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Map of the Colony of New Zealand from Official Documents by John Arrowsmith 1850, belonging to Frederic Alonzo Carrington. It is thought that Carrington purchased the map in London before returning to New Zealand in 1857.
The map was published on 2 July 1850 by John Arrowsmith, 10 Soho Square, London. Showing the three islands 'New Ulster', 'New Munster' and 'New Leinster', including geographical features and locations of some towns. Small world map in bottom right corner. Inscribed 'Fred. A. Carrington' bottom right corner. Includes a case with inscriptions 'F.A. Carrington' and 'J.M. Deacon'.
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One plan for the New Plymouth Harbour Board of an alternative plan for the extension of the current breakwater by GWB Lowson, 1921
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One plan for the New Plymouth Harbour Board showing a suggested scheme by GWB Lowson for the future development of the Port, 1924
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A series of plans covering construction on the Newton King Wharf, 1922-1931
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Five plans of a proposed new wharf for the New Plymouth Harbour by G W B Lowson, 1921, 1922, 1929
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Nine plans of the Moturoa Wharf Approach at the New Plymouth Harbour, 1926, 1927
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One plan showing the Hongihongi Lagoon and vicinity, 1930
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Four plans of the New Plymouth Breakwater showing a wave deflector, cross sections, breakwater end and building progress from 1924-1926
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One copy of a plan showing the progress of development of work at the New Plymouth Harbour, 1927
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One copy of a plan showing the approach to the Moturoa Wharf by road including plan and typical cross section, 1926
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One copy of a plan showing the proposed location of a new wharf at the New Plymouth Harbour, 1922
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One plan showing alternative schemes for the extension of the New Plymouth Harbour Breakwater, 1921
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One plan from the New Plymouth Harbour Board showing the approach to the Moturoa Wharf, 1926
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One copied plan of a wave deflector inside the breakwater at the New Plymouth Harbour, 1927
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One copy of plan MD 6947. Protection of Foreshore, East End Beach. Rubble Groyne at the end of Buller Street, 1931
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Three plans for dredging equipment including a contract for an additional sand pump for the Dredger Thomas King, a combined Ocean-Going tug and grab for the Dredger Ngamotu and a bucket & suction hopper for the Dredger Paritutu, 1895, 1910, 1927
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One print of survey of New Plymouth roadstead for the Breakwater by Edgar Jones with handwritten notes added to the bottom left corner by F.A. Carrington, 1889?
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Two surveys of the New Plymouth Breakwater, the first showing the position of the tide gauge at the NP Breakwaters, 1923, 1925
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Plans showing a portion of the Paritutu Reserve to be leased by the New Plymouth Harbour Board. Done by G.W.B. Lowson, Engineer to the Harbour Board, 1929
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Shows the Waitara River and fortifications and two section drawings of the Manukorihi Pa. Inset shows the coastline and Waiongana River. Drawn and surveyed by Fred A. Carrington between the years 1840 and 1846. Inscription: 'W.H. Skinner Esq., with kind regards from his old friend O. Carrington, Taranaki".
Scale: 60 feet to 1 inch. Size: 67cm x 100cm.
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In January 1841 Frederick Alonzo Carrington, Chief Surveyor for the Plymouth Company of New Zealand, selected the site for the settlement of New Plymouth. He subsequently made a topographical survey and planned a layout of the town.
Plan of the town and part of the settlement of New Plymouth, New Zealand, 1841-1842. A map of New Plymouth showing some street names, Pa sites (unnamed), reserves and topographical and coastal features. Inset map 'The Islands of New Zealand'.
Scale: 4 inches to 1 mile
Size: 555mm(H) x 380mm(W)
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Plan of the settlement of New Plymouth showing street names, native reserves, company reserves for sale, unappropriated sections and those sections sold or doubtful. Designed and drawn by Fred A. Carrington, Chief Surveyor Plymouth Company of New Zealand, 1 March 1842. ]
Scale: 6 chains to 1 inch
Size: 500mm (H) x 720mm (W)
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Ink and watercolour relief map showing streams and contours. Also with surveyed streets and roads superimposed. Nine pa sites shown including Pukeori, Oronga, Whakawhitiwhiti, Okoare, Pahakaka, Maripu, Pukiekie, Pukaka and Rungapiko. The coast and inland to devon Street from Cutfield Road west is not depicted. Handwritten in pencil upper left and centre: "New Plymouth, New Zealand / by F.A. Carrington 1843 / Scale 20 chains to an inch." Also handwritten in black ink at lower left hand side edge is the following fragmented text: " New Zealand / ...rington / ... 3".
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Ink and wash relief map of the Te Henui River and some districts to the east as far as Mangorei Road. Devon Street in the north, south to about the edge of Awanui Cemetary. Includes a tributary of the Henui now about the line of railway at Strandon/Waiwaka Terrace. Handwritten in black ink lower left: "Enui River / New Plymouth / New Zealand / by F.A. Carrington 1843". Also handwritten in pencil top left corner "3" within a circle.
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Ink and watercolour map of swamp in tributary of Waimea Stream - Ferndale area with some fragmentary surrounding contours in pencil. Also shows Pahakaka pa sketched in pencil (on corner of Waimea / Frankley St). Surveyed roads in pencil and most of area crosshatched with pencil.
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