Voyages, Visits

1767. Byron, John. Voyage round the world in His Majesty's ship the Dolphin, commanded by...Byron... 135-8, (8vo). London. BM DU/12/B99.
1773. Hawkesworth, John. An Account of the Commodore Byron, Captain Wallis, Captain Cataret, and Captain Cook... 3 vols. W. Strahan and T. Cadell, London.
1776. anon. A Voyage Round the World in His Majesty's Ship 'Dolphin', Commanded by the Honourable Commodore Byro n..., by an officer on Board the said Ship. T. Pridden, London.
1784. Cook, Capt. James & Capt. James King. A Voyage To The Pacific Ocean... 1776-1780. Christmas Island: Vol. 2, 180-89. Stockdale and Fielding, London.
1789. Dixon, George. A Voyage Round the World...performed in 1785, 1786, 1787, and 1788, in the 'King George' and 'Queen Charlotte', Captains Portlock and Dixon. 2nd edition. Geo. Goulding, London.
1789. Gilbert, Thomas, Capt. Voyage from New South Wales to Canton, in the Year 1788, with Views of the Islands Discovered. 99pp, (ii, x, 85pp), plates, (4to). (printed by George Stafford for) J. Debrett, London. ML Q981/26A1, 2.
1789. Phillip, Arthur. The Voyage of Governor Phillip to Botany Bay...added the journals of Lieuts. Shortland, Watts, Ball. 252-7. (Woodle's Isl.(Kuria); Hopper's Isl.(Abemama); Henderville's Isl.(Aranuka)). London. BM DU/96/P55.
1792. Forster, J.R. Kapitain Gilbert's beschreibung seiner Fahrt von Neu-Sudwallis nach China. in: Magazin von merkwirdigen neuen Reisebeschreibungen i. - 1792.
1796-9. Bishop, Charles. Memoranda on Ship 'Nautilus', Capt. Bishop, Amboyna to Port Jackson, 1796-1799. in: Mitchell Library, ms C192. Sydney.
1798. La Perouse, Jean Francois de Galaup, Comte de. A Voyage Round the World, in the Years 1785, 1786, 1787, and 1788. 3 vols. J. Johnson, London.
1803. Burney, J. A chronological history of the discoveries in the South Sea or Pacific Ocean. I: 179-85. London.
1813. Turnbull, John. A Voyage Round the World in the Years 1800, 1801, 1802, 1803, and 1804, in which the Author visited. .. the Principal Islands of the Pacific Ocean. With a Continuation of their History to the Present Period. 2nd edition. A. Maxwell, London.
1827. Duperrey, L.I. Voyage autour du Monde...sur la Corvette de Sa Majesté la 'Coquille', pendant les Anné es 1822, 1823, 1824 et 1825. in: Hydrographie, Atlas. Arthus Bertrand, Paris.
1827. Krusenstern, Adam Ivan von. Recueil de mémoires hydrographiques, pour servir d'analyse et d'explication a l'atlas de l'oc ém pacifique. 4 vols, atlas, 377-84, 475-7. A. Pluchart, St. Petersbourg.
1829. Lesson, R.P. Voyage Médical autour du Monde Executé sur la Corvette la 'Coquille' Commandée par M.L.I. Duperrey, pendant les Années 1822, 1823, 1824, et 1825... Roret, Paris.
1831. Paulding, Hiram. Journal of a Cruise of the United States Schooner 'Dolphin' among the Islands of the Pacific Ocean, and a visit to the Mulgrave Islands, in pursuit of the mutineers of the whaleship 'Globe'. iv, 258pp, map. G. & C. & H. Carvill, NY.
1832-4. Dumont d'Urville, J.S.C. Voyage de decouvertes autour du monde et a la recherche de La Perouse... sur la Corvette l'Astrolabe ... 1826-1829. 5 vols. Paris.
1834-5. Dumont d'Urville, J.S.C. Voyage Pittoresque autour du Monde; résumé général des voyages de d&eacu te;couvertes de Magellan, Tasman, Dampier, Anson... 2 vols, (4to); vol 2, 440-4. L. Tenre, Henri Dupuy, Paris. BM G/159/D89.
