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1756 map of Australia and New Zealand
1780 map of Australia - as Ulimaroa
1724 Map of East Asia and Australia
A new chart of New Holland (Australia) on which are delineated New South Wales and a plan for Botany Bay (1770)
Before the beginning of the 19th century, Australia did not have an official name. Here are some names given to Australia on maps at the end of the 18th century
1797 map of Australasia, Polynesia and part of South-East Asia. Australia is called Ulimaroa
Map of Australia, 1793
Subdivisions of Australia from 1787 to 1908
1724 map of Australia
Indigenous Land in Australia 1788-2013
1753 German reproduction of Jacques Nicolas Bellin's map of Australia - joined to New Guinea, with some of New Zealand
Copy of the first Maori map of New Zealand. 1793. Primarily of Northland.
The Settlement at Sydney Cove, Australia - Taken by a Transported Convict on the 16th of April, 1789
Ottoman picture of the known world printed around 1730, depicting everything from the island of California to an extremely accurate Australia
1753 French Map of Australia and part of New Zealand
Australia 1770
1744 map of Asia from Middle East, Russia, India, China, Japan to Southeast Asia showing the north coast of Australia
1766 map of Australia
1771 map of Australia
French copy of Cook’s foundation map of New Zealand, showing the track of the Endeavour around both islands, from October 6, 1769, to April 1, 1770 by John Hawkesworth
Australia 1767
1776 map of Australia & New Zealand showing voyage tracks of the previous few years
Land clearing in Australia from 1770 to now
New Zealand 1715
Cook chart of New Zealand 1770
New Zealand - 1787
Van Keulen-Nieuwe Pascaert van Oost Indien-1680-1735-2
1777 Cook Map of the Friendly Islands or Tonga - Geographicus - FriendlyIsles-cook-1777
Palau map Keate 1788
Van Keulen-Nieuwe Pascaert van Oost Indien-1680-1735-1
Van Keulen-Nieuwe Pascaert van Oost Indien-1680-1735-3
Map of the Eastern Half of Australia, shewing extent of Phillip's Government, 1787 (from Admiral Phillip)
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