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“Charles Douglas must take his place among the ranks of those whose names are great in the sory of New Zealand exploration. That he was diarist, philosopher, bushman, geologist, climber, artist, naturalist and surveyor is but to explain his diverse talents. His preoccupation was South Westland. And South Westland can count him son by migration, sweat, hazard, exploration, and by mortal loneliness and bitter end. Consider Douglas as an imperishable part of our frontier tradition.”
Photographs and maps throughout.
Wellington, A.H. & A.W. Reed. 1957.
Condition: Good, with wear on edges.
Size: 24cm x 16cm.