1787 and 1788, in The King George and Queen Charlotte, ... Dedicated by Permission, to Sir Joseph Banks, ...
Alex. Hogg, London, 1794
London 1789. (Repr. Amsterdam 1968)
Amsterdam. N. Israel & New York. Da Capo Press. 1968.
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http://archive.org/stream/cihm_27968/cihm_27968_djvu.txt
Emory, Kenneth P
THE ISLAND OF LANAI A Survey of Native Culture
Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, 1924.
Bishop Museum Press, 1969.
Bishop Museum Press, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1986.

.Conway, Christiane:
Letters from the Isle of Man - The Bounty-Correspondence of Nessy and Peter Heywood.
The Manx Experience.
 (2005). ISBN 1-873120-77-X.

Schreber, Roy (Editor):
Captain Bligh's Second Chance
UNSW Press, 2007.
The journal of Lt. George Tobin describes visits to South Africa, Tasmania, and Tahiti.
He returned circa 1788 as captain of HMAV Bounty , culminating in the infamous mutiny in1789.
Bligh was dispatched to Tahiti in 1791 on a mission to transport breadfruit to the West Indies, following the unsuccessful mission of from Tahiti  this time successfully completing the mission.

THE MISSIONARY HERALD FOR 1827, FEBRUARY. VOL. XXIII, NO. 2.
 Boston; Crocker & Brewster; 1827;, 1827. 31 pp.;
Sandwich Islands reports include a 6 page letter from Mr. Richards reporting on the progress of the mission at Maui, with a report on the outrage of the English whaling ship Daniel, and the passing of a meteor between Lahaina and Rana , (sic); 5 page exrtact from Mr. Stewart's Journal relating the events on Maui , the visit of the Russian ship with Captain Kotzebue commanding, Lord Byron's visit on the Blonde, and Mrs. Stewart's illness. Also 7 pages of extracts from the Journal of Mr. Bishop (?), while on a tour to Hiro(sic), Kawaihae, the Volcano, Byron's Bay.

THE CALIFORNIAN ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE: Hawaiian Number Volume 3, Number 5 April 1893
Californian Publishing, San Francisco, 1893.
Paperback. Book Condition: Good. b/w Illustration (illustrator). First Edition. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.
Almost the entire issue is devoted to Hawaii, including an article by King Kalakaua.

Leman, Walter M. Memories of an Old Actor.
A. Roman Co. San Francisco 1886, 1886. xv, 406 pp.
Frontispiece portrait. First edition.
Acting and theater reminiscences, including mention of Davy Crockett, Andrew Jackson, Lola Montez, etc. Leman performed extensively on the stages of San Francisco and Sacramento, and his career took him throughout the American West - the Nicaragua Route, California gold camps, Washoe and Virginia City, Salt Lake City, and the Washington Territory. There is also a chapter on Hawaii and King Kalakaua, as well as some mention of Yosemite. 
Kalakaua ( His Hawaiian Majesty).

LEGENDS AND MYTHS OF HAWAII; THE FABLES AND FOLKLORE OF A STRANGE PEOPLE.
Charles L. Webster; New York 1888;, 1888. 530 pp.; 
CREIGHTON, Robert J., Editor and Compiler. Honolulu Almanac and Directory, 1886.

Containing Complete Statistical and General Information Relating to the Hawaiian Islands. Honolulu: Pacific Commercial Steam Print, [1886]. 108pp. plus tinted advertising leaf, 36pp. of advertisements, and 12 photographically-printed plates.
Third year of publication. Plates include portraits of King Kalakaua and Queen Kapiolani, as well as charming views of Iolani Palace, Diamond Head, the Hilo Coast, a native hut, etc. 
Loomis, E.    JOURNAL OF E. LOOMIS 1824-1826.

 Honolulu; University of Hawaii; 1937;, 1937. 55 pp.; Softcover.
Compiled by Dr. Wm Westervelt.
Elisha Loomis was a member of the First Missionary Company to the Sandwich Islands, where he superintended operations of the misson's printing press.
His journal covers the years 1824-1826: it documents the missionaries' activities, native customs and habits, arrival of vessels from America, England and Russia. 
Judd, Laura Fish.

HONOLULU, SKETCHES OF LIFE, SOCIAL, POLITICAL, AND RELIGIOUS, IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS FROM 1828 TO 1861.
 New York; Anson D.F. Randolph and Company; 1880;, 1880. 258pp.;
The author was the wife of medical missionary Gerrit Parmele Judd, who became a trusted advisor to Hawaiian kings, and served in the highest offices of state, being a strong supporter of the native monarchy. Mrs. Judd compiled these memoirs in 1861, and they are among the most important accounts of Hawaii during that period.
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 Liliuokalani. HAWAII'S STORY BY HAWAII'S QUEEN.
 Boston; Lothrop, Lee and Shepard; 1898;, 1898. 409 pp.;
First Edition; Hardbound. Original gilt-dec. cloth, t.e.g. Illustrations with plates from photographs.
Autobiography of Hawaii's last queen, who reigned for the two years before the 1893 "revolution" which brought the American businessmen into power and absorption by the United States.

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Thurston, Lucy G.    THE MISSIONARY'S DAUGHTER; A MEMOIR OF LUCY GOODALE THURSTON, OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.
 New York; American Tract Society; 1842;, 1842. 219 pp.;
Introduction by Lorrin A. Thurston; letters and journal entries selected and arranged by Mrs. Lucy Thurston. 11 b/w plates, includingThe King's Heiau at Kailua 1817, Kawaihae Bay in 1822, Kamehameha III as a Young Boy, Our Most Noble Queen Emma, and Rev. Asa and Mrs. Lucy Thurston.
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 Jarves, James J.    SCENES AND SCENERY IN THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.
 Boston; James Monroe & Co.; 1843;, 1843. 341 pp.
Jarves first landed in the islands in 1837, and lived there for almost four years.
Early, largely objective account of the islands by a non-missionary.
Bryan, William S.    OUR ISLANDS AND THEIR PEOPLE AS SEEN WITH CAMERA AND PENCIL.

New York; N.D. Thompson; 1899;, 1899. 384 pp.; Hardbound. Two volumes. Vols. I and II.
Over 2000 b/w and color photos; maps.
Contains photographic and descriptive representations of the people and the Islands lately acquired from Spain, including Hawaii and the Philippines.their material resources and productions, homes of the people.customs and general appearance.
 Holman, Lucia Ruggles.   JOURNAL OF LUCIA RUGGLES HOLMAN.

Bishop Museum Press; 1931;, 1931. 40 pp.; Bishop Museum Special Publication #17.
A revealing and informative look at early Hawaiian society and history through the eyes of an early missionary.
Anderson, Mary E. SCENES IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS AND CALIFORNIA.

 New York; American Tract Society; 1865;, 1865. 238 pp.; Hardbound.
Author was daughter of Rev. Rufus Anderson. 
 Weisenburger, Francis Phelps

IDOL OF THE WEST: THE FABULOUS CAREER OF ROLLIN MALLORY DAGGETT
Syracuse University Press NY[1965]  220 pages.
Daggett launched a political career, serving as the lone Congressman from Nevada from 1879 to 1881 and later as American minister to the Hawaiian Islands for three significant years before annexation.
In Hawaii, he became friendly with the native king, Kalakaua, and even collaborated with him on a book about Hawaiian legends, which Mark Twain's firm published.
Thomas, Mifflin    Schooner from Windward; Two Centuries of Hawaiian Interisland Shipping

Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1983, 1983.
This book is a historical work that covers shipping in Hawaii starting with canoes and up to the big barges still used today, 239pp. 
    THE ECLECTIC. OCTOBER 2, 1852. VOL. 3, NO. 1.

 Portland, Maine; The Eclectic; 1852;, 1852.
Newspaper.2-1/4 column entitled The Sandwich Islands, written for the Portland Eclectic By a Traveller. This article starts with the discovery of the Sandwich Islands in 1778 by Captain Cook, and gives historical, geographical and cultural information, such as on Owhyhee and the volcano at Mauna Roa (sic). It contains many interesting observations, such as The natives live almost solely on vegetables, and although they have a plentiful supply of them, still the numerous taxes consume a great deal.
MRANTZ, MAXINE    R.L. STEVENSON POET IN PARADISE

 Honolulu Aloha Graphics 1977., 1977.
Illustrated with Black and White Photographs. 30 pages
Small pamphlet dealing with Stevenson's 5 months in Hawaii in 1889 as well as his short stay in 1893.
Includes rare photographs of Stevenson and members of Hawaiian royalty from the Archives of Hawaii.
Reverend John Williams

A Narrative of Missionary Enterprises in the South Sea Islands.
London: 1843
Page 57-61
The arrival of the missionaries at Huahine was soon known throughout the group; and visitors from all the other islands, some prompted by curiosity, and others by more worthy motives, came in haste to see them. But of these " arrivals," the most important and interesting was Tamatoa, the king of Raiatea,

who, accompanied by all his principal chiefs, had left his home for the sole purpose of inducing one or more of the missionaries to reside amongst his people. The station and evident sincerity of Tamatoa, and his compatriots who formed this embassy induced the brethren to entertain their proposal. But there were other considerations from which it derived additional weight; especially the position, history, and existing circumstances of the island; and these had considerable influence in determining Mr. Williams's preference for this sphere of labour

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Mr. Williams's communications to the Directors and his family contain other information of a similar kind. From a letter, dated Sept. 5, 1819, he thus reports the progress of the Mission :
" We have opened a neat little place of worship at Tahaa, in a district called Tivaa, and there is 'another erected, which we intend to open shortly, and visit regularly, in the district of Patio, where we expect a congregation of five hundred or six hundred persons. We intend, likewise, to place two of our most intelligent and consistent Raiateans over the school, to which we shall ourselves pay particular attention on our visits. We are all much pleased with the prospect of usefulness which the new station presents to our view
 

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These rapid changes in the circumstances and habits of the people were not less surprising than valuable, as all will admit, who consider their character, prior to the residence of the missionaries among them. Extremely indolent, save when excited by pleasure or passion; the subjects of few artificial wants, and dwelling in a relaxing and luxurious climate, which, in a great degree, relieved them from labour, by supplying, either spontaneously, or with but little cultivation, their necessary food, motives of more than ordinary power were requisite to arouse them to vigorous and persevering exertion. Walking in the steps, and adopting the customs of their ancestors whose dwelling-places they inherited, it was not to be expected that to gratify strangers, or from the hope of benefits which they were unable to appreciate, they would readily change their manner of life. And such a voluntary transition was the less probable, from the congeniality of those habits which they were required to relinquish with their strongest natural propensities. To pluck and eat the ripe fruits of their generous clime, or to slumber in the deep shade of the luxuriant trees upon which they clustered ; to fish or sport within the placid waters of their lagoon; to ride in triumph upon the crested wave ; to race, wrestle, and recite their traditions, or at evening, to mingle in the wild frolic, or the favourite dance were among the chief occupations and enjoyments of their life, except, when inflamed by revenge or stimulated by fear, they girded themselves for the battle. What a task to induce them to exchange such a state, for the patient and continuous labour of acquiring knowledge, and forming habits, the importance of which they could but dimly discern!

But this was accomplished; and by the only means adequate to so great an effect. While presenting every secular motive which the natives could understand to excite them to labour, the missionaries knew well that the force of all such considerations as their personal and domestic comfort, would, if urged alone,
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be insufficient to overcome the habits and propensities by which they were opposed. But their reliance was not in these. It was in the Gospel. This they deemed " the mighty power of God" for promoting the civilization no less than the salvation of the people; and proceeded upon the belief, which the result of the experiment fully confirmed, that the transformation of the rude and lawless community around them could only be effected by the manifestation of evangelical truth.
 


 Twain, Mark
Mark Twain's letters from Hawaii,
University of Hawai'i Press, Honolulu, 1966,
Original account written in 1866.


Beechey, Frederick William:
Narrative of a voyage to the Pacific and Beering's Strait.
Da Capo Press, New York, 1968, Vol. 2, pp.105-107.
Original account written in 1827.
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Chamisso, Adelbert von
A voyage around the world with the Romanzov exploring expedition in the years 1815-1818.
University of Hawai'i Press, Honolulu, 1986.
Original account written in 1816.



von Kotzebu, Otto
A voyage of discovery into the South Sea and Beering's Straits.
Da Capo Press, New York, 1967, 2 vols.
Original account written in 1816.
Pacific images: views from Captain Cook's third voyage.
Hawaiian Historical Society, Honolulu, 1999.
Original account written in 1779.

 Vancouver, George
Voyage of discovery to the North Pacific Ocean and round the world.
Da Capo Press, New York, 1968.
Original account written in 1794.

 Walpole,.Frederick
Four years in the Pacific: in her majesty's ship "Collingwood" from 1844 to 1848.
A.&W. Galignani, Paris, 1850.
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. Boddam-Whetham, J. W
Pearls of the Pacific.
Hurst & Blackett, London, 1876.

Barrot, Theodore Adolphe .
Unless haste is made: a French skeptic's account of the Sandwich Islands in 1836
Press Pacifica, Kailua, HI, 1978.


Bloxam, Andrew
Diary of Aniirew Bloxam , naturalist of the "Blonde."
Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, Honolulu, 1925.,,,,
Original account written in 1825.



Macrae, James
With Lord Byron at the Sandwich Islands in 1825
Petroglyph Press, Hilo, HI, 1972.



Stoddard Charles Warren
A Trip to Hawaii
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco, 1901.
Original account written in 1885.

de Freycinet, Louis Claude de Saulses:
Hawai'i in 1819: a narrative account.
Bishop Museum Press, Honolulu, 1978.

 Loomis, Elisha, compiled by Dr. WIlliam D. Westervelt:
Copy of the journal of Elisha Loomis.
University of Hawai'i, Honolulu, 1937.
Originally written in 1824.
Lummis, Trevor
Pacific Paradises: The Discovery of Tahiti and Hawaii
Sutton Publishing Ltd, Stroud, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom, 2005.
The book "Voyage", published in 1771, had a resounding and long lasting success.  Though Bougainville
DE BOUGAINVILLE, Louis-Antoine
THE PACIFIC JOURNAL OF LOUIS- ANTOINE DE BOUGAINVILLE 1767-1768
 The Hakluyt Society., London. 2002.
1st edition, volume No. 9, in Third Series of works issued by the Hakluyt Society.
Translated and edited by John Dunmore.
LXXVII, 322 PP with 5 maps, 2 colour and 3 b/w plates.
Eps: Map of the voyage of Bougainville across the Pacific, 1767-68.
Bougainville and the Frigates "La Boudeuse" and "Etoile" from their departure from the River Plate on 15th of November 1767, to the coast of New Britain, Bismarck Archipelago on 2nd of July 1768.
Bassett, Marnie
Realms and Islands: The World Voyage of Rose de Freycinet in the Coprvette Uranie 1817-1820 from Her Journal and Letters...
 Oxford U. Press UK 1962
Barnard Captain Charles
    A Narrative of the Sufferings and Adventures of Capt. Charles H. Barnard in A Voyage Round the World During the Years 1812, 1813, 1814, 1815, & 1816 Embracing an Account of the Seizure of His Vessel at the Falkland Islands
  Printed for the Author By J.Lindon, NY, 1829
J. P. Callender, New York, 1836.
A Narrative of the Sufferings and Adventures of Capt. Charles H. Barnard In a recent voyage around the world, including an account of his residence for two years on an uninhabited island.
COLNETT, Captain James RN
A Voyage To The South Atlantic And Round Cape Horn Into The Pacific Ocean
N. Israel, Amsterdam. 1968. Bibliotheca Australiana Series #36 Facsimile of the 1798 Edition., 1968.
A Voyage to the South Atlantic and round Cape Horn into the Pacific Ocean, for the purpose of extending the Spermaceti Whale Fisheries, and other objects of commerce, by ascertaining the ports, bays, harbours, and anchoring berths in certain islands and coasts in those seas at which the ships of the British merchants might be refitted. 2 plates & 7 foldout maps.
Captain Colnett of the HMS Rattler, visited the Galapagos Islands twice, and also explored the coasts of Chile and Peru. As he had accompanied James Cook's Resolution on his last voyage, Colnett frequently discusses his old Commander in the course of his narrative.

