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A Japanese, in military uniform, addressing his 'poor dog Tray'. This is the only dog left out of the 25 with which the expedition started, May 1911
A map of the hitherto explored country contiguous to Port Jackson: lain down from actual survey 1791
Detail of TL Mitchell's map of the colony of New South Wales showing Botany Bay, Port Jackson and rivers 1834
Detail showing Prospect Hill from 'A map of the hitherto explored country contiguous to Port Jackson' 1791
Little Boy at Manly: "Well! this is the about the last place anybody should come expecting to find the South Pole!"
On board the Kainan Maru: a Japanese sailor and one of the Siberian Sledge Dogs, Wellington Harbour, New Zealand February 1911
Plan du Port Jackson (Nouvelle-Galles du Sud) d'apres le Capitaine John Hunter assujetti aux observations faites a bord des corvettes Francaises en 1802; Plan du comte de Cumberland (Nouvelle-Galles du Sud) d'apres les cartes Anglaises assujetti aux obser
Plan du Port Jackson: leve a bord de la fregate la Thetis commandee par de M. le Baron de Bougainville Capitaine de vaisseau, Chef de l'Expedition 1825, published 1837
Portrait of Bungaree, a native of New South Wales, with Fort Macquarie, Sydney Harbour, in background 1826
Sketch and description of the settlement at Sydney Cove Port Jackson in the County of Cumberland...16th of April, 1788
Sketch of Sydney Cove, Port Jackson in the County of Cumberland New South Wales July 1788, T Medland sculp, coastline by W Dawes, the soundings by Capt Hunter
The Channel to Rose Hill from the beginning of the flats at the head of Port Jackson from the wharf where Stores are landed for Rose Hill: Survey'd 1 Jany 1790
The Japanese Antarctic Expedition's ship Kainan Maru, photographed in the Bay of Whales, January 1912
The deck of the Japanese Antarctic exploration ship: the forecastle of the Kainan Maru, Wellington Harbour February 1911
Trigonometrical survey of Port Jackson: commenced as a military survey by order of General Darling and continued as civil duties permitted or required, by Lt Col Sir TL Mitchell Kt DCL Surveyor General of New South Wales