Pacific Islands Literature, One Hundred Basic Books
. Hill I, pp.
: “Some of the most important research ever done on the Pacific”; p.
National Maritime Museum: Voyages
a. O’Reilly-Reitman, p.
: “[Ces vol-
umes] rendent pratiquement caduc tout ce qui a paru jusqu’alors au suject de ces
voyages de cir-
. The definitive reference to Cook’s voyages and life con-
taining extensive commentary, notes, and supporting documents drawn from his surviving holo-
graph journals, along with writings of crew members and other sources. A stunning achievement of
modern textual and historical scholarship that will never be superseded and which presents for the
first time in print many sources previously available only in manuscript.
. [COOK: BIBLIOGRAPHY & SUPPORTING MATERIAL]. BEDDIE, M. K.
Bibliography of Captain
James Cook R.N., F.R.S., Circumnavigator. The Library of New South Wales.
[Trustees of the Public Library of New South Wales],
vo, original blue cloth.
Very fine in slightly wrinkled d.j.
Second edition, revised and extended (first edition,
) of the standard bibliography of Cap-
tain Cook and his associates, including realia and manuscript materials. An essential work.
: “An encylopedic compendium.”
. [COOK: BIBLIOGRAPHY & SUPPORTING MATERIAL]. BISHOP MUSEUM. Brigham, William
Memoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum of Polynesian Ethnology and Natural Histo-
[wrapper title]. Honolulu: Bishop Museum Press,
vols., folio, original
tan printed wrappers. Consisting of four works by Brigham:
Hawaiian Feather Work
. Vol. I, #
, ii pp.,
color and black and white plates, text illus-
Stone Implements and Stone Work of the Ancient Hawaiians
and white plates, text illustrations.
Mat and Basket Weaving of the Ancient Hawaiians
. Vol. II, #
pp., black and white
plates, text illustrations.
Old Hawaiian Carvings Found in a Cave on the Island of Hawaii
. Vol. II, #
Some wrappers chipped and separated, some pages and plates chipped, but generally very good.
Two with contemporary ink signature of Alice Kennedy on upper wrapper.
Hawaiian National Bibliography
(citing Vol. I, #
): “The first mono-
graph on the subject.” A series of four original publications on Hawaiian antiquities by the distin-
guished scientist and educator, who was the museum’s first director and established its publica-
tion program. These publications are particularly valuable for the many illustrations they repro-
duce of fragile Hawaiian cultural artifacts. The Museum remains a premier Hawaiian cultural
. [COOK: BIBLIOGRAPHY & SUPPORTING MATERIAL]. CLARK, Thomas Blake.
Polynesian Ambassador to England: The True Story of His Voyage there in
with Captain Cook;
of How He Was Feted by Fanny Burney, Approved by Samuel Johnson, Entertained by Mrs. Thrale &
Lord Sandwich and Painted by Sir Joshua Reynolds
. [San Francisco]: Colt Press,