NO SURFING


NAVY RECORD SOCIETY
NRS Vol.101.
1959.
A MEMOIR OF JAMES TREVENEN. (Ed. C.Lloyd) Service in HMS Resolution, Discovery, Crocodile, Resistance, then the Imperial Russian Navy. 247pp. Frontis. Map
Sparrman, Anders
A Voyage Round the World with Captain James Cook in HMS Resolution
Robert Hale London  1953. 1st edition
The islands of the Pacific: from the old to the new
James McKinney Alexander
American Tract Society, 1908

SPARRMAN, Anders.
A Voyage round the World with Captain James Cook in HMS Resolution.
Introduction and notes by Owen Rutter. Wood-engravings by Peter Barker-Mill.
The Golden Cockerel Press, 1944. First English edition
This eye-witness account of a three-year voyage with Cook by the Swedish botanist had not previously been printed in English. Sandford also enthuses over Barker-Mill's 'collection of engravings which were revolutionary, and a highly successful step forward in the adaptation of the wood-engraving medium to modern art.
DAVID, Andrew
THE CHARTS & COASTAL VIEWS OF CAPTAIN COOK 'S VOYAGES - Volume II: The Voyage of the Resolution and Adventure 1772-1775
 Hakluyt Society London. 1992.
James Cook
James Cook's Journal of HMS Resolution, 1772-75
Genesis Publications
Aughton, Peter
Resolution
Cold Spring Press, 2005. Paperback. 216 pages
This is a trade paperback original in the US, originally published in the UK (2/04) as a hardcover title by Weidenfeld & Nicholson.
 This is the story of Captain Cook's amazing three-year journey to the Indian, Pacific, and Atlantic oceans, widely acknowledged to be the most important voyage of discovery in the far southern oceans of the world. Cook's HMS Resolution (along with a second ship, the Adventure) was the first ship to cross the Antarctic Circle, and no sailing ship has ever gone further south through the ice. Battling the elements, scarce fresh food and water, and hostile Pacific islanders, Cook was never diverted from his mission: discover new lands, peoples, and exotic species of animals, and most importantly to map the world's biggest ocean. More than two hundred years later, Cook's charts were still the best available for many remote parts of the Pacific! Told by one of Britain's most popular historians, this is a stirring tale of navigation, adventure, and exploration.
 Swenson, Eric
THE SOUTH SEA SHILLING: VOYAGES OF CAPTAIN COOK, R.N
NY Viking 1952
Greenhill, Basil
JAMES COOK: THE OPENING OF THE PACIFIC
Her Majesty's Stationery Office for the Trustees of the National Maritime Museum, London
Villiers, Alan
Captain Cook : The Seaman's Seaman
Penguin Books Canada, Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2001.
Dugard, Martin
Farther Than Any Man. The Rise and Fall of Captain James Cook
Pocket Books, New York, 2001.
 Hughes, Thea Stanley
JAMES COOK
Movement Publications Australia 1981,
HOARE, Michael E.
THE TACTLESS PHILOSOPHER - Johann Reinhold Forster (1729-98)
Melbourne. 1976. Hawthorn Press., 1976. 1st Ed..
First biography of the German naturalist who sailed on HMS Resolution during the 2nd voyage of discovery of Captain Cook.
ROUSSEL, Nolwenn
JARDIN DE RECIF: Sur la trace des premiers surfeurs tahitiens
Atlantica, Biarritz. 2005.
96 PP with 1 map, 50 b/w and 20 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover.
French text.
Surfing in Tahiti first described in 1769 by Captain Cook.
ALLEN, P.S.

Stewart's Hand Book of the Pacific Islands.
1920 A reliable guide to all the inhabited islands of the Pacific Ocean for Traders, Tourists and Settlers. With a Bibliography of Island Works. Sydney 1920, 1918, 1907.
196656 DIXON, George (Capt.).

A Voyage Round the World; but more particularly to the North-West Coast of America: Performed in 1785, 1786, 1787 and 1788, in The King George and Queen Charlotte, ... Dedicated by Permission, to Sir Joseph Banks, ...
1789 London 1789
79332 HUSSEY, C.

Mutiny at Midnight.
1946 The Adventures of Cyrus Hussey of Nantucket aboard the whale ship Globe in the South Pacific from 1812 to 1826. As told by E.A. Stackpole. Lond: Frederick Muller Ltd., (1946)
 JUDD, L.F.

Honolulu.
1880 Sketches of the life, social, political and religious in the Hawaiian Islands from 1828 to 1861. With a suppl.sketch of events to ... (1880). Honolulu 1928.
LISIANSKY, Urey. (Capt.)

A Voyage Round the World, in the years 1803, 1804, 1805 and 1806; ... in the Ship Neva.
1968 London 1814 (Repr. Amsterdam 1968)
MARTIN, H.B.

The Polynesian Journal of Captain Henry Byam Martin, R.N.
1981 In command of H.M.S. Grampus - 50 guns at Hawaii and on station in Tahiti and the Society Islands, August 1846 to August 1847. Canberra: Australian National University Press, (1981).
PORTLOCK, Nathaniel (Capt.).

A Voyage Round the World; but more particularly to the North-West Coast of America: performed in 1785, 1786, 1787 and 1788, in The King George and Queen Charlotte, Captains Portlock and Dixon. ...
1968 London 1789. (Repr. Amsterdam 1968).

PHILLIPPS, W.J.
Maori Life and Custom.
1966. Wellington (1966). Sm.4to. Or.cl.d.w. (180pp.). With map and num. line drawings. 1st ed.
 A single full and authoritative guide to old Maori Life and custom, dealing with food, hunting, agriculture, architecture, boat building, clothing and full range of Maori handicraft: Also custom and pastime, including games, music, and social rituals of birth, marriage, and burial
National Geographic Magazine
National Geographic, May 1908.
Visit to Dalmatia, Montenegro and Herzegovina; An American Fable by Giford Pinchot; Hunting Bears on Horseback; Persia: The Awakening East. One full page ad for Hawaii, featuring a surfer by artists Gr. Noetzel.
National Geographic Magazine
April, 1962
Marden, "A New Bounty Sails to Tahiti"; "The Pacific Ocean Re-explored";
Shadbolt & Brake, "New Zealand: Gift of the Sea"; 

ROBERTSON, George / WARNER, Oliver
An account of the discovery of Tahiti: from the journal of George Robertson, Master of H.M.S. Dolphin
Folio Society London 1955, 
Oliver, Douglas L.
ANCIENT TAHITIAN SOCIETY (Three volumes)
The University Press of Hawaii, Honolulu, 1974.
Canberra. 1974. Australian National University Press
Volume I is Oliver's ethnographic reconstruction of pre-European Tahiti, Volume II the social relations, the Islanders' way of life, in what he labels the Late Indigenous Era; and Volume III covers events in Tahiti and Mo'orea from about 1767 to 1815, a period he calls the Early European Era.
 Philibert Commerson, AMémoires pour servir à l=Histoire du voyage du tour du monde fait par les vaisseaux du roy la Boudeuse et l=Étoile dans le cours des années 1766, 1767 et 1768";

Bibliothèque centrale, Muséum national d=Histoire naturelle, 58 rue Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 75005 Paris.
Title: Scenes in the Hawaiian islands and California.
Author:  Anderson, Mary E. (Mary Evarts), 1838-1905.
Publication Info: Boston,: American tract society, 1865.
Journal of an exploring tour beyond the Rocky Mountains,
Parker, Samuel, 1779-1866., American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.
Ithaca, N.Y.: The author, Mack, Andrus & Woodruff, printers, 1840.

Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2006


 The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci
952
On the encroachments of the sea on the land and vice versa.

OF WAVES.

A wave of the sea always breaks in front of its base, and that portion of the crest will then be lowest which before was highest.

[Footnote: The page of FRANCESCO DI GIORGIO’S Trattato, on which Leonardo has written this remark, contains some notes on the construction of dams, harbours &c.]

Taken from The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci edited by Jean Paul Richter, 1880.
http://www.fromoldbooks.org/Richter-NotebooksOfLeonardo/section-16/item-952.html


Whipple, A. B. C.: YANKEE WHALERS IN THE SOUTH SEAS, Whipple, Tuttle, 1985
An Authentic Narrative of four years' residence at Tongataboo, one of the Friendly Islands, in the South-Sea, By ------ who went thither in the Duff, under Captain Wilson, in 1796. With an Appendix, by an eminent writer.
VASON (George)]
Book Description: London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme; L. B. Seeley, and Hatchard, 1810., 1810. First Edition, engraved frontispiece a little off-set on title, engraved map, some staining of the text, errata leaf at end, xv, [1], 234, [2] pp., modern half calf, label. This is an authentic account of the life of the missionary George Vason who was one of the first ten Christian missionaries to arrive in Tonga. He left the missionaries at Tonga and lived among the natives for four years. He began to dress and live as a Tongan, and married one of the native girls. He built up an estate and became a prosperous Tongan gentlemen until the beginning of the civil wars in 1799. He was tattooed, and looked and spoke like a Tongan. He escaped the wars on the ship, Royal Admiral, and returned to Nottingham where he died in 1838. He told his story to James Orange and only two versions have been printed, this one in 1810 and one in 1840. His description of Tonga at the end of the eighteenth century is important in that it precedes William Mariner's longer account published in 1817, but the two accounts give uniquely objective reports of Tonga before and during the civil war. Hill, Pacific Voyages, p.306; Ferguson, 507b.
Page 101
Bathing is a very favourite amusement, in which they generally indulge two or three times .a day. Both sexes often play together in the water at the following diversion : they fix two posts, about a hundred yards distant from each other, in a depth of water about four feet, near the shore, and midway betwixt them is placed a large stone. Then dividing into two companies, the game is, which side can first tug the stone to their own post. In playing at this diversion with them, I have seen numbers at the bottom of the water together, bauling and pulling the stone different ways, with all the eagerness that contending parties, in the northern counties of England, exert themselves to drive the shinney to its goal. When a diver returned to the surface, for breath, another of his party instantly ...

Page 102
But they take particular delight in another amusement in the water, called Fumeefoo. They go down to the flat shore, at high water, when the swell rolls with great force to the land, and plunge in and swim some yards into the sea, then pushing themselves on the top of the swell, they ride in, close to the shore. It is astonishing to see with what dexterity they will steer themselves on the wave, one hand being stretched out, as the prow before, and the other guiding them like a rudder behind: and though they are riding in upon the swelling billow, with a frightful rapidity, that makes you apprehend they will be dashed and killed upon the shore, they will, with surprising agility, turn themselves suddenly, on one side, and darting back through the next wave, swim out to sea, till another swell waft them on towards shore; when, if inclined to land, they will again turn themselves on one side, and, awaiting the wave's return, dart through the refluent surge, and reach the shore in safety. Several hours are often spent at one time, in this sport, in which the women are as skilful as the men. I never attempted this diversion myself, as the trial might have been fatal.


    A Missionary Voyage to the Southern Pacific Ocean Performed in the Years 1976, 1797, 1798 in the Ship Duff Commanded by Captain James Wilson....
Wilson, William
Book Description: London T. Chapman 1799, 1799. English 1st ed. 4to, bound in contemporary calf that has been rebaked retaining the original spine. There is moderate wear and soiling to covers, but binding is sound. Contents are very good with light foxxing and soiling and an earlier owner's name written on the title page in ink. There are 13 plates- many are folding and are somewhat worn and mis- folded. Overall, a very good copy of this travel account with material on Rio De Janeiro, many Pacific Islands and China.
   
THE SECOND EDITION OF A VISIBLE DISPLAY OF DIVINE PROVIDENCE; OR, THE JOURNAL OF A CAPTURED MISSIONARY, DESIGNATED TO THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC OCEAN, IN THE SECOND VOYAGE OF THE DUFF, COMMANDED BY CAPTAIN THOMAS ROBSON....
Gregory, William:
Book Description: London. []., 1801. 178pp. plus six engraved plates and folding engraved map. Half antique calf and marbled boards, spine gilt, leather label. Old stamp on verso of map and a couple other leaves, some slight tanning. Else very good, untrimmed. Second edition of this rare Pacific voyage account, after the first of 1799. The ship, Duff, was part of the first missionary voyage in the South Pacific, during which the Gambier Islands were discovered. The present work treats the ship's second voyage, when the Duff was captured by Le Grand Buonaparte off Cape Frio in 1799. Gregory, one of the missionaries, provides a good description of Rio de la Plata, the harbor of Montevideo, and the people, customs, religion, etc., of the people of Paraguay. The plates depict the author's missionary establishment in Paraguay, as well as the "manner of catching Bullocks to kill," a view of the high mountain of Montevideo, and the scene of the capture of the Duff. The folding map is a chart of Rio de la Plata, with Buenos Aires evident in the upper left corner. This second edition includes a journal of the author's tour through northern Ireland in the summer of 1800. Apparently a rare work, not noted by Hill.
A missionary Voyage to the Southern Pacific Ocean, performed in the years 1796, 1797,1798, in the Ship Duff, Commanded by Captain James Wilson. Compiled from the Journals of the Officers and the Missionaries; And Illustrated with Maps, Charts, and Views...With a Preliminary Discourse on the Geography and History of the South Sea Islands...
Pacific Voyage] [London Missionary Society.]
Book Description: London: Printed by S. Gosnell for T. Chapman, 1799., 1799. 4to, original blue boards, early red paper spine (edges rubbed, small tape repairs to the spine; scattered foxing), untrimmed. Six engraved plates and seven maps (five folding). First edition. An attempt by the London Missionary Society to establish a mission in Tahiti, which got off to a successful beginning, but then failed. "Apart from its missionary interest, the work contains many valuable details regarding Tahiti, the Fiji Islands, Tonga, the Marquesas, etc," -Hill. A very good copy. Hill, Pacific Voyages, vol. 1, page 184; Sabin 49480.
T. Chapman by T. Gillet, 1799.
    THE SECOND EDITION OF A VISIBLE DISPLAY OF DIVINE PROVIDENCE; OR, THE JOURNAL OF A CAPTURED MISSIONARY, DESIGNATED TO THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC OCEAN, IN THE SECOND VOYAGE OF THE DUFF, COMMANDED BY CAPTAIN THOMAS ROBSON....
Gregory, William:
Book Description: London. []., 1801. 178pp. plus six engraved plates and folding engraved map. Half antique calf and marbled boards, spine gilt, leather label. Old stamp on verso of map and a couple other leaves, some slight tanning. Else very good, untrimmed. Second edition of this rare Pacific voyage account, after the first of 1799. The ship, Duff, was part of the first missionary voyage in the South Pacific, during which the Gambier Islands were discovered. The present work treats the ship's second voyage, when the Duff was captured by Le Grand Buonaparte off Cape Frio in 1799. Gregory, one of the missionaries, provides a good description of Rio de la Plata, the harbor of Montevideo, and the people, customs, religion, etc., of the people of Paraguay. The plates depict the author's missionary establishment in Paraguay, as well as the "manner of catching Bullocks to kill," a view of the high mountain of Montevideo, and the scene of the capture of the Duff. The folding map is a chart of Rio de la Plata, with Buenos Aires evident in the upper left corner. This second edition includes a journal of the author's tour through northern Ireland in the summer of 1800. Apparently a rare work, not noted by Hill. SABIN 28746.
A Voyage To The Cape Of Good Hope, Towards The Antarctic Polar Circle, And Round The World: But Chiefly Into The Country Of The Hottentots And Caffres, From The Year 1772, To 1776...
SPARRMAN, Anders [1747-1820].
Book Description: Perth: Printed By R.Morison Junior, For R.Morison And Son, Booksellers, Perth; G.Mudie, Bookseller, Edinburgh; And J.Lackington, Moorfields, London, 1789., 1789. 2 Volumes. 12mo. pp. xx, 264; vi, 260, [2]. (the 2 contents leaves for Vol. II bound in Vol. I). 10 plates (incl. folding frontis. in Vol. I), engraved by D.Lizars & 1 folding engraved map. 1 woodcut tailpiece. A very good set in contemporary sprinkled calf (light wear to bindings). armorial bookplate of Admiral Duff, dated 1858. Pirated Scottish Edition, based upon the second revised London edition of 1786, of this major eighteenth century account of South Africa and one of the earliest scientific descriptions of the country. Mendelssohn refers to it as the 'most trustworthy account of the Cape Colony and the various races of people then residing in it that had been published.'. Sparrman, a Swedish naturalist and former pupil of Linnaeus, joined Cook on his second voyage to the Pacific to assist Dr. Forster in the natural history work. The present narrative includes a brief description of that expedition in addition to Sparrman's journeys and natural history excursions in South Africa, to Namaqualand and through the coastal districts of the Great Fish River. Included in the appendix is a vocabulary of the Hottentot language. The plates include a folding view of the Cape and depictions of zoological subjects and native artifacts. Bagnall 5275a (n). Beddie 1281. Cox I 386n. Kroepelien 1227. Mendelssohn IV 362. cfGay 3125. cfHill 279. cfHocken 25. cfHolmes 53. cfNational Maritime Museum I 211.
    A MISSIONARY VOYAGE TO THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC OCEAN, 1796-1798.
Wilson, James
Book Description: New York, Praeger, 1968., 1968. VG+/VG+. 7 Folding Maps, 6 plates, with 5 of them fldg.; xix, xcix, 420 p. pages; .In the Ship Duff, commanded by Captain James Wilson, compiled from the journals of the officers and missionaries, and illustrated with maps, charts and views drawn by William Wilson, .geography and history of the South Sea Islands. Facsimile reprint edition, with intro. And bibliography.
    Memoirs of Captain James Wilson.
Griffin, John.
Book Description: Boston: Samuel T. Armstrong, And Crocker & Brewster, 1822., 1822. First American edition. Very good in original calf with leather spine label. An account of his enterprises and sufferings in India, his conversion to Christianity, his missionary voyage to the South S eas, and his peaceful and triumphant death. Wilson commanded the missionary ship 'Duff' on her1796-98 voyage to Tahiti. "The work contains many valuable details regarding Tahiti, Fiji, Tonga, and the Marquesas".
    A Narrative of Missionary Enterprises in the South Sea Islands with Remarks Upon the Natural History of the Islands, Origin, Languages, Traditions, and Usages of the Inhabitants.