1835. Fanning, Edmund. Voyage around the world, with selected sketches of voyages to the south seas. NY.
1836. Reney, William. A Narrative of the Shipwreck of the Corsair, in the month of January, 1835, on an unknown reef near the Kingsmill Islands, in the South Pacific Ocean, with a detail of the dreadful sufferings of the crew. Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longmans, London.
1839. Lesson, R.P. Voyage autour du Monde Entrepris par Ordre du Gouvernement sur la Corvette 'La Coquille'. 2 vols. P. Pourrat Frères, Paris.
1840. Bennett, Frederick Debell. Narrative of a Whaling Voyage around the Globe, from the year 1833 to 1836. 2 vols (Vol 1: 365-88). London.
1844. Baker, L.A. Visit to Henderville's and Woodall's Islands. in: The Friend, 1844, Mar 25, 33-4 (extra). BM DU/620/F.
1844. Simpson, T. Beckford (Cmdr. of Barque Giraffe). Pacific Navigation and British Seamen. in: The Nautical Mag. and Naval Chronicle 13.99-103. London.
1847. Coulter, John (MD). Adventures on the Western Coast of South America, and the Interior of California: including a Narrat ive of Incidents at the Kingsmill Islands, New Ireland, New Britain, New Guinea, and other Islands in the Pacific Ocean. 2 vols (1st edition - 1845). Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, London. ML 988/C.
1848. Spencer, Thomas. Narrative of the Events Attending the Massacre of part of the Crew belonging to the Whaleship 'Trito n' of New Bedford, by the Natives of Sydenham's Island. in: Sandwich Islands News Press. (micro. Gen'l Micro Co, Cambridge, Mass 1978) A.N.U. E.A.Rockwell, Honolulu.
1848. anon. The Wreck of the Bremen Whaleship "Mozart". in: The Friend, Oct, p77.
1851. Lucette, M. Rovings in the Pacific from 1837 to 1849 with a glance at California. 2: 234-245. London.
1851 (nd). Webster, John, Capt. The Last Cruise of the Wanderer. 24-51, 8vo (notes on the Gilbertese and Banabans in 1851). F. Cunninghame, Sydney. BM DU/12/W38/locked case.
1851-2. anon. Logbooks of the Schooner 'Supply' on three voyages from Sydney to the Gilbert Islands and return, 17 .10.1851-9.12.1852. (possession of Mr. C. Douglas Smith, Glenbrook, N.S.W.).
1852. Gulick, Luther H. Journal of a Voyage: dated 'Caroline' August, 1852, and addressed to Mrs. Persis Taylor, Correspondi ng Secretary of the Sandwich Islands Mission Children's Society. ms. Hawaiian Mission Children's Society, Honolulu.
1853 (?). Jenkins, John S. Explorations and Adventures in and around the Pacific and Antarctic Oceans. Nelson, London.
1853-4. Beresford, William, Capt. Log-book of the Ship 'Louisa', commanded by William Beresford, on a voyage to Kingsmill Group and ba ck. Mitchell Library, Sydney. ML MS A2596.
1854. Jenkins, John S. Recent Exploring Expeditions to the Pacific, and to the South Seas, under the American, English and French governments. sm 8vo, 410-19. BM DU/12/J52/locked case.
1855. Pierson, George. Journal of a Voyage from Sandwich Islands through the Kingsmill and Mulgrave Islands to Strong's Isl and in the Caroline Group. Prepared for D.C. and W.C. Pierson, Augusta U.S.A. - by their son, George Pierson. ms 19.4, vol.2. American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, Boston.
1858. anon. Morning Star Leaves Hiram Bingham at Abaiang. in: The Friend, Feb '58, p12. Honolulu.
1859. Brooks, N.C. The Cruise of the 'Gambia'. in: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Aug 11, 18, 1859. BM DU/PacPam/1081.
1859. Brown, John W., Capt. Second Trip of the 'Morning Star' to Micronesia. in: The Friend, Feb 1 '59, p13. Honolulu.
1860. Brown, John W., Capt. Third Trip of the 'Morning Star' to Micronesia (letter). in: The Friend, Feb 1 '60, p12-13. Honolulu.
1860. Garret (?). Report of visit of naturalist Garret: visit in 'Morning Star'. in: The Friend, Mar 1 '60, p 17. (see Agassiz; Harvard Museum). Honolulu.
