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[Sketch of section of north and west coasts, Tasmania] [cartographic material] / by Captain Hardwick
Bib ID 262148
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline
Author
Hardwick, Captain
 
Online Versions
Scale Scale indeterminable. 
Description [19--] 
1 map : photograph ; 37.6 x 46.8 cm. 
Series

Ferguson rare map collection.

Ferguson Collection ; Map 211.

Notes

Inset: Views of three headlands: "Round Hill Point" ; "Rocky Cape" ; "Cape [Grim]".

Map 211 from Ferguson Collection.

Photograph of original ms. map: [Sketch of section of north and west coasts of Tasmania] / Hardwick. 1825-1830. Shows coastline, some description of inland and several islands, now known as Hunter group. Relief shown by hachures.

Survey probably conducted for Van Diemens Land Company.

MAP F 211 copy Also available online https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-229926090

Subjects Van Diemen's Land Company.  |  Tasmania -- Discovery and exploration -- Maps.  |  Australian
Time Coverage 1825-1829 

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