Williams, John
Book Description: J. Snow, London, 1837. Marbled Boards, Leather. Book Condition: Fine. Baxter, G. (engravings) (illustrator). First Edition, Second Thousand. 8vo. xx, 590pp; colour frontispiece; engraved folding map; title page vignette; 25 bw text ills & portraits. Contemporary 1/2 calf with marbled boards, title in gilt to spine; 5 raised bands. Prev owners name on blank preliminary page; slight foxing to frontis and title page, map spotted (no tears), 4 small ticks (check marks), OK and 3 numbers (all in ink) on list of illustrations. Rev. John Williams (1796-1839) was the ablest missionary to the Polynesian people, and his book was the most printed and widely read of all the contemporary accounts. He was killed by islanders in the New Hebrides, in November 1839. The colour frontis features a tattooed native of Raratonga. This is an important early account of London Missionary Society activity in the pacific and scarce complete with frontis and map, especially in this condition.
 
 


Hiney, Tom: On the missionary trail. A journey through Polynesia, Asia, and Africa with the London Missionary Society.
Atlantic Monthly Press, 2000.
In 1821 the LMS deputized George Bennet and Daniel Tyerman to travel the world, to visit its stations and report on their progress. On the Missionary Trail is an extraordinary account of this expedition. Their journey would take them to the South Sea Islands, where they reported chiefs surfing, perpetual warfare, and sudden surges and retreats of Christianity based on the whims of local leaders; New Zealand, where they were nearly killed by Maoris mistreated by the last white visitors; China, where missionaries got around the government‘s prohibition on foreign residents by working as commercial translators for traders; the Indian subcontinent, where they evaded a tiger attack and witnessed a suttee. They attended a sumptuous wedding of a Chinese merchant‘s daughter, a human sacrifice in Oahu, and the first Christian coronation in Tahiti. Their last stop was the slave hub of Madagascar, where Tyerman died of exhaustion and Bennet had to escape the besieged mission house during the outbreak of tribal war in order to leave the country, finally returning home in 1829.
COURAUD, Jean-Pascal & DANIELSSON, BengtSURFING -
Surf: La reconquète Polynésienne / The story of a reconquest - Glisse Historique / The fall and rise of Polynesian Surfing (in Tahiti Magazine)
Papeete. 1990. Tahiti Magazine., 1990. Issue No. 20. Contains 2 articles P. 5 to 18 with 7 b/w drawings and 5 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. English and French text. 29.8 x 20.5.


Swimming / by Archibald Sinclair and William Henry ; with illustrations by S. T. Dadd and from photographs by G. Mitchell. (London : Longmans, Green. 1893) (Badminton Library)

This general work on swimming is notable partly for the illustrations of the various patented devices for aiding people to swim. These include flippers for the feet, webbings for the hands and pedal driven propellers.


Sterrett, James H.
      How to swim : being a practical treatise on swimming by a practical swimmer and a guide to the novice as well as expert / by James H. Sterrett ...  illustrated with 12 line drawings and 19 half-tone engravings (New York : American Sports Pub. Co., 1903)
1912?
http://archive.org/details/howtoswimpractic00ster
Daniels, C. M.
      How to swim and save life / by C. M. Daniels, H. Johannson and Archibald Sinclair (London : British Sports Publishing Co., 1907)
 

These are part of the Spalding's Athletic Library.
Speed swimming
http://archive.org/details/speedswimming04dani


Kellermann, Annette, 1886-1975.
      How to swim / by Annette Kellermann. (London : Heinemann, 1919)
 

Annette Kellermann was born in Sydney in 1886 and learned to swim at Dick Cavill's Baths on Sydney Harbour, near the present site of the Sydney Opera House, and by 1900 she was the champion female swimmer of New South Wales. The family moved to Melbourne, and Annette began to perform in aquatic displays, including high diving performances with Wirth's Olympia, near Prince's Bridge. Stage shows followed and Annette moved to England and Europe. In 1907 she moved to the United States where she continued her stage and exhibition appearances. She married a movie camera-man in 1912 and from 1916 began to appear in movies.

Annette was a celebrity swimmer and, in her book on Physical beauty, stresses the importance of strenuous sport for women,

    I insist that swimming is not only a splendid sport for women but that it is the sport for women - the one sport, in fact, with the possible exception of dancing, in which she can fully compete with men. (p. 85)


Dudley Heimrich was the swimming coach for the New South Wales Amateur Swimming Association. The 1920s was an important period in the history of swimming in Australia. The most notable local champion was “Boy” Charlton. “Boy's” portrait and a list of his achievements are included in Heimrich's book. He won the 1500 metres final at the Paris Olympics in 1924, setting a new world record.

Swimming has continued to be a strong Australian sport in the Olympics, the Commonwealth games, and other international competitions.


Mentor Magazine, Vol 5, No. 14, September 1, 1917. Published by the Mentor Assoc. of NYC.
This informative travel guide covers all the islands with surfing text and photos. Contains 20 photos (One of King Kalakaua and Robert Louis Stevenson, One surfing & one Waikiki Beach Pan, along with a map of all the islands, in a 16 page booklet! Along with 4 printed photos (Palace at Honolulu, Residence of Queen Liliuokalani, Statue of Kamehamea and Volcano of Kilauea, 9.5 inches wide by 7 inches tall, with very nice description along with information about Hawaii printed on back CONDITION: Very Good , A very nice edition with slight bunting, photos very nice will frame nice….. Will combine shipping cost on multiple items... We will be listing quite few things from our collection, vintage surfing photos and posters plus… All the best on eBay, Aloha ke Akua
BEST, Elsdon.    The Journal of Ensign Best 1837-1843 ;

Edited with an Introduction and Notes By Nancy M. Taylor.
Government Printer, Wellingon, 1966. . pp 465.
Coloured frontispiece, plates, maps. A Turnbull Library monograph. Account of sojourn in Australia, Norfolk Island and New Zealand. 
Best, Elsdon:  The Maori As He Was

R. E. Owen, Government Printer, Wellington, N.Z, 1952.

 Best, Elsdon:   THE DIVERSIONS OF THE WHARE TAPERE: SOME ACCOUNT OF THE VARIOUS GAMES, AMUSEMENTS, AND TRIALS OF SKILL PRACTISED BY THE MAORI IN FORMER TIMES [together with] NOTUS UPON WITHCRAFT, MAGIC RITES, AND VARIOUS SUPERSTITIONS AS PRACTISED OR BELIEVED IN BY THE OLD-TIME MAORI.
1901. Extract from TRANSACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF NEW ZEALAND, Volume 34, 1901. Stapled pamphlet,
Elsdon Best: Polynesian Voyagers. Maori as Deep-Sea Navigator, Explorer, Colonizer
 First Edition Dominion Museum, 1923; Paperback
Best, Elsdon:    Games and Pastimes of the Maori. An Account of Various Exercises, Games, and Pastimes of the Natives of New Zealand, As Practised in Former Times; Including Some Information Concerning Their Vocal and Instrumental Music.
Te Papa Press, Wellington, 2005. Paperback. . Reprint. 151x239mm Tall.
First published 1925, this is the second reprint without textual alteration.
BEST, Elsdon    The Maori Canoe
A.R. Shearer Government Printer, Wellington, New Zealand, 1976
ANGAS, George French    Polynesia, A Poplular Description of the Physical Features, inhabitants, Natural History, and Productions of the Islands of the South Pacific with an Account of Their Discovery, and of the Progress of Civilisation and Christianity Amongst Them
SPCK, London 1866.
Capper Press, Christchurch, 1973
A Popular Description of the Physical Features, Inhabitants, Natural History, and Productions of the Islands of the Pacific. With an Account of their Discovery, and the Progress of Civilization and Christianity Amongst Them.  (xii), 436pp & ads, folding frontis. map of the Pacific, woodblock ills. throughout.
Discussion of New Zealand, New Guinea, Hawaii, Fiji, Tonga, Samoa, Society, Cook & Austral Islands, Marquesas, New Caledonia, New Hebrides, Solomons, Carolines, Ladrones, Easter Island, Pitcairn & Norfolk Island. Also geological curiosities; barrier reefs, coral islands, volcanoes, some natural history.
ANGAS, GEORGE FRENCH.    Savage Life And Scenes In Australia And New Zealand.. Being an Artists Impressions of Countries and People at the Antipodes.
A.H. & A.W. Reed, Wellington Auckland and Sydney, in conjunction with Johnson Reprint Corporation, New York and London, 1967
Initially published by Smith, Elder and Co., London, 1847., 1847.
Two Volumes bound in One; Facsimile edition; 8vo; Vol. I. pp. xii, 340; 10 illustrations; Vol. II. pp. viii, 280; 11 illustrations, appendix; original blue cloth, title in gilt on spine and front board, dustjacket has light crushing and wear; a very good copy. . 
ANGAS, George French    The New Zealanders Illustrated
Reed, Methuen, Wellington, 1966.
Large folio. pp. 180. 60 plates and frontispiece
Facsimile edition of 750 copies of the original published in London in 1847

Angas, George French    Portraits of the New Zealand Maori
A.H. & A.W. Reed, Wellington, 1972.
Modern text by G.C. Petersen, Hon D Littt and S.M. Mead.
Tall folio 535x355mm, 49 plates plus map showing Angas's itinerary round New Zealand.
Angas, George French:    THE NEW ZEALANDERS ILLUSTRATED.
London: Thomas M'Lean, ., 1848.
The first collected format, after being issued as ten separate parts from 1846 to 1847. Dedicated to Prince Albert. A truly beautiful work, with many elaborate images of the Maori people, their domiciles, and animated celebrations. Of particular note are images of a Christian tribal leader in western dress, a variation on a May Pole with indigenous people swinging joyfully from its ropes, several examples of the elaborate facial tattooing of the natives, and numerous wonderful views of New Zealand landscape. In comparison with the rest of Oceania, color plate books on New Zealand have been undeservedly overlooked, but works such as the present volume give testament not only to the many fine images to be found, but also to the important anthropological insight these images provide.

In 1844 George French Angas (1822-1886) travelled some 800 miles through mainly uncharted territory. Angas's drawings of Maoris in native dress, their houses, totems, ornaments, weapons, wood carvings, funerals, war dances and customs form a record of a civilization that was about to undergo radical changes. Facing each plate, Angas writes interesting details about the portrayed person and his/her role in local life and/or New Zealand society. There are also some plates of New Zealand scenery, vulcanoes, forests, lakes, etc. The work contains an engraved dedication to Prince Albert, a six-page introduction of the main customs, and a list of subscribers. It was originally published in ten parts between 1846 and 1847.


The Journal of the Polynesian Society
 Volume XX? Number 183
Published 1921
Polynesian Society
The Use of the surfboard in New Zealand page 50 
Edmund Clarence Stedman, Ellen Mackay Hutchinson
A Library of American Literature from the Earliest Settlement to the Present Time
C. L. Webster  New York,1889
page 220

All about Hawaii: The Recognized Book of Authentic Information on Hawaii, Combined with Thrum's ...
 edited by Moray Epstein
The Honolulu Star-bulletin,1951
Pages 57 to 60.
Malvina *Hoffman Heads and Tales
Charles Scribner's Sons1936
416 pages
"My adventures and experiences of 'head-hunting' in the near and far corners of the earth--and how the hundred racial types in the 'Hall of Man' of the Field Museum in Chicago were selected and modelled on the road."--p. 3.
pages 13 and Kahanamokus page 183
Image: Page 184
Text: Surfing at Waikiki, Page 184-185

At the Gateways of the Day
 By Padraic Colum, Hawaiian Legend and Folklore Commission
Published 1924
Published for the
Hawaiian Legend
& Folklore Commission
, by the Yale University
Press; [etc., etc.]
217 pages
Ordered to China: Letters Written from China While Under Commission from the New York Sun During ...
 By Wilbur J. Chamberlin, Georgia Louise Chamberlin
Page 14
Outing
 By Caspar Whitney, Albert Britt
Published 1923
W.B. Holland
page 105
Bulletin
 By Dominion Museum (N.Z.), New Zealand. Dominion Museum Wellington
Published 1961
Aquatic Games and Pastimes  page 20
Putnam's Magazine of Literature, Science, Art, and National Interests
 Published 1870
G.P. Putnam & Son
page 32 - surfing in Tonga
 
 
 

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Sunset (Magazine)
By Southern Pacific Company,
Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept
Published 1898
Pages 8 and 10.
The Paradise of the Pacific
 By John Thomson Faris
Published 1929
Doubleday, Doran & Co
Pages 50, 103, 11 others.
The Outlook
 By Alfred Emanuel Smith
Published 1935,
Outlook Pub. Co.
pages 145-146 and others.
New Scientist
 Published 1971
New Science Publications
6 July 1978
Kellogh, Eva M. C.:The World and Its People - Book VIII Australia
Edited by Larkin Dunton
Norwood, MA: Norwood Press / Silver, Burdette & Company. 1897
http://archive.org/details/australiaandisl00duntgoog
NO TEXT CONTENT
ILLUSTRATIONS NOT IN THIS EDITION
Hawaiian canoes

Patterson, Samuel: NARRATIVE OF THE ADVENTURES AND SUFFERINGS OF SAMUEL PATTERSON.
Fairfield WA; Ye Galleon Press; 1967;, 1967. 144 pp.; Limited Reprint Edition #394 of 481.
This book is very important for its descriptions of Fiji and Hawaii. It also relates to the coast of Guinea, Havana, Guadaloupe, California, and the northwest coast of America, Australia and Canton. The author went to Hawaii in 1805, shipwrecked in 1808 in the Fijis, where he stayed for six months. He also was in California, Australia, and the Pacific Northwest.

NO CONTENT


 Holbein, Montague   Swimming
C Arthur Pearson, London, 1914.
This classic manual has recently enjoyed a modern reprinting.The original edition gives an amusing look at both the swimming culture and the style of publication of the early 20th century. A must have for any swimmer with a humorous sense of history and appreciation for novelty
Jessop, Gilbert L (editor)

OUTDOOR SPORTS. a Complete Guide to Field & Lawn Games, Swimming, Rowing, Minor Out-door Sports.etc.,
London: Cassell, 1913, London, 1913.
Hard Cover. Good. 336 pages including index. Red cloth, cricketer on spine (in colour), companion book to "Indoor Pastimes". Small hole in side of spine. Owner's stamp (R L Shields), price (7/6) and bookseller's stamp (Legge & Co, Cootamundra) inside front cover. IFC cracked. Rules and descriptions, playing hints and history of many sports and recreations. Cricket, base ball, archery. boat sailing, croquet, golf, etc.
 Lomas, Graham   The Will To Win: The Story Of Sir Frank Beaurepaire

Heinemann, 1960.
Hard Cover.  224pp. illustrated biography of Australian swimming champion & industrialist; foxing on top edge; jacket has wear & chips on edges.
 CLARKSON, ALAN.   Lanes Of Gold. 100 Years Of The N.S.W. Amateur Swimming Association.

