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Brian Hooker

New Zealand

 

List of published papers and monographs

 

By

 

Brian Hooker

 


1972

 

1) “New light on the mapping and naming of New Zealand”  The New Zealand Journal of History 6, no. 2 (October 1972), 158-67.

 

1975

 

2) “Polynesian discovery of new land”  The New Zealand Herald  4 January 1975, Section 2, p. 3.

 

1983

 

3) (letter) “Polynesian Navigation” New Zealand Listener 12 March 1983, p. 12.

 

4) (letter) “Java-la-Grande” The Map Collector No. 23 (June 1983). p.48

 

5) “Some preliminary notes on the original and revised issues of the McDonnell-Wyld 1834 chart of New Zealand,” The Turnbuill Library Record, 16, no. 2, (Ocyober 1983), 111-25.

 

1984

 

6) (letter) “Java-la-Grande” The Map Collector No. 29 (Dec. 1984).p.p. 50-51.

 

1986

 

7) “The Waitemata Harbour unveiled - 1840” New Zealand Geographer, 42, no. 2 (October 1986), 70-72.

 

8) “Felton Mathew’s 1840 foundation plan of Auckalnd” The Map Collector, 37 (December 1986), 7-8.

 

1987

 

9) “Additional French manuscript charts to Ollivier’s lists,” Archifacts, (1987) 3, P. 33.

 

10) “An early Auckland transport plan rediscovered”  Auckland-Waikato Historical Journal, No. 50 (April 1987), 32-34.

 

11) (letter) “New Zealand copperplates” The Map Collector No. 41, p. 52.

 

1988

 

12)  “Official general charts of New Zealand: 1772-1885,” The Journal of Navigation 41 (1) 1988, 35-51.

 

13)  “The French contribution to early printed charts of New Zealand,” The Map Collector no. 43 (Summer 1988) part1, 18-25.

 

14)  “The French contribution to early printed charts of New Zealand,” The Map Collector no. 44 (Autumn 1988), part 2, 30-38.

 

1989

 

15)  “An early Waitangi plan,” Auckland-Waikato Historical Journal, no. 54 (April 1989), 39-40.

 

16)  “A preliminary list of survey-charts by Thomas Wing” Archifacts 1989/4 & 1989/1, 30-32.

 

17)  ‘Identifying “Davis’s Land” in Maps” Terrae Incognitae vol. 21 (1989),  55-61.

 

1990

 

18)  “An early French encounter with Northland” Auckalnd-Waikato Historical Journal , no. 56 (April 1990), 9-10.

 

19)  “Finding Australia’s East Coast” The Map Collector no. 50 (Spring 1990), 19-22.

 

20) “Two sets of Tasman longitudes in seventeenth and eighteenth century maps” The Geographical Journal vol. 156, no. 1  (March 1990), 23-30.

 

21) “Early New Zealand coastal views by John Rodolphus Kent” Archifacts (October 1990), 17-20.

 

22) “The origin of ‘Taranaki Bay’ in early New Zealand maps” New Zealand Geographer  vol. 46, no.2 (October 1990), 92-94.

 

23) (letter) “East Indiaman lost an anchor” Rodney & W. Times 25 October 1990, p. 2.

 

1991

 

24) “Thomas Anderson: the little-known European discoverer of the Waitemata Harbour in 1820” Auckland-Waikato Historical Journal No. 58 (April 1991). 18-20.

 

1993

 

25) “New light on Jodocus Hondius’ great world Mercator map of 1598” The Geographical Journal, vol 158, No. 1 (March 1993), 45-50.

 

26) “Finding Port Nicholson: A new look at European discovery and naming claims” The Mariner’s Mirror, vol 790 , No. 2 (May 1993), 179-91.

 

1994

 

27) Bibliography of Published works by Andrew Sharp (published in an edition of three copies all of which are deposited with the National Library, Wellington). (freely available for copying in part or in full without the compiler’s permission).

