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Lord Howe island; its discovery and early associations, 1788 to 1888. by Harold R. Rabone

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Published by [Australis Trading Pty. Ltd.] in Sydney .
Written in English

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  • Lord Howe Island (N.S.W.)

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  • Lord Howe Island (N.S.W.)

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Edition Notes

StatementBy Harold R. Rabone ...
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDU180.L6 R3
The Physical Object
Pagination3 p. l., [9]-54 p.
Number of Pages54
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL182071M
LC Control Numbera 41001747
OCLC/WorldCa27464780

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Lord Howe Island is Just Paradise. Immerse yourself in the spectacular surroundings and experience some of the world’s best day hikes, snorkelling on the coral reef, hand-feeding fish on Ned’s Beach and much more. This multi award winning, World Heritage-listed paradise is less than a 2 hour flight from Sydney or Brisbane and now is the. Lord Howe Island: Its discovery and early associations to Sydney: Australis. CS1 maint: ref=harv ; Recher, Harry F; Clark, Stephen S (). Environmental survey of Lord Howe Island: a report to the Lord Howe Island Board / edited by Harry F. Recher and Stephen S. Clark Lord Howe Island Board (N.S.W.). Australian Museum: Dept. of Location: Lord Howe Island Group, Tasman Sea. LORD HOWE ISLAND GROUP AUSTRALIA This isolated oceanic archipelago was designated for its spectacular volcanic landforms and biota, its diverse and largely intact ecosystems and habitats for threatened species, especially birds and invertebrates, and for remarkable natural beauty. COUNTRY Australia NAME Lord Howe Island Group NATURAL WORLD HERITAGE SITE Author: UNEP-WCMC. Lord Howe Island. Its Discovery And Early Associations Rabone Harold R | Marlowes Books Its Discovery And Early Associations Rabone Harold R $ In Stock. Book Condition: As New Jacket Condition: None Issued Publisher.

Lord Howe Island: Its discovery and early associations to Sydney: Australis. CS1 maint: ref=harv ; Recher, Harry F; Clark, Stephen S (). Environmental survey of Lord Howe Island: a report to the Lord Howe Island Board / edited by Harry F. Recher and Stephen S. Clark Lord Howe Island Board (N.S.W.). Australian Museum: Dept. of. DISCOVERY. Lord Howe Island was discovered on 17th February, by Lieutenant Henry Lidgbird Ball, commander of the armed tender of the First Fleet, HMS nant Ball was sailing from First Fleet headquarters in Sydney Cove to Norfolk Island where it was intended to found a second colony. Lord Howe Island was first discovered by Lieutenant Henry Lidgbird Ball, commander of the First Fleet ship, Supply, in , while en route between Sydney Cove and the penal settlement of Norfolk Island. Ball named the uninhabited island after British Admiral Richard Howe, and the sea stack situated to the island’s south Balls Pyramid, after. Rabone, Harold R. Lord Howe Island: Its discovery and early associations to Sydney: Australis. Recher, Harry F; Clark, Stephen S. Environmental survey of Lord Howe Island: a report to the Lord Howe Island Board / edited by Harry F. Recher and Stephen S. Clark Lord Howe Island .

Land. The early settlers were squatters who had no title to their land. There is still no freehold title on Lord Howe Island. When the Lord Howe Island Act was passed in , islanders received leases and licences to use the land. There are leases in perpetuity for residences, special leases for agriculture or grazing for a maximum term of 10 years and permissive occupancies which give a bare. Lord Howe Island - Its Discovery and Early Associations, to By: Harold R. Rabone Price: $ AUD Publisher: Sydney, Australis:   Faunal material was excavated at two sites on Lord Howe Island, a small remnant volcanic island located between the Australian east coast and New Zealand in the Tasman Sea ().The island appears to have been uninhabited prior to its discovery in (Rabone, , Anderson, ), but rapidly became a key resupplying destination for passing whaling, sealing, trade and colonial ships. Lord Howe Island: Its discovery and early associations to Sydney: Australis. Recher, Harry F; Clark, Stephen S (). Environmental survey of Lord Howe Island: a report to the Lord Howe Island Board / edited by Harry F. Recher and Stephen S. Clark Lord Howe Island Board (N.S.W.). Australian Museum: Dept. of Environmental Studies.