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Charts of part of New Zealand, or the islands of Aeheinomowe [i.e. North Island] and Tovypoenammu [i.e. South Island] lying in the South Seas, by Lieutenant J. Cook, commander of his Majesty’s Bark, the Endeavour, 1770
(Mitchell Library location: SAFE/DLSPENCER 166)
Cook first landed in New Zealand at Poverty Bay in early October 1769 and mapped the entire coast over the course of the next few months before sailing on to the east coast of Australia.