Posts Tagged ‘Raoul Island’
Reports from Raoul – 30.2622° S 178.5948° E1
June 14, 2018 by Lydia Syson
I’ve been spending the week going through my notes and listening to sound recordings made on the HMNZS Canterbury in the Kermadecs earlier this year, reliving some magnificent moments as I write a number of features for various newspapers and magazines both on the expedition and the human history of Raoul Island. keep reading
Category News | Tags: Experiencing Marine Reserves, Kermadecs, Mr Peacock's Possessions, New Zealand, NZDF, Ocean Sanctuary, Rangitahua, Raoul, Raoul Island, Sir Peter Blake Trust, WWF
Mr Peacock’s Possessions: sources and background reading1
May 4, 2018 by Lydia Syson
As noted in the book, the most important sources for Mr Peacock’s Possessions were:
Elsie K Morton Crusoes of Sunday Island, 1957.
Steven Gentry, Raoul & the Kermadecs: New Zealand’s Northernmost Islands, Steele Roberts, 2013.
Margaret Pointer, Niue 1774-1974: 200 years of contact and change, Otago University Press, 2015.
SOAS London Missionary Society Archives
Category Reviews & more | Tags: Bibliography, blackbirding, island fiction, Kermadecs, Lydia Syson, Missionaries, Mr Peacock's Possessions, Native Teachers, Niue, Pacific Slave Trade, Raoul Island, sources
February 24, 2018 by Lydia Syson
A book cover, an expedition, a story. keep reading
Category News | Tags: Kermadecs, Lancastria, Mr Peacock's Possessions, New Zealand, Ocean Sanctuary, Pew Trusts, Raoul Island, Scoop magazine, Sir Peter Blake Trust