1860. Gelett, C.W. Cruise of the 'Morning Star' to the Kingsmill and Caroline Islands (letter Oct 16 '60). in: The Friend, Nov 1 '60, p 83-4. Honolulu.
1860. Harvey, T. Notes of a voyage to the Pacific in H.M.S. Havanna. in: Naut. Mag. 29 (6): 302-07, (7): 358-61, (8): 420-25, (10): 521-25, (11): 587-91.
1861. Jones, John D. Life and Adventure in the South Pacific, by a roving printer. 361 pp. Harper, NY. ML 989/J.
1870. Truxton, N.J., Cmdr. U.S.S. Jamestown at sea, 2 May 1870... reporting transactions at the Gilbert Islands. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
1871. Gill, William Wyatt, Rev. Diary of a tour of the Gilbert, Ellice, Union and Loyalty Islands in the John Williams... 21 May to 11 October, 1871.
1871. Whitmee, S.J. A Missionary Cruise in the South Pacific...among the Tokelau, Ellice and Gilbert Islands, in the Mis sionary Barque 'John Williams', during 1870. 40 pp (6-7, 19-21, 28-40). Joseph Cook & Co., Sydney.
1874. Le Gras, Alexandre [1812-]. Océan Pacifique: renseignments sur les archipels Marshall et Gilbert, d'après les docu ments les plus récents. 8, 4, 75pp. [France] Depot des cartes et plans de la Marine [instruction] no.538. P. Dupont, Paris. UH MIC/830/#2.
1874. Skerrett, J.S. Report to Secretary of the Navy by J.S. Skerrett, Commander of the U.S.S. Portsmouth. 20 leaves, 33 cm, Original in the National Archives, Report Group no. 37., photocopy of handwritten report. (re: Palmyra, Line Islands). UH DU650 .S54.
1874-1878. Turner, George Alexander. Journal 1874-1878. 1 microfilm reel, 35 mm, PMB 129. The journal describes two voyages through the Tokelau, Ellice and Gilbert Groups in the mission ship John Williams. The first voyage was from 26 May to 2 August 1874; and the second from 11 May to 21 July 1878. (Microfilm copy of original held by Australian Presbyterian Board of Missions, Margaret Street, Sydney, N.S.W. Turner (son of the Rev. Dr. George Turner, author of Samoa a hundred years ago and long before, London, 1884) was a medical missionary in Samoa from 1868 to 1879). Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, Canberra. ANL.
1879. Powell, T. Journal 'Report of the Tenth Annual Missionary Voyage to Ellice and Gilbert Groups', 10 October - 3 November, 1879.
1879. Powell, T. Journal of a Visit to the Gilbert Islands in 1879. in: LMS Archives, LMS Journals. LMS, London.
1881. Fradin, E. Descriptions et plans des iles composant l'archipel Gilbert. Voyage du Buffon, 1879-1880. 100pp. Royan, Paris.
1881. Maxwell, Willliam Harold, Capt. Report on Ellice, Gilbert, Marshall and Caroline Is. np 14, 1. original in Colonial office library. (microfilm: London, 'Recordak' Mic. Serv, Kodak Ltd. UH MIC/608.
1883. anon. HMS Espiègle: Report of Proceedings on Cruise to Ellice, Gilbert (or Kingsmill), Caroline and Pelew Islands, April to October 1883. 22pp.
1884. Caillet, X. Iles découvertes par Pedro Fernández de Quirós du 21 Décembre 1605 au Ma rs 1606, dans sa traversée du Callao à l'île Gente Hermosa. in: Journal Officiel des Établissements Française de l'Océanie, 22: 135-8.
1884. Moore, W.U., Lt. Reports of Proceedings of H.M.S. 'Dart' in the Fiji, Ellice, Gilbert, Marshall, New Britain, &c., Gr oups, from May to September, 1884. in: RNAS XVI, 26. Government Printer, Sydney.
1884. Woodford, C.M. Journal of a visit to the Gilbert and Ellice Islands in 1884. Woodford Papers, Bundle 25. A.N.U., Dept. of Pacific History, Canberra.
