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Norfolk Island and its second settlement, 1825-1855

Norfolk Island and its second settlement, 1825-1855

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Published by Library of Australian History in Sydney .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Norfolk Island -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Raymond Nobbs.
    ContributionsNobbs, Raymond.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDU180.N6 N67 1991
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 196 p, [48] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages196
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19850106M
    ISBN 10090812080X
    OCLC/WorldCa25462866

      The community on Norfolk Island today has at its core the descendants of this “third settlement”. St Barnabas Church, Norfolk Island Over half of this book is devoted to the third settlement, which is after all, the longest phase of white settlement on the island.   Norfolk Island and its Second Settlement Sydney: Library of Australian History xii, p, illustrations & maps. cms, DJ spine sunned, VG.

    The Norfolk Island Museum collections cover material from four distinct periods: Polynesian Settlement ; First Settlement (penal) ; Second Settlement (penal) ; Third Settlement (Bounty mutineer descendants from Pitcairn Island) to . Incidents related to murders and mutilations, that might allow a return to Sydney for treatment or trial, have been associated with the Second Settlement of Norfolk Island (), but were definitely not a feature of the First Settlement () when the island then had its own Deputy Judge Advocate to conduct local trials.

      The Norfolk Island Museum collections cover material from four distinct periods: Polynesian Settlement ; First Settlement (penal) ; Second Settlement (penal) ; Third Settlement (Bounty mutineer descendants from Pitcairn Island) to present. Our location is enviable!   Norfolk Island. Pages of the telephone book. Only nick names are used. From Muff to Yarm. by denisbin. Brief History of Norfolk as a Penal Settlement. As noted previously Norfolk was settled to provide flax fibre rope, flax sails and tree masts from Norfolk Island pine trees and also because it was uninhabited.


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Norfolk Island and its second settlement, 1825-1855 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Norfolk Island and its Second Settlement Hardcover – January 1, Format: Hardcover. Norfolk Island and its second settlement, / edited by Raymond Nobbs Library of Australian History Sydney Australian/Harvard Citation Norfolk Island and its second settlement, Raymond.

Norfolk Island and its second settlement Nobbs, Raymond (editor) This is the second book in a three volume series which gives a detailed account of Norfolk Island's distinct settlements.

First and only edition. Very good plus copy in dust jacket. #AAA1. Norfolk Island and its First Settlement, Buy with confidence. HISTORY OF NORFOLK ISLAND - THE SECOND SETTLEMENT, AKA 'THE HELL OF THE PACIFIC'. Norfolk remained virtually uninhabited up until the middle of the ’s before fate took another rush forward (or backward, depending on how it’s viewed).

Inthe British Government ordered Thomas Brisbane, the governor of New South Wales (yes, the modern city of Brisbane is named after him) to. The Norfolk Island penal settlement () was – along with Macquarie Harbour – the most notorious of the Australian penal stations, and has long been represented as a ‘hell-on-earth’.Author: Tim Causer.

During Norfolk Island’s second settlement between andit was indeed the ‘Hell of the Pacific’, a place dominated by death and despair.

I Inthe Governor of NSW, Sir Thomas Brisbane, received a directive from Lord Bathurst, the Colonial Secretary that Norfolk Island was again to be turned into a penitentiary.

Polynesian Settlement: - ; First Settlement (penal): - ; Second Settlement (penal): - ; Third Settlement (HMAV Bounty mutineer descendants from Pitcairn Island): to present. We have three Collections: HMS Sirius - Approximately 3, Sirius artefacts were recovered off the reef at Slaughter Bay.

The decision to settle Norfolk Island, as well as the main settlement at Botany Bay, was based on its natural resources: tall, straight Norfolk Island pines and the NZ flax plant. [4] Cook had taken samples back to Britain and reported on their potential uses for the Royal Navy.

2nd Settlement: - Captain R Turton, re-occupied the island in June as a settlement for the "worst felons". This settlement period was renowned for the number of convict uprisings.

Norfolk Island The shipwreck site of HMS Sirius is situated in the waters of Slaughter Bay – Sydney Bay at Kingston.

Norfolk Island was a place of secondary punishment and colonial settlement during Norfolk Island developed a reputation as one of the harshest Australia’s penal settlements during its second settlement This was the first volume of a trilogy by Ray Nobbs, the second and third beingNorfolk Island and its second settlement (LAH ) andNorfolk Island and its third settlement: the Pitcairn era (LAH ).

Norfolk Island and its second settlement, (Book, ) [] Get this from a library. Norfolk Island and its second settlement, Norfolk Island was governed by a succession of short-term commandants for the next 11 years, starting with King's replacement, Robert Ross – When Joseph Foveaux arrived as Lieutenant Governor inhe found the settlement quite run down, little maintenance having been carried out in the previous four years, and he set about building it up, particularly through public works and.

Norfolk Island and it's Second Settlement by Raymond Nobbs,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. This is the second book in a three volume series which gives a detailed account of Norfolk Island's distinct settlements.

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Seller Inventory # Nobbs, Raymond, 'Norfolk Island and its Second Settlement '. Library of Australian History, Sydney Rice, Jean and Wilson, Graham, 'Report on the Stabilisation of Two Second Settlement Buildings at Longridge, Norfolk Island.

NEGP Project No '. Prepared for the Norfolk Island Administration, May History of Norfolk Island: Pitcairn Island and the Bounty; History of Norfolk Island: Discovery by Captain Cook and the First Settlement; History of Norfolk Island: The Second Settlement, aka “The Hell of the Pacific.” History of Norfolk Island: The Norfolk Islanders; History of Norfolk Island.

The HMS Supply arrived on Norfolk in March to begin a British Colony, which would secure possession of the island and its resources and support the larger settlement in Port Jackson.

The island proved fertile and an agricultural settlement was set up using convict labour. The settlement at Norfolk Island met with mixed success. The soil was fertile, but clearing the rainforest proved difficult and early crops were attacked by rats and parrots.

Within a few years the Norfolk settlers were producing large quantites of pork, but the lack of an off-island market for their produce (now that Sydney was self-sufficient. During Norfolk Island’s second settlement between andit was indeed the ‘Hell of the Pacific’, a place dominated by death and despair.

[1] Inthe Governor of NSW, Sir Thomas Brisbane, [2] received a directive from Lord Bathurst, the Colonial Secretary that Norfolk Island was again to be turned into a penitentiary.

Norfolk Island: the archaeological survey of Kingston and Arthur's Vale / [prepared by Graham Wilson an Norfolk Island centenary, June, ; Norfolk Island; Norfolk Island environment book: a teacher's handbook / edited by Graham Jurd; Norfolk Island and its second settlement, / edited by Raymond Nobbs.Norfolk Island and its first settlement, / edited by Raymond Nobbs.

North Sydney, N.S.W.: Library of Australian History, Norfolk Island: The madeira of the Pacific. Norfolk Island: Norfolk Island Tourist Bureau, [?] Norfolk Island and its second settlement, / edited by Raymond Nobbs.

In its second settlement (), Norfolk Island earned a reputation as a harsh environment where (male only) convicts who re-offended were sent. It was known as a place of despair, especially under the strict command of this Commandant.