 

1995

 

28) (letter) “Discovered by accident” The New Zealand Herald 22 April 1995, Section 1, p.8.

 

29) Unpublished work (Deposited with the National Library, Wellington) “Early Cartography in New Zealand - A Guide” 55 pp. (freely available for copying in part or in full without compiler’s permission).

 

1997

 

30) “Raphael Clint’s map of Auckland, 1839” Auckland-Waikato Historical Journal April 1997, No. 69, pp. 37-39.

 

31) “Portages of early Auckland - Waitemata Harbour: the hub of an ancient communications network”  Auckland-Waikato Historical Journal Sept. Sept. 1997 (No. 70) pp. 26-31.

 

32) “La carte du monde de W.J. Blaeu de 1604” Mappemonde 4, 1997, pp. 5-8.

 

1998

 

33) “In the name of the son”  Mercator’s World, vol. 3 No. 4 (July/August 1998),  pp. 44-49.

 

34) "The European Discovery of the Cook Islands"  Terrae Incognitae 30 (1998) pp. 54-62.

 

35)  Letter,  Mercator’s World, September/October 1998 3 (5) p 10. ‘No State of Confusion’ re Hondius’ world map, 1603.

 

2000

 

36)  "Ptolémée connaissait-il lAustralie?" ("Did Claudius Ptolemy know about Australia?.") MappeMonde 59, September 2000, pp.37-40.

 

37) Early New Zealand Printed Maps, DelZur Research, Orewa.

 

38) "Thomas Wing's northern charts" Auckland-Waikato Historical Journal October/November, 2000 (No. 76) pp. 1-6.

 

39)  "Identifying Cook's discoveries in Hauraki Gulf - 1769 The New Zealand Map Society Journal 13, pp. 93-95.

 

2001

 

40)  "James Cook's secret search in 1769" (in) Mariner's Mirror.  Vol. 87, No. 3 (August 2001), pp. 297-302.

 

41)  “Down with Bligh, Hurrah for Tahiti” – A fresh look at the mysterious voyage of the Bounty.  Mercator’s World, September/October 2001 Vol 6 No. 3 pp38-43.

 

42)  Cartobibliography 3 : Brian Hooker, Datum Newsletter of the New Zealand Map Society, 15 (Sept. 2001), pp. 2-3.

 

43   (letter) “Father Blaeu” Mercator’s World Nov/Dec 2001 (Vol 6 no 6) pp.7-8.

 

44   “The de Surville monument, Northland” (in) Auckland-Waikato Historical Journal, No 79 (May 2002), p. 32

 

2002

 

45)  Discovered but not revealed – Magellan’s “Unfortunate Islands” Mercators World, Vol 7. No 6  Nov.-Dec. 2002, pp. 22-25.

 

46)  Identifying Abel Tasman’s Discoveries in Three Kings Islands Archifacts,  April 2002, pp. 43-49.

 

47) A Plan of Auckland circa 1850, Auckland – Waikato Historical Journal, November 2002 (No. 80), p. 18.

 

48)  Dictionary of New Zealand Map-Makers & an appendix: Early Cartography in New Zealand – a Guide. DelZur Research, Orewa. 203 pages

 

49) The problem of North Cape, New Zealand (in) New Zealand Map Society Journal, number 15, 2002, pp.47-49.

 

2003

 

50) The first traverse of Rangitoto Channel and Tamaki Strait by a European vessel – 1820 (in) Auckland – Waikato Historical Society Journal  No. 81, May 2003, pp. 30-33.

 

51) Was John Rodolphus Kent responsible for an 1826 survey-plan of Port Nicholson attributed to James Herd? (in) New Zealand Map Society Journal, No. 16, 2003.

 

2004

 

52) Finding New Zealand, DelZur Research, Orewa, 2004.

 

53) The European discovery of the Tonga Islands (in) Terrae Incognitae, 2004.

 

2006

 

54) Letter:  "Polynesian way-finding" New Zealand Herald Tuesday December 5, 2006. Page A10.