1886. Bridge, Sir I.A.G. Cruises in Melanesia, Micronesia, and Western Polynesia. ML 988/B.
1886. Rooke, Eustace. Reports of Commander Eustace Rooke, HMS Miranda, of Proceedings when visiting Islands of the Union G roup, Sophia and Rotuman Islands, the Ellice Group and the Gilbert Group. April to July 1886. 29pp (NS National Archives). Royal Navy, Australian Station, Gov't Printer, Sydney.
1889. Werner, B. von. Ein Deutches Kriegsschiff in der Sudsee. 314-59. F.A. Brockhaus, Leipzig. ML 989/W.
1890. Slocum, Joshua (Capt.). Voyage of the 'Liberdade'. Description of a voyage "down to the sea". (sm8vo), 171pp, 160-71. (Rescue of some Gilbert Islanders) [also in "The Voyages of Joshua Slocum", collected and introducted by Walter Magnes Teller, NY, Sheridan, 1985. (1958). BM DU/12/S63.
1892. Davis, Edward H.M., Capt. Log of HMS Royalist, June 8, 1891 to Aug. 25, 1892: commanding officer Capt. Ed. H.M. Davis. np 180 (ie 360pp). Gt. Britain Pub. Records Off, F.D. 919, Admiralty 53/15479. UH MIC/876/#2.
1892. Davis, Edward H.M., Capt. Papers Respecting the Declaration of a British Protectorate of the Gilbert Islands by Capt. Davis of her Majesty's Ship 'Royalist' and general reports upon the Gilbert, Ellice, and Marshall Islands. 147 pp (np), 32cm, "Public Record Office FD862. Reference: FO confidential print 6269". (& microfilm. London Pub. Rec. Off. 196-, reel 7 of 14, neg. 35mm. FO 534/58). UH PAC/DU615/D38, UH MICROFILM S00627 no.58.
1892. Fischer, Captain. Reise von Apia nach den Gilbert und Marschall Inseln. in: Annalen der Hydrographie und maritimen Meteorologie, 215-17. microfilm, U. of Cal. Lib. Photographic Serv., 1 reel, neg., 35mm. Berlin. UH MIC/774/No.4, UH MICROFILM D25008 no.4.
1893. Thurston, John Bates, Sir [1836-1897]. Journal Kept by J.B. Thurston, High Commission for the West Pacific, during his cruise to investigat e the British Protectorate over the G & E I, Jun 25-Aug 7, 1893. 1 v., holograph and ts. microfilm Suva, Fiji. National Archives of Fiji, 1972, item 2 of 2 on 1 mic. reel, 35mm, cat.L56. UH MIC/5358/item 2.
1894. Cousins, George. The Story of the South Seas, Written for Young People. 211, 4pp, 5 maps, frontis, illus, index, 8vo. (history of missionary work in the South Seas from the voyage of the 'Duff' in 1796 to work in New Guinea in the 1890's) . LMS, London.
1895. Hercouet, C. Un archipel peu connu de la Micronésie (îles Francis, Gilbert ou Kingsmill). in: Bul. Géog. historique et descriptive, 424-36, 1895.
1896. Stevenson, Robert Louis [1850-1894]. In the South Seas: being an account of experiences and observations in the Marquesas, Paumotus and G ilbert Islands in the course of two cruises on the yacht "Casco" (1888) and the schooner "Equator" (1889). ix, 370pp 23cm. Chas Scribners Sons, NY. ML 989/22A1.
1901. Amherst of Hackney, Lord, and Sir Basil Thomson. The Discovery of the Solomon Islands by Álvaro Mendaña in 1568. in: Hakluyt Society, Series I, Nos 7-8, 2 vols. The Hakluyt Society, London.
1904. Byrn, R.G. Commission of HMS Archer. ML 980/B.
1904. Markham, Clements, Sir. The Voyages of Pedro Fernández de Quirós, 1595-1606. in: Hakluyt Society, Series II, Nos.14-15, 2 vols. The Hakluyt Society, London.
1914. Stevenson, Frances Matilda (Mrs. RLS). The Cruise of the 'Janet Nichol' among the South Sea Islands: a diary (by Mrs. RLS). xii, 189, (8vo), ill, maps. Charles Scribner's Sons, NY. BM DU/12/564, ML 989/16A1.