Syd. Lester-Townsend., 1990., 1990.
Large. (207pp). Plates: Fully Illust throughout With B/W Photo's. Orig Red Cloth Bds In Illust D.J. Near Fine In Like D.J. A Comprehensive And Detailed History From 1890-1990 Of Australian Sporting Achievements And Records In Swimming, Diving, Synchronised Swimming And Water Polo. 1st ed. 
 HERN, ANTHONY  
The Seaside Holiday: The History Of The English Seaside Resort.
London: Cresset Press, 1967., 1967.
First edition. A social history of the transformation wrought upon small fishing towns with the advent and rise in popularity of the English seaside holiday. Demy 8vo. Fine in like dust jacket. Illustrated from contemporary prints and photographs.
 
Frank Fox:  Peeps At Many Lands: Oceania
Binding:   Hardback
London, Adam and Charles Black, 1911, 1st Edition
 Illustrated by Norman F. Hardy et.al.

Huntsman, Leone
Sand in Our Souls: The Beach in Australian History and Culture
Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Victoria, Australia, 2001
Booth, Douglas
AUSTRALIAN BEACH CULTURES The History of Sun, Sand and Surf
Book Description: Frank Cass Publishers 2001,
Tim McKenna and Guillaume Dufau
TEAHUPOO - La Vague Mythique de Tahiti
Papeete.  2007.  Au Vent des Iles
1st Ed., with a preface by Jack McCoy.
No pagination, 188 pages with 13 b/w and 159 colour photos by Tim Mckenna.
Pictorial board, dj.  French text.  New.  Oblong:  24 x 34.7 cms.
Don Hibbard:
The View From Diamond head - Royal Residence to Urban Re.sort.
First Edition 1986, 221 pages
Ingram, Norman Albert
Factual history of surf life-saving in New Zealand, 1910-1952
[compiled for the Council New Zealand Surf Life-Saving Association by N.A. Ingram, 1953].
The Lone Hand, Sydney, 1/6/1911.
Illustration by Norman Lindsay accompanying a South Seas story.
Visited Europe 1909, returned to Melbourne 1911.
...was an illustrated monthly magazine modelled on the London Strand. It was published from 1907-21 and was extremely popular. It published mainly literary works including poetry, short stories and literature reviews. It was published under the control of the Bulletin throughout its lifetime.
Finney, Ben: "Surfboarding In Oceania: Its Pre-EuropeanDistribution"
Weiner Volkerkundiliche.Mitterlungen
Vol. 5  1962 pp41-2
Ronald S.Funnell's The Art of Surf-riding, 1934,
Ford, Alexander Hume: "Australia Through American Eyes"
The Red Funnel, Dunedin (NZ?), June 1 1908 page 468.
Healey, Cecil: The Crawl Stroke
U.K., Booklet circa 1912-1915 (?) which had a circulation of 20,000 for free distribution in the United Kingdom.
Healey, Cecil:"The Duke Reaches Sydney"
The Referee, Sydney, 16/12/1914.

Sydney Morning Herald, 22/12/1914, page 12.
Anouncement of Freshwater Exhibition.
COLNETT, Captain James A Voyage to the South Atlantic and round Cape Horn into the Pacific... London, for the Author, 1798
Colnett did not visit Hawaii on this voyage, but he had on his earlier voyage as master of the Prince of Wales in 1787-88, making him one of the earliest visitors to the islands. He discusses this earlier voyage in the preface here and makes occasional other references to events in Hawaii.

Deck and Port:
Incidents of a Cruise in the United States Frigate CongressNCIDENTS OF A CRUISE
to California with Sketches of Rio Janeiro, Valparaiso, Lima, Honolulu and San Francisco.

Rev. Walter Coulton, U.S.N.,

A. S. Barnes and Company, 51 and 53 John Street, New York, 1850.

Page 13

While enjoying the luxury of sea-bathing at Sachem's Head, I received an order to report for duty on board the U. S. Frigate Congress, fitting for sea at Norfolk.
Departed Saturday; Oct. 25, 1845.

CHAPTER XI. SKETCHES OF HONOLULU.

Page 328
(Arrival in Honolulu)

Wednesday, June 10.
The bay of Honolulu is only a bend in the shore.
About a mile from the strand, a coral reef emerges, over which the rollers pour their perpetual surge.
Through this reef, nature has left a narrow passage, which admits smaller vessels, but a ship of our depth is obliged to anchor outside, and nearly two miles distant from the shore.

The right extremity of the bay, as you enter it, is guarded by the steep cone of an exhausted volcano, which has taken the less terrific name of Diamond Hill.
The left is defended by a bold bluff, which shoulders its way, with savage ferocity, into the roaring sea.
The town of Honolulu stretches along the interval, while close in the background soars the wild crater of another extinguished volcano, under the bewildering name of the Punch-Bowl.
The steeps beyond are broken into deep ravines, which wind off in rich verdure into the heart of the island
 

Page 339

We passed near the shore a large number of canoes, in which the natives were engaged in fishing.
They keep them pointed towards the sea, and one person vigorously at work with the paddles, so that the rollers, which set in here with great force, may ...

Page 340

... not heave them high and dry on the beach.
They show great skill in the management of these treacherous canoes.
A novice would upset one before he was well in.
They are often themselves capsized, but it costs them only a ducking; the canoe is instantly righted, and they are back again in its hollow.
As for the water, it is almost as much their element as that of the fish for which they angle.
They can dive from ten to fifteen fathoms, and bring up shells; or swim many miles without apparent fatigue. There is a native woman, now living in Honolulu, who, being wrecked at sea, swam twenty miles to the shore of a neighboring island.
Her husband, of feebler constitution, gave out; she buoyed him up, swimming with him till they had come in sight of the shore, when he sank overpowered.
Still she clung to him, and brought the lifeless form to the beach.
Give me a kanacka wife in a gale.

Page 348
Chapter XII. Sketches of Honolulu.
Surf Sport of the Natives.

Thursday, June 18 (1846)

Page 352
Nothing here has amused me more than the surfsports of the young chiefs. Each takes a smooth board, of some eight feet in length, leads it over the coral shallows far out into the sea, and when a tremendous roller is coming in, jumps upon it, and the roller carries him upon its combing top, with the speed of an arrow, to the shore. A young American, who was among them, not liking to be outdone in a sport which seemed so simple, thought he would ...

Page 353
try the board and billow. He ventured out a short distance, watched his opportunity, and, as the roller came, jumped upon his plank, was capsized, and hove, half strangled, on the beach.

" There, breathless, -with his digging nails he clung
Fast to the sand, lest the returning wave,
From whose reluctant roar his life he wrung,
Should suck him back to her insatiate grave."

The young females are as fond of the water as the men. We passed in a boat yesterday a group of them sitting on the coral reef a mile out at sea. They were enjoying the surf, which broke over them with each successive billow. Now and then a stronger, wave would sweep some of them from their perch, and bear them to a great distance in its whirling foam. But they would soon swim back again amidst the laughter of their companions. They were without covering, and plunged under the water till our boat had got past, and then recovered their posi-, tion on the reef; and there they sat like mermaids,

Serene amid the breakers' roar,
Their dark locks floating on the surge,
Attuning shells, through which they po"ur
The solemn ocean's mimic dirge.

Departed Honolulu Tuesday, June 23.


COTTEAU, Edmond En Océanie: Voyage autour du Monde en 365 Jours 1884-1885 Paris, Librairie Hachette et Cie, 1888
Although Cotteau circumnavigated the globe, much of the book, as the title implies, is devoted to his time in the Pacific, and especially his lengthy stay in Australia in 1884. Cotteau travelled right down the east coast, much of it by rail, and his book is not only richly detailed but also well-illustrated regarding his time in the country. He was particularly interested in both the natural history and the condition of the Aborigines. He returned to Europe via San Francisco, Mexico and the Caribbean.
COULTER, John Adventures in the Pacific...
Dublin, William Curry Jnr., 1845
A surgeon on the Stratford during her voyage in 1832-1836, Coulter describes his visits to various South American ports, and the Galapagos Islands, and gives an account of whaling, including his personal experience of killing a whale. A long stay was made at the Chatham Islands where he toured the island and found a skeleton in an abandoned hut. He made three stops at Tahiti and gives a general account and discusses the English missionaries there in some detail.
 

Volume 1
Page 33
CHAPTER IV.

STEER CLOSE ON THE WIND FOR THE COAST OF AMERICA. SIGHT

CAPE BLANCHO, THE SOUTHERN POINT OF GULF OF GUAYA

QUILL. ANCHOR AT TACAMES. — MELANCHOLY NEWS.— SHIP

CHARLES'OF LONDON. HER CAPTAIN AND SURGEON DROWNED.

ASPECT OF THE LAND FROM ANCHORAGE. HEAVY BREAKERS IN-SHORE. — OUR LANDING. — DESCRIPTION OF THE TOWN

OF TACAMES.

Page 38

The spot on which the town is situated is low: I may say scarcely raised above the level of the sea; but at the back of it and all round inland the hills tower one above the other in strange irregularity, and with original picturesque effect. In every direction that the eye may wander, even to the hilly summits, is one dense forest of the most luxuriant appearance; the variety in the colour of the foliage is really enchanting to gaze upon, but the chief mass of it is of a bright green. In approaching the beach fronting the town, for half a mile from the shore, there is to be passed through a surf of a very formidable kind: it begins to rise high a long distance out, and breaks with roaring fury several times before it scatters itself on the beach, and great care must be DESCRIPTION OF TACAMES. 39

taken by any boat's crew going through it, to avoid the disaster that proved so fatal to poor Butcher and his surgeon.

There ought to be a stout experienced man at the steer-oar, as everything then depends in keeping the boat right before the breakers, or straight against them, in effecting a landing or coming off again. Well, we foamed through those breakers in a very dashing manner, and effected our landing with only a fair sprinkling of the surf that boiled high around us.
 


DELESSERT, Eugène Voyages dans les Deux Océans... Paris, A. Franck, 1848
First edition: 'an important French illustrated book. Most of the main ports of the Orient and Polynesia, as well as Australia, were visited and reported upon by this observant traveler. This appears to be the only edition of this title...' (Hill). Delessert's book is richly illustrated with engravings of native fauna, Aborigines and Sydney views. 'During his sojourn in New South Wales the author took great interest in sport. He recounts his experiences and observations...' (Ferguson).
http://books.google.com.au/books?id=ARw7AAAAcAAJ&source=gbs_book_other_versions
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DIXON, Captain George A Voyage Round the World... London, George Goulding, 1789
First edition of Dixon's narrative, a companion to Portlock's account of the same voyage. The voyage was initiated by the King George's Sound Company, with the intention of establishing the fur trade in North America, although the Company's two ships - the Queen Charlotte under Dixon, and the King George commanded by Portlock - also called in at the Isle of Guernsey, Cape Verde Islands, Falkland Islands, Cape Horn, Sandwich Islands (three times), Macao, Canton, and St. Helena.
FANNING, Edmund Voyages round the World... New York, Collins & Hannay 1833
Fanning's interesting record of twenty-five years of Pacific voyages is of considerable Australian interest. Among various events worth noting are the rescue of the Rev. William Pascoe Crook, the missionary landed in the South Seas from the Duff; sealing in the South Seas and off the coast of New Holland; a visit to King George's Sound; and an account of Simeon Lord of Sydney and his sealing and sandalwood adventures.
NO SURFING



FLEURIEU, Charles Pierre Claret de Voyage autour du Monde... Paris, Imprimerie de la République, An VI 1798
At the Northwest coast he obtained a large cargo of furs, sailed south to Hawaii, through the Marianas and reached Macao on 27 November 1791.
BYRON, GEORGE ANSON.
GRAHAM, Maria, compiler Voyage of H.M.S. Blonde to the Sandwich Islands... London, John Murray, 1826
First edition of a famous Pacific voyage account, and an important and extensive illustrated description of Hawaii in the mid-1820s.
KEATE, George An Account of the Pelew Islands, situated in the western part of the Pacific Ocean... London, Printed for G. Nicol 1788
Keate's Pelew Islands was one of the most popular eighteenth-century books on the Pacific, and remains the main source for early knowledge of the Palau Islands in Micronesia.
McCrady, Elizabeth F    Children of Foreign Lands
Platt & Munk Co. New York 1937
Vaka Moana, Voyages of the Ancestors: The Discovery and Settlement of the Pacific
UNIV OF HAWAII PR, 2007.
This richly illustrated collection of scholarly articles on Pacific voyaging, past and present, features 400 color and black-and-white photographs, maps, and diagrams, along with contributions by Ben Finney, Sam Low, Anne Salmond and other experts.
Horden, Lesley
Children of One Family: The Story of Anthony and Ann Horden and Their Descendants in Australia, 1825-1925
Retford Press. Sydney., 1985.
Australian Life In Town And Country.. Illustrated..
BULEY, E.C.
London, George Newnes Limited, MCMV (1905)
pp. xii, 288 (+ 8 pages of advertisements); b/w frontispiece, 15 b/w plates, index;

This is a great vintage ad from Sept. 15, 1928 Town and Country Magazine.  (USA)
Great ad for Hawaii and surfboarding in Waikiki.
The reverse side has a nice ad for 1928 New Silver Anniversary Buick
Sea Power Magazine, June 1917.
Photograph of surfer


Log of HMS Surry,
Capt. Thomas Raines, written by the ship´s doctor, giving account of Pitcairn call of April 1821.
Australian Sport & Surfriding ..........magazine......Jan 1964........special 16 pages on top board riders.........cover with Surfer on board........good condition
Surf in Australia The Official Organ of the Surf Life Saving Association of Australia Vol 2, Numbers 1-12, September 1937 to August 1938
Surf Life Savers]Surf Life Saving Association of Australia 1936-1937, Sydney, 1937. Hardback. Book Condition: A very good+ copy. Includes articles on board riding, surf carnivals, local clubs, etc. Also contains many photographs and illustrations. Bound together in blue cloth. Over 300 pages.
 OCTOBER 1971 VOL.12, NO.4 SURFER MAGAZINE. Cover shot of Gerry Lopez at Ala Moana by John Severson. Interviews with Dick Brewer and Owl Chapman (TRiFin Photo). Great article on France by the late Gerald Saunders (including several photos of Gerald ) featuring a color shot of Miki Dora at Hossegor. Another article by Dora himself on Brazil. Articles written by "Da Cat" and published by Surfer were rare indeed. Included are other articles by John Severson, John Hogan, Rodney Sumpter, Tom Morey, Drew Kampion plus more. Photos of Lopez at Ala Moana. Super article on Rincon by Kemp Aberg also.
DECEMBER 1971 VOL.12, NO.5 SURFER MAGAZINE. Cover shot of Bob Grammill by John Ramuno. Rare, in that this is the only cover of Surfer Magazine to feature body surfing. I think it was taken in Newport. Fantastic articles on Cape St. Francis and Maalea.  Also articles by Drew Kampion, Gary Chapman, Rodney Sumpter, John Rumano plus more. Interview with the late Bruce Valluzzi including photos. Great piece on The Ranch. Shots of Steve Lis and Jeff Ching at Big Rock. Complete 2 page B&W Murphy Maui cartoon by Rick Griffin.

Trifin ad and SURFSTRAP


 JANUARY 1971 VOL.11, NO.6 SURFER MAGAZINE. Cover shot by Steve Simpson. Articles by Rich Wilken, Brooks Thomas, Peter French, Scott Preiss and more. Fantastic article on Kauai by Steve Pezman. Article on the 1970 U.S.Championships at Huntington, where Sunset Cliffs local Dennis Doyle took fifth, by Drew Kampion. Contains the famous "In The Pope's Living Room" Jock Sutherland interview by Drew Kampion. Includes a full 2 page B&W Murphy cartoon by Rick griffin.

