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Discoverers of the Cook Islands and the Names They Gave

XII. Palmerston

XII. Palmerston


Anon., Isolated Palmerston Island, in: PIM 11(1940) no. 4, pp. 42–43.


Anon., Palmerston, in: CIR 6(1960) no. 9. p. 14.


Davis, G. H., The Marsters Family. Strange Story of Palmerston Island, in: PIM 4(1934) no. 12, pp. 35–36.


Hendrike, A., Affidavit of Nov. 16, 1813, re Events at Palmerston and during the Cruise of “Daphne”, Col. Sec. In-Letters, Bundle 7(1913) pp. 298–303, MS 4(1728), Sydney, Mitchell Library.


Hillas, Julian, 1,000 miles in a small boat. The Odyssey of Jimmy Marsters of Palmerston I., in: PIM 5(1935) no. 12, pp. 40–41.


Hoadley, Samuel E., Deposition of Oct. 28, 1812 before M. Fodger (Capt.) on “Daphne” re Events on Palmerston and Murder of Captain Bearbeck, Col. Sec. In-letters, Bundle 7(1813), pp. 210–212, MS 4(1728). Sydney, Mitchell Library.


Marsters, Ned, Palmerston Island — Cook Group. Transcription of a tape recording made at the Turnbull Library, Wellington, on Febr., 2, 1959. Conversation between John Burland of Wellington and Ned Marsters, Head of Palmerston Island, and his daughter Miss Peka Marsters (46pp.).


Robson, R.W. (ed.), Remarkable Story of the Marsters Family, in: Pacific Islands Year Book, Sydney, 1959 (8th ed.), p. 135.