1918. Eliot, Edward Carlyon. In an open boat on the Pacific. in: United Empire, Sept. 1918, 393-5.
1918. Mahlmann, J.J. Reminisces of an Ancient Mariner. vii, 240pp, li, ill, maps. The Japan Gazette, Yokohama. BM DU/500/M21, ML 980/M.
1924. Fanning, Edmund. Voyages and discoveries in the south sea. 335pp, maps, 32 pls (Fanning p160, Washington p161). Salem.
1924-5. Depigny, Joseph (MSC). Une visite aux Missions des Iles Gilbert et de la Papouasie. in: Annales de Notre-Dame du Sacré Coeur LIX (1924); LX (1925)...see Streit 545-6. Issoudun.
1925. McClure, H.R. Land Travel and Seafaring; a frivolous record of twenty years' wanderings. xvi, 286pp, ill, 24cm. Hutchinson, London. AT 910 Macc 1925p.
1929. Ettling, C. Eine Reise nach den Gilbert-Inseln. in: Jambo 6.77-81.
1931. Corbin, I.A. All Aboard! A Voyage in the Children's Missionary Steamship John Williams IV, described in a series of letters. 155pp, ill (GI: 69-95). LMS, Westminister.
1933. Howay, F.W. The Ship Eliza at Hawaii in 1799. in: Hawaiian Historical Society, 1933, 42nd Annual Report.
1934. Beaglehole, John Cawte. The Exploration of the Pacific. 411pp, 4 maps. A. & C. Black, London.
1934. MacCallum, Thomson, Murray. Adrift in the South Seas: including adventures with Robert Louis Stevenson. Los Angeles.
1937. anon. Christmas Island Sloop 'Leith' lands Fiji radio operator and party. Who owns Christmas Island? in: PIM 7(8):10.
1939. Mack, Eddie. Fifteenth Cruise to American Line Islands. in: Paradise of the Pacific, 51(5):30, May.
1939. Someki, Atsushi. A Week in the Gilbert Islands (Ei-ryou Gilbert no ichi-shuujitsu). in: The Japanese Journal of Ethnology (Minzokugaku kenkyuu) 5(1), 47-74. (copy in: The University of Tokyo Library, 7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113; and:, National Diet Library, 1-10-1 Nagata-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100).
1940. Haley, Nelson Cole [1832-1900]. The Journal of Nelson Haley, a Whaler. 3, l, 427pp, maps. (The original ms of this journal was lent to the Dept of Geography (UH) by Mrs M. H. Rothwell (Honolulu), and typed by NYA Students under the supervision of J.W. Coulter). UH PAC/G545/H35/Closed Shelves.
1940. Jackson, C.F. Britain's Coral Atolls in the W. Pacific: A voyage among the Gilbert and Ellice Islands in a motor v essel engaged in tropical trading. in: The Island Colonist, Aug 1940, 365-70, ill, map. ML Public Library.
1940. McClellan, Edwin North (Ned North). Eighteenth Cruise to Line Islands. in: Paradise of the Pacific, 52(5):30, May.
1940. McClellan, Edwin North (Ned North). Seventeenth Cruise to Line Islands. in: Paradise of the Pacific, 52(1):21, Jan.
1942. Robson, R.N. Life on the "Lousy Islands": Some impressions of a visit to the equatorial atolls: the horrors of a balanced budget in the Gilbert and Ellice Colony. in: PIM 12(6):23-6. ML Q988.05/P.
1944. Hudson, Loring G. & Sgt. E.R. Cameron. Report on Survey Trip to Marianas, Marshalls, Gilberts. Sept 21-Oct 25, 1944. 15pp, mimeographed. BM QH/NatHisPam/123.
1944. Morison, Samuel Eliot. Gilberts and Marshalls - Past of Recently Captured Pacific Groups. in: Life 16; 90-6+ May 22, 1944.
1944. Morison, Samuel Eliot [1887-1976]. Historical Notes on the Gilbert and Marshall Islands. in: The American Neptune IV, no.2, 1944, 87-118. 26cm. Salem, Mass. BM DU/HistPam/282, UH PAC/DU615/M66, ML Q910.905/1.
1945. Baker, A.S. Morning Stars and the Missionary Packet. 38pp, ill, (12o), forward by Adm. Nimitz. Star Bulletin Press, Honolulu.