Pedro Fernandez De Quiros, Clements Robert Markham (Translator)
The Voyages of Pedro Fernandez de Quiros V1: 1595-1606
Hakluyt Society, 1904
Kraus Reprint Limited,
Nendeln/Liechtenstein 1967
Kessinger Publishing, : 2007
PHILLIPS , H.    THE ROUND TRIP INCLUDING MANLY, PITTWATER, HAWKESBURY RIVER ETC. Photographed, engraved and printed by H. Phillips, Sydney
No Date c.1910 ., 1910. 24pp. 51 x 21cms. Original wrappers . Includes general photographs of Manly beach and surf lifesaving drills and carnivals. Two photos of surfers, one male, one female. Other photos include Palm Beach jetty, pittwater and the Hawkesbury River Bridge.
Jackson Ivan: Sand Between My Toes : The Story of Surf Lifesaving in New Zealand.
Auckland, Penguin Group, 2006., 2006. paperback. Illustrated with photographs in colour and black and white. 26 cm. 215 pages.
Jaggard, Edwin:    A CHALLENGE ANSWERED. A History of Surf Lifesaving in Western Australia.
N.p. (?Perth), (Surf Life Saving Association of Australia W.A. State Centre), n.d. (1979). Wrappers, illust., pp. 138.
Flanagan,Jim:    The Bronze Norcoasters : 50 Years of Lifesaving Far North Coast Branch S.L.S.A Of Australia
Northern Star Press. Card., numerous photos, lists of office bearers, medal winners,
The Sydney Mail Newspaper Wednesday March 6 1918. War Issue No188
Manly Charity Carnival, Headstand on Surfboard.
White, Cameron: 1. Picnicking and Promenading in the late nineteenth century
www.arts.usyd.edu.au/departs/auststud/2006/ASTR2601/ASTR2601_Cameron_White_A.pdf -
BODDAM-WHETHAM. J. W.    PEARLS FROM THE PACIFIC
Hurst & Blacket, London, 1876. xiv + 362pp. Illus.
Travels in Hawaii, Samoa & Fiji.
Kellermann, Annette: How to Swim
 George H. Doran, New York. 1918,
Horwitz, Tony: The Devil May Care, :
Oxford University Press, New York, 2003.
Horwitz has assembled a great group of adventurers including John Smith, John Ledyard, George Catlin, Grizzly Adams, John Charles Fremont, California Joe, Hiram Bingham, Belle Livingstone, Duncan Hines, Annette Kellerman, Duke Kahanamoku, and many others. He has contributed an introduction and brief comments concerning each adventurer. There is a list of the authors of the individual articles, and various notes and indexes. Not a scholarly book, but very readable, and sources and references are well listed.



JOHNSTON, Ivy and Judy
BLACK AND GOLD - The Story of Life Saving in the Borough of Queenscliff - A History of Point Lonsdale Surf Life Saving Club. 1947-1987
Port Phillip. 1987.  1st Ed. V, 336 PP with 3 maps and 190 b/w illustrations.


Jaggard, Edwin:
A CHALLENGE ANSWERED. A History of Surf Lifesaving in Western Australia.
N.p. (?Perth), (Surf Life Saving Association of Australia W.A. State Centre), n.d. (1979)


Longhurst, Robert
Bush to Beach A History of the Noosa Heads Surf Life Saving Club
Noosa Heads Surf Life Saving Club Incorporated., Noosa Heads, QLD, Australia, 2003.

Downes, Jim
ROYAL LIFE The Royal Life Saving Society Australia 1894 - 1994. a History of the Royal Life Saving Society - Australia
Royal Life Saving Society Australia, Sydney, 1994.



MCROBBIE. Alexander.
GUARDIANS OF THE BEACH. The History of the Northcliffe Surf Life Saving Club 1947-1997.
Northcliffe Surf Life Saving Club. Gold Coast, QLD. 1997

Tabulo, Tom
The Pacific Surf Life Saving Club : the first forty years : 1947-1987
McMahons Point, N.S.W. : Weldons, c1987.



Richards, L G; Richards, A H; Cahill, J A F
The First Sixty Years A History of the Palm Beach Surf Life Saving Club 1921 1981
Australia, 1981, Second Edition.
“This book includes the Pacific Club,the Cabbage Tree Club and the Palm Beach Surf Club it is the second edition, the first was written by L.G. and A. H. Richards in 1971,this edition is an updated version with some new facts and photographs.”

Longhurst, Robert
I'm Telling You, Burleigh Heads Will Do : A 75 Year History of the Burleigh Heads-Mowbray Park Surf Life Saving Club 1923-1998.
Burleigh Heads-Mowbray Park Surf Life Saving Club, Burleigh Heads, QLD, Australia, 1998.


JAGGARD, Edwin.
THE PREMIER CLUB. Cottoesloe Surf Life Saving Club's First Seventy-Five Years.
Surf Life Saving Club. Cottesloe, WA. 1984.


SPILLMAN, Ken
CUSTODIANS AND CHAMPIONS - the story of the City of Perth Life Saving Club
City Beach, City of Perth Life Saving Club, 1988.
Poole,E.A. (Ted) (compiled by)
Why and Later Avoca Beach Surf Life Saving Club 1929-1979 A Review in Pictures of 50 Years
Avoca Beach Surf Life Saving Club, Avoca Beach N.S.W., 1979.


Cottman & Carthew, Janita/ Brian
Rebels with a Cause
Self published, 1994.
“40 years of Trigg Island Surf Life Saving.”


Devlin, Ralph
Home of the Black Swan : Maroochydore Surf Life Saving Club 1916 to 1991
Brisbane: The Printing Office, Brisbane, 1991, 1st edition,


Winders J. R.
Surf Life Saving in Queensland
Council of the Queensland State Center of the Surf Life Saving Association of Australia, Brisbane, 1969.
Surf in Australia The Official Organ of the Surf Life Saving Association of Australia Vol 2, Numbers 1-12, September 1937 to August 1938

Max Colwell    Whaling Around Australia
Rigby, Adelaide, 1977.

MCKENZIE, J. ALEX. S. (compiler)
WHALES OF TALES - A COLLECTION OF REMARKABLE WHALING STORIES - AMAZING TALES OF SHIPWRECK, AND OF THE TERRIFYING AND DEADLY DENIZENS OF THE DEEP.
Eden Killer Whale Museum, Eden NSW, 1991.

Max Colwell and Peter Lancaster Brown
True Australian Tales - Whaling Around Australia and Australia's Coast of Coral and Pearl
Seal Books, Australia, 1995.

 Kerr, Margaret & Colin   Australia's Early Whalemen
Rigby, 1980.

Heppingstone, I.D.:    AMERICAN WHALERS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIAN WATERS.
1969. In EARLY DAYS, Vol.VII, Part I, 1969.
Hough, Henry    Great Days of Whaling
HOUGHTON MIFFLIN AUSTRALIA PTY.

DAKIN, William John    WHALEMEN ADVENTURERS IN SOUTHERN WATERS - The Story of Whaling in Australian Waters and other Southern Seas, from the days of sail to modern times
Sydney. 1977. Angus & Robertson

 WELLINGS, H. P.   SHORE WHALING AT TWOFOLD BAY - Once An Important Industry - Now Defunct.
D. S. Ford, Sydney, c. 1945

JONES, David  and Rodger Elliot  The Whalers of Tangalooma.
The Nautical Association of Australia Inc, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, 1980.
Tangalooma Island Resort, Moreton Is., 1993.

Sayers,M.C., Illustrated by Jan Neil Port Fairy Pioneer Whaling Station
Victoria Australia: Mullaya Publications, 1975, 

Morton, Harry: The Wind Commands. Sailors and Sailing Ships in the Pacific
 Wesleyan University Press, CT:, 1975.
 Bowden, K M   CAPTAIN JAMES KELLY OF HOBART TOWN
Melbourne University Press, 1964.

    BENJAMIN BOYD IN AUSTRALIA - Shipping Magnate, Merchant, Banker, Pastoralist, Councillor, Town Planner, Whaler.
D. S. Ford, Printers, Sydney, c. 1950s
Blue Gum Clippers and Whale Ships of Tasmania.
LAWSON, Will (and The Shiplovers' Society of Tasmania).
Launceston D&L Book Distributors 1986
O'MAY, Harry
WOODEN HOOKERS OF HOBART TOWN & WHALERS OUT OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND
 Hobart. 1978. Govt. Printer.
Scammon, Charles Melville
Journal Aboard the Bark Ocean Bird on a Whaling Voyage to Scammon's Lagoon, Winter of 1858-1859
 Dawson's Book Shop, Los Angeles, 1970
Captain Scammon was one of the whaling captains who came to know Baja California best. He was an early whaler in the then little-known waters that include the lagoon that now bears his name. This volume reprints his journal of his whaling bark Ocean Bird for 1858 and 1859.

Landauer, Lyndall Baker    Scammon: Beyond the Lagoon a Biography of Charles Melville Scammon
Associates of the J. Porter Shaw Library in cooperation with the Institute for Marine Information, San Francisc, 1986


David W. Forbes: Encounters with Paradise: Views of Hawaii and Its People, 1778-1941
University of Hawaii Press, 1992.

Sampson, Alfonzo: Three Times Around the World
Express Printing Company, Buffalo, 1867.
"Sidney Rangers", Honolulu 1851, pages 57-58.
Coffs Harbour Surf Life Saving Club.
Coffs Harbour Surf Life Saving Club 1923-1983 : the first 60 years .
797.209944 COF (187460)
Symonds, Tom
 Maroubra Surf Club: The First 75 Years
Lester-Townsend Publishing, Sydney, 1982
797.209944 SYM (39885)
Pollard, Ken: History of Torquay Surf Life Saving Club : the first fifty years, 1945-1995.
Torquay Surf Life Saving Club, Torquay, Vic., 1996.
797.209945 POL (170946)

Scammon, Charles M  THE MARINE MAMMALS OF THE NORTHWESTERN COAST OF NORTH AMERICA
Dover Publications, New York, 1968.
  599.5091643 SCA (41022)
The Out Door Library
ATHLETIC  SPORTS
Charles Scribners Sons, (US), 1897
This 318 page book has a chapter on the early tennis years by Robert D Wrenn the four time U S champion.
Crawford, M. Leola: Seven Weeks in Hawaii, by an American Girl.
John J. Newbegin., San Francisco., 1917.
Hard cover. , Cloth 12mo. Frontis, over 50 illus. Glossary. Letters full of enthusiasm from a touring American to her mother. She lived only two blocks from the ex-Queen, visited Kilauea, and surfed with Duke Kahanamoku. 112pp. B/w photos.
 History of the South Sea Islanders on the Tweed by Johnny Itong, published 1994.

 The Canecutters by Geoff Burrows and Clive Morton.
Melbourne University Press 1986.Arcadia Publishing (SC), 2006.
Chapter 15 Big Rivers, covers kanakas of northern NSW. Many names and photos.
Tommy Tanna  (A White Woman to her Kanaka Swain)
Music: Martin Wesley-Smith (b. 1945)
Lyric: anonymous. first published in The Bulletin 1895
Sydney 1965, 1997

Avon-By-The-Sea
Delores Musante Gensch
: Arcadia Publishing (SC), 2000. 
Newport Beach
Jeff Delaney
Arcadia Publishing (SC), 2006. 
Redondo Beach: 1880-1930
Historical Commission of Redondo Beach
Arcadia Publishing (SC), 2006. 
Huntington Beach
Chris Epting
Arcadia Publishing (SC), 2008

Surfing in San Diego
Jane Schmauss, John C. Elwell
Arcadia Publishing (SC), 2007. . 
Hollywood Surf and Beach Movies: The First Wave,
Thomas Lisanti, Tom Lisanti
McFarland & Company, 2005.


 Sports and Games of the Ancients
Steve Craig
Greenwood Press, 2002. 
    THE CORFU LIFEBUOY History of the North Wollongong Surf Life Saving Club 1908 to 1996
Sydney . North Bondi Surf Life Saving Club . 2006.,

READY AYE READY A Century of Life Saving 1906-2006
ELDER , Bruce
Sydney . North Bondi Surf Life Saving Club . 2006.,
LOOKING FORWARD. LOOKING BACK A History of Wollongong City Surf Life Saving Club 1915-2000
McNEILL, Ian
Wollongong . Wollongong City Surf Life Saving Club . 2003
Surf in Australia
The Official Organ of the Surf Life Saving Association of Australia Vol 2, Numbers 1-12, September 1937 to August 1938 

Brodie, Walter “Pitcairn’s Islands and the Islanders in 1850” London, Whittaker (1851)
Vamplew, Wray & Brian Stoddart (eds):Sport In Australia: A Social History
Cambridge University Press Cambridge 1994,

 Town and Country,
'Sights in Fiji', dated Nov 27, 1907.
People Magazine February 26(?)1965
with girl and malibu on front
has 3 page article called surf addicts including pitcures of Bobby Brown and Midge Farrelly surfing
Five Little Starrs in Hawaii
Roy, Lillian Elizabeth
Book Description: New York: A.L Burt Company, New York. Decorative Cloth. Book Condition: Good. No Jacket. Reprint. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Decorative Cloth. No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Olive green cloth with brighter green and black line drawings of the 5 "Starrs" on each corner and one in center.Initials of artist on lower front cover but not credited on tp. (1919 Platt & Nourse). Reprint ed. 291p. Frontis illustrations. Little light fox and silver fish damage to fore edge; else overall contents and Good & tight. Bookplate ep. Little light soil to front eps, couple dots of fox to rear eps. Cover little damaged by silverfish; light pencil line down part of front cover; else Good. The five little Starrs hit Honolulu, Waikiki sports, go on a shark hunt, visit the plantations and Kilauea, go to an ostrich farm,learn legends, etc. Bookseller Inventory # 1835

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Captain Cook - his artists - his voyages' 
With Lord Byron at the Sandwich Islands in 1825 : Being Extracts from the MS Diary of James Macrae, Scottish Botanist

Petroglyph Press, Hawaii, 1972. Booklet.
Peabody Museum of Salem, Salem, Massachusetts, U.S.A., 1981.
 Surfboarding: The Sport of Hawaiian Kings (Strenght & Health Magazine)
Waters, Bill; Duke Kahanamoku
Strength and Health Magazine Co., 1939. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. June 1939 issue of Strength and Health Magazine, with articles on weightlifting and other sports activites, features short article on surfing with some details onDuke kahanamoku, two photos of surfing but I don't think either one is of Duke.
Boy’s Own Paper. May 1961, 1961.
Boy’s Own Paper. May 1961, 1961. In illustrated limp paper covers. 64pp. Prof. ills. in monochrome and b/w. In very good condition. Slightly rubbed around edges with small creases. Else a clean and tight copy. Vol 83, No 8. A mid 1950s edition of the popular boys’ magazine which ran until the late 1960s. This edition has a Biggles story by W.E.Johns and articles on Test Cricket, Rugby Sevens, surfing, sailing, adjusting cycle gear hubs. Many fascinating advertisements of the period

 'Surf Bathing at Manly Beach.
Photo taken from top of a pine tree near Gentlmen's Dressing enclosure in the Esplanade', dated Jan 16 1907,double page centre spread page
Salvaged from a mangled bound copy of the Australian Town and Country journal, published in Sydney. 
The Sport Magazine for Oct 1961, features great Dawn Fraser cover. Includes articles and plans for building surfboards, plus riding.
The Sport Magazine for Jan 1962, features great Roy Emreson & Margaret Smith cover. Includes article on "Green Water Daredevils" surfing
Hi Sibley: Powerized Paddleboard
Science and Mechanics v. XXII June 1951 p. 139
Hi Sibley: Raft for lifesaving and play
Popular Mechanics v. 113 (May 1960) p. 153 1960
RAY SLATTERY
GRAB THE BELT
Epic Australian Surf Rescues, HORWITZ 1963
J. Richard Nokes
Almost a Hero: The Voyages of John Meares, R.N., to China, Hawaii and the Northwest Coast
Washington State University, 1998.
Meares, John.
Voyages made in the years 1788 and 1789, from China to the North-West Coast of America.
N. Israel. Amsterdam. Da Capo Press. New York. 1967
Facsimile reprint of 1790 London ed.
 Colnett, James  Howay, F. W. (editor)
Colnett's Journal Aboard the Argonaut
Greenwood Press, New York, 1968.
Facsilile of 1940 edition of the Champlaign Society Publication.
 Colnett, James,  Galois, Robert (editor)
A Voyage to the North West Side of America: The Journals of James Colnett, 1786-89
UBC Press, Vancouver. 2004,
Bennett, F. D.,
Narrative of a Whaling Voyage Round the Globe,
London, 1840.

Everybody's with Disc magazine November 20 1963.
Surfing story 2 pp with color pics 16 year old Pearl Turton Queen of the Surfers at Palm Beach , Lenea Greefield on a board, 4 pics of Australian girls surfing.
Corney, Peter, d. 1836
 Voyages in the Northern Pacific : narrative of several trading voyages from 1813 to 1818, between the north-west coast of America, the Hawaiian Islands and China, with a description of the Russian establishments on the north west coast : interesting early account of Kamehameha's realm...and sketch of a cruise in the service of the independents of South America in 1819
Honolulu : Thrum, 1896.
Reprinted from The London Literary Gazette of 1821.
Boys' Life - Aug 1964 - Vol. 54, No. 8  pages 45 - Magazine
STYROFOAM SKIMMER A LIGHTWEIGHT WATER-RIDING PADDLEBOARD By HI SIBLEY 96- 4^" ... Sibley.

Tonga, where the late king, Taufa'ahau Tupou IV

"King Taufa’ahau Tupou IV had absolute rule for more than 40 years. It was in 1967 after the death of Queen Salote that the new King inherited the loyalty that the people had shown for his mother.
The King was quite an athlete in his earlier days as a proficient pole-vaulter, cricketer, and rugby player. He was also credited with introducing surfing to his island home."
http://hubpages.com/hub/My-Visit-to-the-King



George Augustus Selwyn

A. W. Reed
Pickering & Inglis, 1947.
 A biography of George Augustus Selwyn, 1809-1878, primate of New Zealand and bishop of Lichfield. 
Churchman Militant : Gerorge Augustus Selwyn Bishop of New Zealand and Lichfield
John H Evans
George Allen, 1964.
Memoir of the Life and Episcopate of George Augustus Selwyn, D.D. Bishop of New Zealand, 1841-1869 (2); Bishop of Lichfield, 1867-1878
Henry William Tucker
General Books, United States, 2009.
Martyr of the Islands. The Life and Death of John Coleridge Patteson.
Gutch, John.
Hodder and Stoughton, London., 1971
God's Gentlemen: A History Of The Melanesia Mission, 1849-1942
Hilliard, David
University Of Queensland Press, St Lucia, 1978.

Pacific Islands Portraits
Davidson, J W & Deryck Scarr
Australian National University Press, Canberra 1973, 1973.
This book documents the social history of the Pacific Islands (early 19th century - 1914). There are chapters on King George Tupou 1 of Tonga; Cakobau & Ma'afu of Fiji; Baiteke & Binoka of the Gilbert Islands; Kwaisulia of the Solomon Islands; Lauaki of Samoa; Bishop Patteson; Father Montrouzier; the Henry family of Tahiti; Peter Dillon, the trader & adventurer; the 'beach communities'; Fiji's planters; the labour recruiters (and the islanders they recruited). 


Narrative of a Voyage Round the World, performed in Her Majesty's Ship Sulphur, during the years 1836-1842. Including details of the Naval Operations in China, from Dec. 1840, to Nov. 1841. Published under the Authority of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. (Two Volumes)
Belcher, Captain Sir Edward.
NO CONTENT
One Summer in Hawaii (ISBN: 140674204X / 1-4067-4204-X)
Helen Mather  1891
UNDER HAWAIIAN SKIES - A Narrative of the Romance, Adventure and History of the Hawaiian Islands. A Complete Historical Account
TAYLOR, Albert Pierce
Honolulu, Hawaii. 1926. Advertiser Publishing Co., Ltd., 1926. 1st Ed. 609 PP with 59 b/w illustrations (documents, drawings, engravings, photos). Fp: Waikiki. 
Trekking the shore : changing coastlines and the antiquity of coastal settlement / Nuno F. Bicho, Jonathan A. Haws, Loren G. Davis, editors
The raft's potential  weak points are a failure of the lashings or the point at which the logs beome water-logged.


H9 Ship model, Masulah surf boat with 10 paddles, Madras.(SB ...
www.powerhousemuseum.com/collection/database/?irn=254322
They were well adapted to this as the Madras shoreline is shallow for up to a mile off the beach, but subject to large surf. Often, catamarans accompanied the ...
Catamaran, Madras | Photographer : Fiebig, Frederick
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Catamaran, Madras | Photographer : Fiebig, Frederick. ... from ship to shore through strong surf and were used to rescue any who might be swept ove.
Madras, Embarking, engraved by C. Hunt, 1856 (coloured engraving)
East, J.B. (19th century) (after)
Credit: Madras, Embarking, engraved by C. Hunt, 1856 (coloured engraving), East, J.B. (19th century) (after) / Private Collection / The Stapleton Collection / The Bridgeman Art Library
 

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Image ID: STC 444657

Credit: Madras Landing, engraved by C. Hunt, published by Ackermann & Co., 1856 (aquatint), East, J.B. (19th century) (after) / Private Collection / The Stapleton Collection / The Bridgeman Art Library

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Image ID: STC 439580


Credit: South East View of Fort St. George, Madras, plate 33 from 'Oriental Scenery: Twenty Four Views in Hindoostan', engraved by Thomas and William (1769-1837) Daniell, published 1797 (colour litho), Daniell, Thomas (1749-1840) (after) / Private Collection / The Stapleton Collection / The Bridgeman Art Library

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Image ID: STC 136986

Masulas and large surf


Madras, or Fort St. George, in the Bay of Bengal - A Squall Passing Off, 1833 (oil on canvas)

Credit: Madras, or Fort St. George, in the Bay of Bengal - A Squall Passing Off, 1833 (oil on canvas), Daniell, William (1769-1837) / Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, USA / The Bridgeman Art Library

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Image ID: XYC 198548
or
Image ID:XYC 185487
Very large swell, cataraman and damaged masulas


Madras, from 'India Ancient and Modern', 1867 (colour litho)

Credit: Madras, from 'India Ancient and Modern', 1867 (colour litho), Simpson, William 'Crimea' (1823-99) / Private Collection / The Stapleton Collection / The Bridgeman Art Library

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Image ID: STC 418242

Loading malusas and man "standing" in surf, left foreground. 


Credit: Surfing, English School, (20th century) / Private Collection / © Look and Learn / The Bridgeman Art Library
 

Surfing. Original artwork for cover of Playhour issue of 1 June 1957. Lent for scanning by the Illustration Art Gallery.

Playhour Annual 1957
 Amalgamated Press Ltd, 1957.


Credit: A group of surfers on Waikiki beach pose leaning against their boards, Oahu Island, Hawaii, 1937 (photo), Stewart, Richard Hewitt (fl. 1937) / National Geographic Image Collection / The Bridgeman Art Library

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NGE 387543


Frontier Boys in Hawaii (or The Mystery of The Hollow Mountain)
Roosevelt, Wyn
The Platt & Peck Co., New York, New York, U.S.A., 1909.
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BALLOU'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE. Issue of December 1872
Thomes & Talbot, Boston, 1872. Soft Cover. Tall octavo, pictorial (woodcut) cover. Articles (each illustrated with one or more woodcuts) include "The City of Nice, France," "Scenes in Abyssinia," "Honolulu, Sandwich Islands," "Valdivia, Chile, "The Ascot Cup." 
NARRATIVE OF A VOYAGE FROM VALPARAISO TO THE SOUTH SEA ISLANDS IN HER MAJESTY'S SHIP ACTAEON, TOWARDS THE END OF THE YEAR 1836
Originally published in the United Service Journal. London. 1838. Account of visits to Marquesas, Pitcairn & Hawaii.

A WINTER PASSAGE ROUND CAPE HORN, AND A VISIT TO THE MARQUESAS ISLANDS, BY HER MAJESTY'S SHIP IMOGENE
BRUCE. H W
London, 1838. 29pp. A4.
Originally published in The Nautical Magazine in 1838. Accounts of Marquesas, Tahiti, Hawaii & Pitcairn Is.
A RECENT VISIT TO SEVERAL OF THE POLYNESIAN ISLANDS
BENNETT. George
London, 1832. 36pp.
Originally published in The Nautical Magazine in 1832 Accounts of Hawaii, Rotuma, New Hebrides & Tonga

A VOYAGE TO THE NORTHWEST COAST OF AMERICA
FRANCHERE, Gabriel / Edited by Milo Milton Quaife
Citadel Press, New York City, 1968. hb. maps, facsimiles (illustrator). 8vo, pp. liii, 318. 19th century journal of a voyage from Montreal to the Columbia River via Cape Horn, including stops in Hawaii and Fort Astoria.
NO CONTENT
Some canoes



Honolulu
Judd, Laura Fish
Anson D. F. Randolph & Company, New York, 1880.


Ross
The Hawaiian Islands: "The Paradise of the Pacific"; The American Navy; Cuba and the Wrecked Maine
N/a
Belford, Middlebrook & Co., Chicago, 1898.
 The Hawaii section is about 12 pages long with black and white photo illustrations of mostly Honolulu.
Cobbett's Weekly Register. Vol. 64. No. 6. London, Saturday, November 3, 1827. Single issue. [American trees listed, discussion of Malthus, a fashions ad]
Cobbett, William.
London, 1827., 1827.
"List of Mr. Cobbett's Publications." incl. a book on American slave trade, "Letters From France", "The Law Of Turnpikes", "The Poor Man's Friend", a list of "American Books" incl. several American travel books, books on canals, American commerce & geography, the state constitutions, "Tour Around Hawaii",
Life on the Ocean; Or, Twenty Years At Sea: Being the Personal Adventures of the Author
George Little
Waite, Peirce and Company, Boston, 1845.
DROPS OF SPRAY FROM SOUTHERN SEAS
Reynolds, Lucy Brown
Mail Pub Co, Waterville, ME, 1896.
Ship captain's daughter of Milbridge, ME, tells of her voyages & a little of late 19th cent Maine.
-Nothing
Ten Years' Travel Around the World
Sarah Furnas Wells, MD
Morning Star Publishing Company, West Milton, Ohio, 1885

No content



 
 


Five years' church work in the kingdom of Hawaii
Thomas Nettleship [Staley
Rivingtons, 1868. 
AN ISLAND PARADISE AND REMINISCENCES OF TRAVEL
Howell, H. Spencer
Hart & Riddell, Toronto Canada, 1892
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Hawaii & Philippines
A. D. Hall
Street & Smith, New York, 1898. 

The whaleman's adventures in the Sandwich Islands and California.
THOMES, WM.H.,
Boston, Lee & Shepard, 1872.
NO CONTENT
THE MAKING OF HAWAII: A Study in Social Evolution
Blackman, William Fremont
Macmillan, New York & London, 1899.

 


Trans Pacific Sketches. A Tour Through The United States And Canada
Falk, Alfred
George Robertson, Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide, 1877.
Nothing
The Californian Illustrated Magazine: Hawaiian Number. Vol. 3, No. 5.
HAWAII)
First edition. Octavo. 16 [ads], 534-666 pp. Publisher's printed ochre wrappers. Some loss to spine, edges darkening, splitting to joint of rear cover. A clean and complete copy.Themajority of this number is devoted to Hawaii and included are the following articles; The Marquesas Archipelago Deep Sea Sounding by King Kalakaua; The Ancient Hawaiians by E. Ellsworth Carey; The History of Hawaiian Annexation by James O'Meara; The Late Revolution in Hawaii by FRD.
Die Sandwich-Inseln oder das Inselreich von Hawaii.
Anrep-Elmpt, Graf Reinhold
Leipzig, Wilhelm Friedrich, 1885.
Our Islands and Their People (lately acquired from Spain) - 2 Volumes
Wheeler, Major-General Joseph with Jose De Olivares
N. D. Thompson, 1899. 
The Land of Sunshine. The Magazine of California and the West. June-November, 1898. Joaquin Miller, Honolulu, Hawaii, Manila. Leather Binding. 1898
Lummis, Charles F., Ed.
Land of Sunshine Publishing Co., Los Angeles, 1898.
 A wonderfully illustrated view of California at the turn of the century, some photographs of early Honolulu and Hawaii,
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HISTORY OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS AND HINTS TO TRAVELLERS VISITING THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Davey Photographic Co. Ltd.
Honolulu, 1899. Soft cover. Book Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. 12mo, self printed wrappers, spine just a little worn, few soil spots on upper cover page, staples rusty, 32p. Four halftone plates (two are composites of images, one with a tiny shot of a Hawaiian on shore sporting a surf-board)
Life in Hawaii: An Autobiographic Sketch of Mission Life and Labors (1835-1881)
Coan, Titus,
New York: Anson D.F. Randolph, 1882.
CHILD LIFE IN MANY LANDS
CHILDREN'S LITERATURE: African Theme].STRONG,J.D.
D. Lothrop & Co./ Dover, N.H.: G. T. Day,, Boston:, 1870. First edition. [CHILDREN'S LITERATURE: African Theme]. STRONG, J. D. CHILD LIFE IN MANY LANDS by Rev. J. D. Strong. Twelvemo, green cloth decorated in gold on spine, 210 pages (followed by ads), illustrated. Chapters on "Child-Life in Many Lands," including "Sam, the African Boy," "The Young Hawaiian," "The Sandwich Island Girl," "The Little Indian," "The China Girl," etc.
Forty Six Years in the Army
Schofield, John
The Century Co, NY, 1897. Hardcover. Book Condition: G. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dj. 1st Edition. 9 1/4 x 6 1/2". hinges starting, frontis loose, owner name, soil wear. Nevins I-156. 577 pp. frontis of author; Schofield (1831-1906) was born in NY and attended West Point; as a major in Missouri he won the Medal of Honor and later commanded the Army of the Cumberland and the Army of the Ohio; after the war he was military governor of Virginia and briefly Secretary of War; later he scouted the Hawai'ian islands for a base (which became Pearl Harbor)
No Content
Our Stolen Summer : the record of a roundabout tour.
BOYD, Mary Stuart.William
Blackwood, Edinburgh and London, 1900.
Some swimming, beach references.
Retour de la Nouvelle-Calédonie. De Nouméa en Europe
ROCHEFORT Henri :
Paris (n.d., c.1880): Martinon, Paris (n.d., c.1880), 1880. Hardcover. 1st.ed. 1st.ed. Corners worn, some foxing, else VG in cloth, xxiv,364pp. Account of voyage from New Caledonia through New Guinea, Australia, Hawaii and the U.S. on the way to Europe. Includes section on Mormons. Profusely illustrated with engravings, some of which describes scenes in Hawaii.
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Iles Hawai (Hawaii)
MONNIER Marcel :
E. Plon, 1888. In-8, br., 274pp. Illustré de dessins de E. Martin-Chablis, ainsi que deux exemplaires de la même carte dépliante. Dos bruni, sinon très bon état. French study of the Hawaiian Islands, illustrated by E. Martin-Chablis, complete with fold-out map in rear. This copy has an extra fold-out map (the same), so two maps in all.
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UN ROYAUME POLYNÉSIEN. ILES HAWAÏ.
Sauvin, G.:
Paris: Librarie Plon, ., 1893
Kalani of Oahu, An Historical Romance of Hawaii
Newell, C. M.
C. M. Newell, Boston, 1881.
Multiple references to surf




California Illustrated
1898 San Francisco, 1898. few spots and small stains to covers, contents clean and tight 136p, oblong folio, tan gilt decorated cloth; Hawaiian edition Sunday, November 29, 1998 heavily illustrated; a lavish production, apparently under auspices of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce headed by Hugh Craig; this being the Hawaiian edition, with last section on Hawaii
Around the world. Richly illustrating a tour throughout twenty countries with. . . The singing pilgrim. A pictorial tour of the globe. Illustrated by pen and pencil, including experiences, sights and impressions of men and things, throughout every State in the Union, and twenty different countries, with an introduction by Rev. J.H. Vincent; Descriptive songs and gem solos.
PHILLIPS, Philip.
Phillips Publishing Co.,, New York, 1887.
Viaggio sul dorso d'una balena. Avventure meravigliose del Capitano Bob Kincardy.
Brown Alphonse
Tipografia Editrice Lombarda,, Milano, 1878. In-16°, pp. 192, legatura coeva m. pelle con titolo e filetti in oro al dorso. Piatti marmorizzati, angoli in pergamena. 25 xilografie n.t. e a p. pag. Ottimo stato. Prima edizione italiana del "Voyage à dos de baleine" (Parigi, 1878), singolare racconto di viaggio fantastico sul dorso dell'enorme cetaceo. Il racconto, non privo nell'ispirazione di spunti verniani, è ambientato nelle più varie parti del mondo: Boston, Bristol, le Hawaii e Honolulu, le Picairn, l'Isola di Pasqua, le Juan Fernandez, Patagonia e Terra del Fuoco, l'Antartide, le isole Tristan da Cunha, il Sud Africa e Città del Capo, la Guinea, il Dahomey (Benin), Capo Verde, le Azzorre, Terra Nuova, etc. È presente anche un breve cenno su Atlantide.
Polynesia; A Popular Description of the Physical Features, Inhabitants, Natural History, and Productions of the Islands of the Pacific. With an Account of their Discovery, and the Progress of Civilization and Christianity Amongst Them.
Angas, George French.
SPCK,, London:, 1866. Hardcover. (xii), 436pp & ads, folding frontis. map of the Pacific, woodblock ills. throughout. Orig. blue & gilt decorated cloth, good+ cond. F6002. Discussion of New Zealand, New Guinea, Hawaii, Fiji, Tonga, Samoa, Society, Cook & Austral Islands, Marquesas, New Caledonia, New Hebrides, Solomons, Carolines, Ladrones, Easter Island, Pitcairn & Norfolk Island. Also geological curiosities; barrier reefs, coral islands, volcanoes, some natural history.