1947. Eastman, George Hubert. Voyagers All! The Story of the Ships of the London Missionary Society. LMS.
1948. Haley, Nelson Cole. Whale Hunt: the narrative of a voyage by Nelson Cole Haley, harpooner in the ship Charles W. Morgan, 1849-53. 304pp, ill, map, 22cm; 115-19 (Nikunau). (printed from the original ms now in the Marine Museum of t he Marine Historical Association, at Mystic, Conn.). I. Washburn, NY. BM DU/12/H16, UH PAC/G545/H3.
1949. Osten, Carl. Tarawa: honderd dagen in een reddingboot en op een koraaleiland. Naar het verhaal van de Deense tele grafist Sigfried K. Bruun. 199pp, illus, map on lining papers, 21cm. "Oorspronkelijke titel: 100 Dogn i redningsbaad og paa kor alo. Vertailing: Dra. N. Boelin-Ranneft". Assen, Born. UH PAC/D811.5/047.
1951. Day, A. Grove. Strongman of the Saginaw: Shipwreck off Ocean I. provides a saga of indomitable courage. in: American Heritage n.s., vol 2(3), 13-5, 1951. BM DU/PacPam/794.
1951. Luomala, Katharine. Logbook of a Voyage to the Middle of the Earth (1948). in: Pacific Discovery, vol 4, no 2, Mar-Apr 1951, 4-14, illus, 28cm. California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco. BM DU/1/P12, UH PAC/DU615/L86.
1952. Moore, Rosa. Over the Reef: Landing on Ocean I. Rosa Moore tells us how it is done in a westerly gale. in: PIM 22(6):64-5. BM DU/1/P.
1957. Webster, John, Capt. In the Wake of the 'Wanderer': tragedy of 1851. in: PIM 27(12):85-6. (Three sketches - Solomons and Gilberts). BM DU/1/P10.
1958. Phelan, Nancy (Creagh). Atoll Holiday. xvi, 212 pp, illus, 25cm. forward by H.E. Maude. Angus & Robertson, Sydney. UH PAC/DU615/P45, ML 989.2/1.
1959. Maude, Henry Evans. Spanish Discoveries in the Central Pacific: A Study in Identification. in: JPS 68(4):284-326.
1959. Phelan, Nancy. The Gilbert Islands. in: Geographical Magazine, Apr 1959, 598-604, ill. London.
1960. Devambez, Louis. Visite aux îles Gilbert. in: Bulletin du Pacifique Sud 10(2), 1960, 10-14, 19, ill. Nouméa.
1960. Sharp, Andrew. The Discovery of the Pacific Islands. xiv, 259pp, maps, plate. The Clarendon Press, Oxford.
1961. Beaglehole, John Cawte (ed.). The Journals of Captain James Cook. Vol II, The Voyage of the Resolution and Adventure, 1772-1775. The Hakluyt Society, London.
1961. Maude, Henry Evans. Post-Spanish Discoveries in the Central Pacific. in: JPS 70:67-111, bibl. ML 980/40A1.
1961. Peale, Titian Ramsay. South Pacific Revisited. in: Poesch, J.: Titian Ramsay Peale, 1799-1885, and his journals of the Wilkes expedition, 177-189. ML Q927.5/P358/1A1.
1963. Meadows, D.J. Visit to Christmas Island. unpublished report. Tarawa, Gilbert Islands.
1965. Dunmore, John. French Explorers in the Pacific. 2 vols. Oxford, Clarendon Press.
1965. Reisenberg, Saul H. Table of Voyages Affecting Micronesian Islands. in: Oceania 36(2), 1965, 155-70. (See: Sharp & Mason, 1966). Sydney.
1966. Chatfield, Neville. A Trip to the Gilbert Islands at the Turn of the Century. in: PIM 37(10):85-9. BM DU/1/P10.
1966. Kelly, Celsus, (ed.). La Australia del Espiritu Santo. The Journal of Fray Martin de Munillo O.F.M. and other documents r elating to the Voyage of Pedro Fernández de Quirós to the South Sea (1605-1606) and the Franciscan Missionary Plan (1617-1627). in: Hakluyt Society, Series II, Vols CXXVI-CXXVII, 2 vols. The Hakluyt Society, London.