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Page 216; 398
Tana- page 353


SIGHTS AROUND THE WORLD WITH THE BASE BALL BOYS
Palmer, Harry Clay
Edgewood Publishing Co., Philadelphia, 1892.
No content

The Missionary Gazetteer, Comprising a View of the Inhabitants and a Georaphical Description of the Contries and Places, Where Protestant Missionaries Have Labored . . . .
Chapin, Walter
 Self-Published, Woodstock, Vermont, 1825.
ALOHA!" A HAWAIIAN SALUTATION [A-LO-HA! on spine]
Chaney, George Leonard
Roberts Brothers, Boston, MA, 1880.
Pages 176-177
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A Narrative of Missionary Enterprises in the South Sea Islands
Williams, John
 London: John Snow, 1838,

PUCK: Ernst, Scherz und sinnige Spiele der Jugend.
Lowenstein, Rudolf (ed).
Otto Janke: Berlin., 1856

Mission life in Hawaii. Memoir of Rev. William P. Alexander [William Patterson Alexander, missionary of ABCFM, 1805-1884]
Alexander, James M. (James McKinney)
Press Publishing Company, 1888., Oakland,California: Pacific, 1888.


HAWAII: THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE OF ITS ISLAND-KINGDOM . . .
Hopkins, Manley
Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, London, 1862.
Hopkins, the Hawaiian Consul in London (who never visited the islands), offers a British perspective
NO CONTENT
TEN YEARS IN OREGON.
Lee, Daniel, and Joseph H. Frost:
New York: Published for the Authors., 1844.
Lee went to Oregon in 1834 with Townsend, Wyeth, and Nuttall, while Frost travelled by sea. 
The way of fire (first edition, first state with misspelled first name)
Blackmar, Helen Maxwell (Ellen)
dodd, mead & co, new york, 1897.
third by the author of the Bishop's Conversion and Three Old Maids in Hawaii.
Holden's Dollar Magazine, of Criticisms, Biographies, Sketches, Essays, Tales, Reviews, Poetry, Etc, Etc. Splendidly Illustrated. Volumes III and IV. 1849.
CALIFORNIA / OREGON / HAWAII)
William H. Dietz. New York. 1849,
The Port of Honolulu in the Sandwich Islands with accompanying article;

IN SEARCH OF A CLIMATE.
Nottage, Charles.
Sampson Low., 1894.
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MEMOIR, HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL, ON THE NORTHWEST COAST OF NORTH AMERICA, AND THE ADJACENT TERRITORIES; ILLUSTRATED BY A MAP AND A GEOGRAPHICAL VIEW OF THOSE COUNTRIES.
Greenhow, Robert:
Washington: Blair and Rives, Printers, ., 1840

The Dayspring, Vol VII & Vol VIII, 1848 - 1849.
Missions in China].
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions,, Boston:, 1848.
Also with articles on life and customs in Hawaii (Sandwich Islands), for example, "A Hawaiian Amusement: the favorite amusement of all classes is sporting on the surf. they avail themselves of the surfboard." (Vol VII, No. 1, p1)
History of Oregon and California and the Other Territories on the North-West Coast of North America Accompanied by a Geographical View and Map . . .
Greenhow, Robert.
Charles C.Little and James Brown, Boston, 1845.
Second Edition.
Howes, G389 ("Leading contemporary authority, well documented."). Graff, 1652. Smith, 1535. Tweney, 25 (quoting Cowan, "The ablest and most important work of its time.")First published in 1840 as "Memoir . . . on the Coast of North America, this edition is "revised, corrected and enlarged". Some coverage of Alaska ("Russian America") and Hawaii ("Sandwich Islands"), discussion of the disputes with Hudson Bay Company, conflict along the Columbia River.



HAWAII

Dictionary of the Hawaiian Language
Lorrin Andrews
Henry M. Whitney, 1865. 

KELEA; The Surf-Rider.
Twombly, Alex. Stevenson
Fords, Howard & Hulbert:, 1900.
 illustrated. with b&w photos

  In Savage Isles & Settled Lands Malaysia, Australasia, & Polynesia 1888 - 1891
B. F. S. Baden-Powell
London: Richard Bentley & Son, 1892.

Page 411 "...sporting themselves in the surf"
Sandwich Islands Chapter XII, page 378


MINOR MARITIME CONTENT
Editors: Literary Digest
THE LITERARY DIGEST
Funk & Wagnalls, New York, 1915.
Complete with the 2 page centre spread by Coles Phillips for Overland and the historic photo of the inventor and his "motor surf board", a surf board power assisted by bicycle pedals, on the beach at San Pedro, California. Also a hundred and fifty word blurb on same.
Hawaii Tourist Bureau, .
HAWAII HAS BECOME THE WORLD'S SYMBOL OF PEACE
NP: Hawaii Tourist Bureau, c. 1940
Original vintage travel poster. Large full color image of a girl with leis - artwork is signed by Tom Frissell. Inset into this image are three photos: one of surf-riders, one of pheasant hunting, and one of Kauai. Single unfolded sheet, 33" x 23",
Herbert Henry Gowen
The Paradise of the Pacific:Sketches of Hawaiian scenery and life
Page 43-Waikiki?
Page 119?
Page 132 - Lahaina
Spry, William. J. J. (RN)
Cruise of Her Majesty’s Ship "Challenger". Voyages Over Many Seas, Scenes in Many Lands.
Harper, 1877., 1877.
Some descriptions of coasts

Captain Sir Edward Belcher
Narrative Of A Voyage Round The World, Performed In Her Majesty's Ship Sulphur, During The Years 1836 - 1842 Including Details Of The Naval Operations In China, From Dec. 1840 To Nov. 1841. Vol. 1 only
London: Henry Colburn, 1843.
Notes decimation in native population and culture in the 10 years since his first visit in 1825, page 60.
Lambert, C. & S.:
THE VOYAGE OF THE "WANDERER."
London. ., 1883.
Comprised of the journal and letters of a married couple during their circumnavigation. Sixty-three persons sailed on the Wanderer, a three-masted top-sail schooner. The Wanderer visited St. Helena, Rio, Monte Video, Chile, Tahiti, Borabora, Fiji, Hawaii (including Kona, Honolulu, Kilaua, and Maui), Osaka, Hong Kong, Singapore, Ceylon, Damascus, Malta, Palermo, Naples, Rome, Algiers, Gibraltar, etc. Includes several quite nice color plates.
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Cliff jumping at Rainbow Falls, Hilo, page 226.
The Lamberts were relatives of Charles, who drowned in Hawai'i in 1874.
Hawaiian Club of Boston:
HAWAIIAN CLUB PAPERS.
Boston. 1868
 "The Hawaiian Club was formed in Boston in January 1866 'by a few gentleman' [sic] who had, at different periods during the previous forty years, resided in the Hawaiian Islands. There were 15 original members, and by 1868 the total had increased to 45. Although the club was in existence for many years, this volume of papers was their first (and only) publication. 
Simpson, George:
NARRATIVE OF A JOURNEY ROUND THE WORLD, DURING THE YEARS 1841 AND 1842.
London. ., 1847. Two volumes. xi,[1],438pp. plus folding map, frontispiece portrait; vii,469pp.
An important Canadian overland narrative. Simpson, for many years the governor-general of the Hudson's Bay Company, was a major figure in the contest between American and British interests for the Pacific Northwest. The first volume describes his trip across Canada on horseback and by canoe, as well as his visits in California. The second volume describes his stay in Hawaii and his trans- Siberian trip.

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Irving, Washington:
ASTORIA; OR, ENTERPRISE BEYOND THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS.
London: Richard Bentley, ., 1836

Skin canoe and reed raft page 47
Skin boat page 55-56


Voyage of the United States Frigate Potomac, under the Command of Commodore John Downes during the circumnavigation of the Globe in the years 1831, 1832, 1833, and 1834; including a Particular Account of the Engagement at Quallah-Battoo on the coast of Sumatra
Reynolds, Jeremiah N
New York: Published by Harper & Brothers, 1835,
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North-west indians as crew members at Honolulu, p 408.
Townsend, John Kirk
Sporting Excursions in the Rocky Mountains, Including a Journey to the Columbia River, and a Visit to the Sandwich Islands, Chili &c
Volume 2
London: Henry Colburn, 1840,
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Townsend was with Captain Nathaniel Jarvis Wyeth's second expedition with the Columbia River Fishing and Trading Company. Townsend also records two trips to Hawaii in 1835 and 1836

Waikik- page 29
Kauai Seashore foraging- page 60
Columbia River, Eight hawaiians +one white + one indian shoot rapids in canoe, eight deaths- page?


TILLEY, Henry Arthur.
Japan, the Amoor, and the Pacific; With Notices of Other Places, comprised in a Voyage of Circumnavigation in the Imperial Russian Corvette "Rynda," in 1858-60.
London, Smith, Elder & Co., 1861, 1861. Octavo. (219 × 132 mm) . First edition.
A well-written and lively account of life in late-Tokugawa Japan with excellent descriptions of the early European establishments there. Tilley took the position of English tutor with the Russian squadron travelling out via Japan to their new settlements on the Amur river. He spent three months at Nicholaivsk, claiming to be the first Englishman to visit the Amur, and visited Siberia before returning via San Francisco, Hawaii, Tahiti, and South America, concluding with an account of Monte Video.
Description of Papara Tahiti, page 845
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FANNING, Edmund Voyages round the World... New York, Collins & Hannay 1833
Fanning's interesting record of twenty-five years of Pacific voyages is of considerable Australian interest. Among various events worth noting are the rescue of the Rev. William Pascoe Crook, the missionary landed in the South Seas from the Duff; sealing in the South Seas and off the coast of New Holland; a visit to King George's Sound; and an account of Simeon Lord of Sydney and his sealing and sandalwood adventures.
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Judd, Laura Fish.
HONOLULU, SKETCHES OF LIFE, SOCIAL, POLITICAL, AND RELIGIOUS, IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS FROM 1828 TO 1861.
 New York; Anson D.F. Randolph and Company; 1880;, 1880. 258pp.;
The author was the wife of medical missionary Gerrit Parmele Judd, who became a trusted advisor to Hawaiian kings, and served in the highest offices of state, being a strong supporter of the native monarchy. Mrs. Judd compiled these memoirs in 1861, and they are among the most important accounts of Hawaii during that period.
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 Liliuokalani.
HAWAII'S STORY BY HAWAII'S QUEEN.
 Boston; Lothrop, Lee and Shepard; 1898;, 1898. 409 pp.;
First Edition; Hardbound. Original gilt-dec. cloth, t.e.g. Illustrations with plates from photographs.
Autobiography of Hawaii's last queen, who reigned for the two years before the 1893 "revolution" which brought the American businessmen into power and absorption by the United States.

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Thurston, Lucy G.
THE MISSIONARY'S DAUGHTER; A MEMOIR OF LUCY GOODALE THURSTON, OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.
 New York; American Tract Society; 1842;, 1842. 219 pp.;
Introduction by Lorrin A. Thurston; letters and journal entries selected and arranged by Mrs. Lucy Thurston. 11 b/w plates, includingThe King's Heiau at Kailua 1817, Kawaihae Bay in 1822, Kamehameha III as a Young Boy, Our Most Noble Queen Emma, and Rev. Asa and Mrs. Lucy Thurston.
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Narrative of a Journey Across the Rocky Mountains to the Columbia River, and a Visit to the Sandwich Islands, Chili, &C.,With a Scientific Appendix
John Kirk Townsend, George A. Jobanek
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Lights and Shadows of Sailor Life, as Exemplified in Fifteen Years' Experience, Including the More Thrilling Events of the U.S. Exploring Expedition, and Reminiscences of an Eventful Life on the "Mountain Wave"
Clark, Joseph G.
Boston: Benjamin B. Mussey & Co. 1848
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Coke, Henry J.:
A RIDE OVER THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS TO OREGON AND CALIFORNIA. WITH A GLANCE AT SOME OF THE TROPICAL ISLANDS, INCLUDING THE WEST INDIES AND THE SANDWICH ISLES.
London. 1852.,
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GRANT ALLEN
THE WHITE MAN'S FOOT ( Lost Race Novel set in Hawaii ) with Seventeen illustrations by J Finnemore
Hatchard's of Piccadilly, London, 1888
nternally illustrated with seventeen drawings by the artist J Finnemore,
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Remy, Jules:
CONTRIBUTIONS OF A VENERABLE SAVAGE TO THE ANCIENT HISTORY OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Boston. 1868., 1868. 60pp.
First English-language edition of this important text. Forbes indicates that it is "an important contribution to the literature of precontact Hawaiian history, recorded by Jules Remy from a native informant of great age and knowledge."
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Walpole, Lt. The Hon. Fred
FOUR YEARS IN THE PACIFIC. IN HER MAJESTY'S SHIP "COLLINGWOOD." FROM 1844 TO 1848 (Two volumes)
Richard Bentley, London, 1849
Volume 2 Pgs. 220-300 on Hawaii.
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Marshall, W.P.:
AFLOAT ON THE PACIFIC, OR NOTES OF THREE YEARS LIFE AT SEA, COMPRISING SKETCHES OF PEOPLE, PLACES, AND THINGS ALONG THE PACIFIC COAST AND AMONG THE ISLANDS OF POLYNESIA, VISITED DURING SEVERAL VOYAGES OF THE U.S.S. LANCASTER AND SARANAC.
 Zanesville, Oh. 1876., 1876. 176pp. plus four plates including frontis.
The author visited Panama, the Andes, Peru, Hawaii, Tahiti, and Mazatlan. "This work was published in a very limited edition in an out-of- the-way place, and it is quite scarce. The author served aboard American men-of-war from 1864 through 1867 and at one time was involved in the search for the Shenandoah. He visited Hawaii, Tahiti, the Marquesas Islands, and the west coast of South America"
Probably nothing.
Walpole, Lt. The Hon. Fred
FOUR YEARS IN THE PACIFIC. IN HER MAJESTY'S SHIP "COLLINGWOOD." FROM 1844 TO 1848 (Two volumes)
Richard Bentley, London, 1849
Volume 2 Pgs. 220-300 on Hawaii.
No sufing
Wilkinson, Hugh
SUNNY LANDS AND SEAS A VOYAGE IN THE SS. 'CEYLON' NOTES MADE DURING A FIVE MONTHS' TOUR IN INDIA, THE STRAITS SETTLEMENTS, MANILA, CHINA, JAPAN, THE SANDWICH ISLANDS AND CALIFORNIA
London 1883 1st John Murray.
No content, except Hugh is not impressed with Honolulu.
Clark, Joseph G.:
LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OF SAILOR LIFE, AS EXEMPLIFIED IN FIFTEEN YEARS' EXPERIENCE, INCLUDING THE MORE THRILLING EVENTS OF THE U.S. EXPLORING EXPEDITION, AND REMINISCENCES OF AN EVENTFUL LIFE ON THE 'MOUNTAIN WAVE.'
Boston. ., 1847.
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JACKMAN, William.
The Australian Captive; Or An Authentic Narrative Of Fifteen Years In The Life Of Edited By Rev. I[srael] Chamberlayne.
Auburn : Derby And Miller, 1853.
Adventures of the escaped convict and castaway, who was forced to spend one and a half years in Nuyts Land in Western Australia. Included are accounts of his travels to China, Fiji, Tahiti, Sandwich Islands, Montevideo, Buenos Aires, and Chile.
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ROQUEFEUIL, Camile de (1781-1831).
A Voyage Round the World, between the Years 1816-1819.
London: for Sir Richard Phillips, 1823

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Murrell, William Meacham
Cruise of the Frigate Columbia Around the World, Under the Command of Commodore George C. Read, 1838-1840
Benjamin B. Mussey, Boston, 1840.
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Browne, J. Ross.
Etchings of a Whaling Cruise, with notes of a Sojourn on the Island of Zanzibar. To which is appended a brief history of the Whale Fishery, its past and present condition.
Harper, New York, 1850. Second edition, idem. to the first of 1846, 8vo, ; pp. (xvi)+590, with 12 engraved, etched or woodcut plates and 19 woodcuts in text.
His voyage aboard a New Bedford whaler was to bring the "cruel and oppressive abuse" of the whaling industry to the public’s attention. Much influenced by Richard Henry Dana, Browne gives one of the few accounts of life in the American whaling fleet of the 1840s. Browne, in turn, influenced Herman Melville in his writing of "Moby Dick". The long appendix lists "cruising grounds" and ports for whalers, and full statistics for the industry: numbers taken, tonnage and values, descriptions of types of whales, and the whaling industry in the Pacific Ocean out of Honolulu.
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Delano, Amasa.
A Narrative of Voyages and Travels in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres; comprising three voyages round the World together with a voyage of survey and discovery in the Pacific Ocean and Oriental Islands.