1966. Mason, Leonard & Andrew Sharp. Early Micronesian Voyaging (Response to S.H. Reisenberg, Oceania Sep 1965. Comment by LM to AS). in: Oceania 37(1), 1966, 64-5; 37(2), p155. (see: Reisenberg, S.H. - 1965).
1966. Osbun, Albert G. To California and the South Seas: the Diary of Albert G. Osbun, 1849-1851. edited by John Haskell Kemble. 233pp, 8vo. ("Dr. Osbun organized an expedition to Fanning Island, Sa moa, Wallis Island, and Pearl and Hermes reefs...73pp of this volume on the voyage, with many details on the islands and their inhabitants"). Huntington Library, San Marino, CA.
1966. Ward, R. Gerard, editor. American Activities in the Central Pacific, 1790-1870: A History, Geography, and Ethnography... 8 vols, 4, 242pp, 307 b/w illus, maps. (based on W.P.A. '30s project, compilation from newspapers an d logbooks of all visits by American seamen and whalers to the islands of the Pacific 1790-1870) Vol 1: Abaiang to Baker. Gregg Press, Ridgewood, NJ.
1968. Tyler, David B. The Wilkes Expedition - The First U.S. Exploring Expedition (1838-41). 435pp. American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia.
1971. Dodge, Ernest S. Beyond the Capes - Pacific Exploration from Captain Cook to the Challenger 1776-1877. 429pp. Gollancz, London.
1972. Jansen, A.A.J. Report on a Visit to the G & E I, 5 Jun - 8 Aug, 1971. ii, 35 l, "WPRO 5601 (GEI)". World Health Organization Regional Office for the Western Pacific. UH PAC/RA558/G5/J3.
1973. anon. The Encyclopedia of Discovery and Exploration: Pacific Voyages. 488pp, illus, 8vo. Doubleday, Garden City, NY.
1974. Beaglehole, John Cawte. The Life of Captain James Cook. A. & C. Black, London; Stanford U. Press.
1976. Woodcock, George. South Sea Journey. 341pp (G.I. 125-83). Faber & Faber, London.
1977. Siers, James. Taratai: A Pacific Adventure. 306pp, illus (part col.), maps on lining papers, 23 cm. (1976 voyage from Tarawa to Fiji in a 76 foo t canoe). Millwood Press, Wellington, NZ.
1984. Thomas, Mifflin. Mid-Pacific Supply Ship: a voyage in the thirties. 54pp, ill., maps, 22 cm, limited edition (300x). Seacoast Press, Santa Barbara, Calif. UH G540.T46 1984.
1985. Cornell, Gwenda. Pacific Odyssey. 218pp, map, 17 photos, illus. (yacht voyage of an English family: Easter Island, Pitcairn, Bora Bora , Cook Islands, Tonga, Samoa, Tuvalu, Kiribati, Fiji, Vanuatu). Adlard Coles, London.
1987. Eyley, Claudia Pond & Robin White [1946-]. Twenty-eight Days in Kiribati. 104pp, ill. (some col.), maps, 29 cm. Includes extracts from authors' diaries, interviews, reproduct ions of Robin White's woodcuts, and "Beginner's Guide to Gilbertese". "Published with the assistance of the Auckland City Art Gallery.". New Women's Press, Auckland. UH DU615.2 .E95 1987.
1988. Reynolds, William, Lt. Voyage to the Southern Ocean: The Letters of Lieutenant William Reynolds from the U.S. Exploring Exp edition, 1838-42. edited by Anne Hoffman Cleaver & E. Jeffrey Stann. introduction and epilogue by Herman J. Viola. 325 pp, 27 illus, index, bibl, 8vo. Naval Institute Press, Annapolis.
1989. Fersing, Valentin. Un lixingeois parti au bout du monde. Lixing, France.
1991. Levesque, Rodrique. Ships through Micronesia: A Chronological Listing of Significant Ships that Passed through Micronesi an Waters from Magellan's Time to the Present, 1521-1991. Quebec: Levesque Publications.
1995. Bell, Gavin. In Search of Tusitala: Travels in the Pacific after Robert Louis Stevenson. "following Robert Louis Stevenson through the Pacific, using Stevenson's own books, diaries and lett ers as reference. Travels through French Polynesia, Hawaii and Kiribati, eventually ending up in Samoa". Picador, London.