E.G. House for the author,, Boston:, 1817. First edition. 8vo, 598pp, b&w plates, folding chart.
An interesting account whose Pacific landfalls include Australia, New Guinea, Pitcairn Island, the Galapagos, Palau, Hawaii, Manila, Canton, Macao & the East Indies. His account of the Bounty was the first published in America & was the source for Melville's "Benito Cerino". His account of the Bounty was the first published in America.
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Reynolds, J. N.
Voyage of the United States Frigate Potomac, under the Command of Commodore John Downes, during the Circumnavigation of the Globe, in the years 1831, 1832, 1833, and 1834.
Harper & Brothers,, New York:, 1835.
Reynolds described the journey aboard the Potomac from Valparaiso, to Rio de Janeiro, the Falkland Islands, Canton, Macao, Hawaii, Tahiti, the Galapagos, Lima and Capetown among others.
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Samuel Patterson.
NARRATIVE OF THE ADVENTURES AND SUFFERINGS OF. EXPERIENCED IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN, AND MANY OTHER PARTS OF THE WORLD, WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE FEEGEE, AND SANDWICH ISLANDS.
Palmer MA: from the press, 1817
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The author went to Hawaii in 1805, shipwrecked in 1808 in the Fijis, where he stayed for six months. He was also in California, Australia & the Pacific Northwest.
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Farnham, Thomas J.
Travels In The Californias, And Scenes In The Pacific Ocean. [Pre U.S. territory, Gold Rush]
N.Y., 1844
arrival in Hawaii, previous exploration by Vancouver & Cook, the Hawaiian chiefs, natives, scenery, etc.
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Coke, Henry J.:
A RIDE OVER THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS TO OREGON AND CALIFORNIA. WITH A GLANCE AT SOME OF THE TROPICAL ISLANDS, INCLUDING THE WEST INDIES AND THE SANDWICH ISLES.
London. 1852.,
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THE THE [sic] LIFE, TRAVELS AND ADVENTURES OF AN AMERICAN WANDERER: A TRUTHFUL NARRATIVE OF EVENTS IN THE LIFE OF ALONZO P. DeMILT.
Fitch, Franklin Y.:
New York. []., 1883 228pp. plus plates and 48pp. of ads.
 This work, dictated by DeMilt to Fitch, relates his adventures among the Indians, in Florida, travelling in South America and Hawaii, and gold hunting in California and Australia.
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NON-ENGLISH
Die Sitten der Völker. Liebe, Ehe, Heirat, Geburt, Religion, Aberglaube, Lebensgewohnheiten, Kultureigentümlichkeiten, Tod und Bestattung, bei allen Völkern der Erde. Bearbeitet auf Grund der Beiträge hervorragender Fachgelehrter. 4 Bände.
BUSCHAN, Georg
Stuttgart, Berlin, Leipzig, UDV, o.J. (um 1900), 1900.
 Band 1: Australien und Ozeanien - Asien (von Surfing der Insulaner auf Hawai bis zur Zauberbehandlung der Aborigines in Australien 
L' Univers. Iles. Planches. [Plate vol. of 1830's geography set on South Pacific islands, 123 plates]
Unknown.
nd, mid 1830's., 1830.
PUCK: Ernst, Scherz und sinnige Spiele der Jugend.
Lowenstein, Rudolf (ed).
Otto Janke: Berlin., 1856
L'OCEANIE
SAINT-YVES, G.
Tours. c. 1900. Maison Alfred Mame et Fils., 1900.
1st Ed. 398, (2) PP with 6 maps (2 of them: Océanie & Australasie, on full page) and 74 b/w illustrations (16 on full page). Fp: Cascade de Barron, dans le Queensland. Cloth cover, colour illustration on front board, gilt title and decorations on front board and spine.
Australia: Pages 7 to 146. Dutch East Indies: Pages 147 to 204. Philippines, Carolines & Marianas. . Hawaii: Pages 356 to 369. New Zealand: Pages 370 to 394.
Fregatten Eugenies resa omkring jorden åren 1851-1853 under befäl af C. A. Virgin. Utgifven af C. Skogman. Med litografier, träsnitt och kartor.
Skogman, C
Stockholm. Adolf Bonnier. 1855.
The first swedish circumnavigation of the world. in the years 1851-1853. The ship visited among other places San Francisco at the heigt of the gold rush, Hawaii, Rio, Buenos Aires, Valparaiso, The Galapagos, Panama and Tahiti. The ships progress around the world was followed by an excited public through letters published in the swedish newspapers
First Edition of the first official account of the first Swedish circumnavigation, Captain C.A.Virgin's voyage of 1851-53 in the Eugenie. Baron Skogman served as astronomer on the voyage.
ETT AR I STILLA HAFVET. RESEMINNEN FRAN PATAGONIEN, CHILI, PERU, CALIFORNIEN, BRITISKA COLUMBIA OCH OCEANIEN.
Ekelof, Adolf:
tockholm. ., 1872. 164pp. plus twelve lithographed plates, some tinted. Quarto.
This Swedish account of a voyage up the Pacific coast of America and especially to the Hawaiian Islands is not in Hill, as it is a little late, taking place in 1867-68. There is a long account of a visit to Hawaii, and many of the handsome plates illustrate the island and the royal family. Fregatten Eugenies resa omkring jorden åren 1851-1853 under befäl af C. A. Virgin. Utgifven af C. Skogman. Med litografier, träsnitt och kartor.
Skogman, C
Stockholm. Adolf Bonnier. 1855
Ett år i Stilla Hafvet. Reseminnen från Patagonien, Chili, Peru, Californien, Britiska Columbia och Oceanien. Stockholm 1872.
EKELÖF, ADOLF:
1872, 1872. 4to. Pp. (iv), 163, (1). With 12 full page plates, of which several with portraits, and some coloured and tinted views.
An account by a Swedish officer of a British voyage along the Pacific Coast of America and to the Hawaiian islands between 1867-68. The attractive plates include costumes and views from Lima, Tahiti, Hawaii, Honolulu and the Vancouver Island, made after photographs and the author's own aquarelles.

Bechtinger, J.:
EIN JAHR AUF DEN SANDWICH-INSELEN. (HAWAIISCHE INSELN.) LAND, LEUTE, SITTEN UND GEBRAUCHE, IMPORT, EPORT, MIT BERUCKSICHTIGUNG DER KLIMATISCHEN VERHALTNISSE, VORKOMMENDEN KRANKHEITEN etc.
Vienna: Im Selbstverlage des Verfassers, ., 1869. [8],202,[2]pp. plus seven woodcut plates and folding color map.
Departing from San Francisco in 1866, Bechtinger travelled to Hawaii and remained there for one year. He was particularly concerned with scientific research, relating much information on agriculture, natural history, climate, and indigenous peoples. Among the plates are views of Honolulu (including a view of the beach upon which Cook was murdered), various native icons, and native peoples.


Fregatten Eugenies resa omkring jorden åren 1851?1853, under befäl af C.A. Virgin. Parts 1-16 in 8 volumes. Stockholm, Isaac Marcus, 1854?55.
SKOGMAN, CARL (Editor):
 1854.
. With 20 lithographed plates (of which 18 coloured), 6 woodcut plates and 3 folding maps. Housed in a special made cloth box. First edition, in a rare state, of this popular account of the first official Swedish circumnavigation by Carl Skogman who served as astronomer. The beautiful coloured plates, mainly costume plates from Brazil, Hawai, Honolulu and a few Pacific Islands, are engraved after the author's drawings.
En verldsomsegling skildrad i bref. Three volumes in two. Stockholm, Samson & Wallin, 1853?54.
ANDERSSON, NILS JOHAN:
1853.
First edition in bookform of a narrative of the first Swedish circumnavigation in the frigate Eugenie. Originally published as articles in the Stockholm newspaper "Aftonbladet" Dec. 1851 - July 1853. Mainly devoted to the natural history, by the expedition's botanist who brought back a large collection of botanical material.

Südsee-Bilder / Neue Südsee-Bilder.
Baessler, Arthur.
G. Reimer, Berlin, 1895 / 1900., 1900. EA. 2 Bände. 1. Halbband: Lukunor-Inseln und Namoluk; Losap und Nama; Lemarafat, Namonuito oder Onoun; Pollap-Tamatam. / 2. Halbband: Polowat, Hok und Satowal. Band 'Südsee-Bilder' mit 26 Tafeln (inkl.Frontispiez) mit fotogr. Abb. sowie zwei Karten, eine davon eine gefaltete Farbkarte; Band 'Neue Südsee-Bilder' mit 35 Tafeln (inkl.Frontispiez) mit fotogr. Abb., 6 Abb. im Text sowie einer Karte. OBr.-Bände. 371 S. / 420 S. 8°. Beide Bände in ausgezeichneter Erhaltung, minimalste Gebrauchsspuren. Der erste Band ist etwas kleiner beschnitten. Beide Bände enthalten eine beträchtliche Anzahl sehr guter Fotografien aus verschiedenen Bereichen der Südsee wie Hawaii, Tahiti, Tonga, Samoa, Neu-Guinea, Neue Hebriden etc Der Forschungsreisende Baessler war einer der wichtigsten Mäzene und Sammler für die Völkerkundemuseen von Berlin und Dresden.

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Mariner, William
AN ACCOUNT OF THE NATIVES OF THE TONGA ISLANDS, IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN. COMPILED AND ARRANGED FROM THE EXTENSIVE COMMUNICATIONS OF MR. WILLIAM MARINER, SEVERAL YEARS RESIDENT IN THOSE ISLANDS.
Martin, John: Boston. 1820., 1820.
First American edition, after the original London edition of 1817.
"Mariner set sail in 1805 on a voyage to South America and the South Seas with two purposes - whaling and attacking Spanish shipping. The crew of the Port au Prince mutinied in the Tonga Islands, but were murdered by natives. Young Mariner was fortunate in being taken prisoner and adopted as the King's son; he lived on the islands for four years. His work contains a very interesting account of contemporary life in Tonga, of the customs of the inhabitants and their inter-island wars, and also examples of Tongan songs and music. Dr. Martin befriended the young British sailor and recorded this account of his experiences" - Hill.
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Godfrey, Frank:
ILLUSTRATED HANDBOOK OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. GUIDE TO HONOLULU AND VICINITY.
 Robert Grieve, Electric Book and Job Printer,, Honolulu:, 1898.
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Moseley, H. N.
Notes By A Naturalist on the Challenger Being an Account of Various Observations Made During the Voyage of HMS Challenger Round the World in the Years 1872-1876 Under the Commands of Captain G S Nares and Captain F. T. Thomson.
The Challenger expedition was one of the largest and most important natural history projects of the 19th century, and traveled extensively in the Atlantic and the Pacific. The ship visited Antarctica, and Austraia. Mosely's account is far more accessible to the reader than Wyville Thompson's far drier account of the same expedition.
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Gynberg Ballads
Atkinson, Alatau Tamchiboulac
Schmidt Lithograph, San Francisco, CA, 1887.
Extremely rare pamphlet of humorous verse parodying the reign of Kalakaua. Available auction records indicate that only one copy has ever come up at auction. Printed in San Francisco and shipped to the Islands, the arrival of the pamphlets and their subsequent seizure led to a legal struggle between Atkinson and the Collector of Customs, A. S. Cleghorn. "The subjects include the opium license scandal, the 'Historical Procession' that had been a feature of Kalakaua's Jubilee celebration of 1886, and the voyage of the Kaimiloa to Somoa."
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Damon, Samuel C.:
MORNING STAR PAPERS.
Honolulu. 1861., 1861. 78,[1]pp.
"A narrative of Damon's trip to Micronesia on the Morning Star.this account, while concentrating on the work of Hawaiian missionaries in the area, includes a look at many aspects of the material culture of the island groups visited" - Forbes.
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TORREY, William
Torrey's Narrative: Or, the Life and Adventures of William Torrey
 A. J. Wright Boston 1848, 1848. First Edition. Octavo, original cloth, gilt illustrations to front cover and spine, gilt lettering to spine, black & white woodcuts.
Nautical memoir, of Torrey who went to sea on a whaler out of New Bedford and served on several whaling, sealing, and merchant voyages over 14 yeas, including his life in the Marquesas (where he participated in cannibalism), visits to Hawaii, California, the Northwest Coast, South America, and other places.
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Nicholson H. Whalley
From Sword to Share; or a fortune in five years at hawaii.
W.H. Allen & Co., London, 1889.
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By Land and Sea: A Journal of Travel During Nine Months of 1893
McKellar, Henry Scott
Brighton: D B Friend & Co., 1894.
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 Hawaii past and present / by William R. Castle, Jr.
New York : Dodd, Mead and Comapny, 1913.  xii, 242 p., [20] leaves of plates (1 folded) : ill., col. map ; 20 cm.ML
 In search of a climate / by Charles G. Nottage ; with thirty photographic illustrations, designed an
London : Sampson Low, Marston & Company, Limited, 1894.  xiv, [1], 351, [2] p., [31] leaves of plates : ill. ; 26 cm.ML

JOURNAL OF A CRUISE TO CALIFORNIA AND THE SANDWICH ISLANDS IN THE UNITED STATES SLOOP-OF-WAR CYANE.1841-1844
Meyers, William H.
San Francisco The Book Club of California 1955.,
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Sketches of California and Hawaii
by William H. Meyers, gunner, U.S.N., aboard the United States sloop-of-war, Cyane, 1842-1843. With an introd. & notes by John Haskell Kemble.
Published 1970 by Book Club of California in [San Francisco] .
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HAWAII -- THE PICTURESQUE, "The Paradise of the Pacific."
MA Donahue & Co: Chicago nd (c 1899), 1899.
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 The paradise of the Pacific : the Hawaiian Islands / by G. Waldo Browne.
Boston : Dana Estes & Company, [1900]  xi, 230 p., [80] leaves of plates : ill. ; 21 cm.ML
 Vistas of Hawaii : the paradise of the Pacific and inferno of the world / edited by Lorrin A. Thurst
St. Joseph, Michigan : William F. Sesser for the Kilauea Volcano House Co. and the Oahu Railway and Land Co., Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, [1891?]  44 p., [9] leaves of plates : ill., maps ; 18 x 28 cm. ML
To the Hawaiian Islands, the Paradise of the Pacific
Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 189?
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THRILLING INCIDENTS ON SEA AND LAND: THE PRODIGAL'S RETURN.
Zollers, George D.
The Brethren's Publishing Company, Mount Morris, IL: 1892
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An Island Paradise and Reminiscences of Travel
Howell, H. Spencer
Hart & Riddell, Toronto, 1892.
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Memories of Hawaii and Hawaiian Correspondence
Palmer, Julius A., Jr.
Lee and Shepard, Boston, 1894.

 Again in Hawaii / by Julius A. Palmer, jr. ... February-May, 1895.
Boston, : Lee and Shepard, 1895.  xv, 44 p. ; 24 cm.
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 Aloha around the world / by Karl Vogel ; with an introduction by Arthur Curtiss James ; with 95 illu
2nd impression. New York : Knickerbocker Press,, 1923.  xvii, 274 p., [56] leaves of plates : ill, maps ; 24 cm.ML
Aloha
Goerge L.Chaney
Roberts Bros., Boston, 1880.
Chronicles the winter a New England man came to the Hawaiin Islands, tells of his voyage to the Islands and the time he spent there.
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The Earth and Its Inhabitants. Oceanica
Elisee Reclus
D.Appleton & Co, New York, 1890.
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California Illustrated
1898 San Francisco, 1898. few spots and small stains to covers, contents clean and tight 136p, oblong folio, tan gilt decorated cloth; Hawaiian edition Sunday, November 29, 1998 heavily illustrated; a lavish production, apparently under auspices of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce headed by Hugh Craig; this being the Hawaiian edition, with last section on Hawaii
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Around the world. Richly illustrating a tour throughout twenty countries with. . . The singing pilgrim. A pictorial tour of the globe. Illustrated by pen and pencil, including experiences, sights and impressions of men and things, throughout every State in the Union, and twenty different countries, with an introduction by Rev. J.H. Vincent; Descriptive songs and gem solos.
PHILLIPS, Philip.
Phillips Publishing Co.,, New York, 1887.
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