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Kauri, coal and copra
|Other titles||Kauri, coal & copra : 19th century voyages of master mariner Captain James Robinson, Kauri, coal & copra : Capt. James Robinson|
|Statement||researched and compiled by Jennifer Clark|
|LC Classifications||VK140.R629 C53 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||363 p. :|
|Number of Pages||363|
|LC Control Number||2010681588|
Kauri trees on private land are now also largely protected. Creating secure environments. Waipoua is home to Tane Mahuta, king of the forest and the largest remaining kauri tree in the country. The 1, year old Tane Mahuta is m tall, with a girth of m. Coal 5 C Coal Tar. 5 C Coal tar pitch 5 C Coconut fibre 0 A Coffee beans, Cocoa pod and Chicory 5 C Coir & Coir Products (# Coir mattresses). 5 C Coir mattresses CA Coke. 5 C Colostomy including face plate and File Size: KB.
Kauri. Company. Community See All. 79 people like this. 75 people follow this. About See All. Contact Kauri on Messenger. Company. Page Transparency See More. Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a Page. See actions taken by Followers: THE COPRA PROBLEM Conventional coconut oil comes from dried coconut flesh, called copra. Copra is dried in a wood-fuelled kiln, or in the sun, over a period of a few days. It is time-consuming, dirty, lonely, arduous, male-dominated, fuel-intensive and low-paying work. Many farmers consider it a form of slavery. The journey of the copra from farm to mill is interesting:Missing: Kauri.
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Karen Peacock, Curator of the Pacific Collection at the Hamilton Library, University. Kauri copal comes from New Zealand and is usually yellow to brown in color. It had been used extensively to make oil varnishes, but is seldom used now due to its scarcity.
As it is not very soluble in turpentine in the raw state, it must be “run” to make it soluble. Beneath the Kauri Tree (The Sea of Freedom Trilogy Book 2) - Kindle edition by Lark, Sarah, Lovett, D.W. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
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NMV.2, pp. ] Haere rä e Pä. I nga tai whakarewa kauri ki te uru. [Farewell, O Sir. Depart on the kauri-bearing tides of the Western Sea. NM 63, V.1, pp. ] In the first of these two examples, the kauri is a metaphor for both the deceased chief, and the canoe which will take him back to his ancestors.
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Books shelved as coal-mining: Gray Mountain by John Grisham, Fall of Giants by Ken Follett, Faith, Hope, and Ivy June by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, How Gre Missing: Kauri.
After the loss of all their ships, Don Silk retired in Rarotonga to live out his remaining years, where he wrote his book, Kauri Trees to Sunlit Seas. It's a good read, but so sad in places.
One of my old crew, Murray Bishop, also a Kiwi, sent me an e-mail earlier this year telling me of Don Silk's passing last year, as we both knew him well. Kauri have had a large part to play not just in the landscape and early history of Aotearoa, but the important role kauri has for Māori.
Kauri are considered a taonga by many New Zealanders, particularly Māori, who see the health of kauri as a sign of general wellbeing of the ngahere (forest) and the people - hence the value cannot be understated.
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As the nineteenth century draws to a close, the struggle for women’s suffrage has finally reached New Zealand. But when the tide of change rolls in, it threatens to engulf two young women from very different backgrounds, who are coming of.
Kauri dieback is a forest dieback disease of the native kauri trees (Agathis australis) of New Zealand caused by the oomycete pathogen Phytophthora agathidicida. Symptoms include root rot and associated rot in a collar around the base of the tree, bleeding resin, yellowing and chlorosis of the leaves followed by extensive defoliation, and finally, : Oomycota.
The gumdiggers: the story of kauri gum / [by] A. Reed. Introd. by J. Marshall Young Kauri, personal recollections of Sir Alfred Hamish Reed CBE / By A. Reed Planting Kauri: instructions and care. A history of kauri Gretel Boswijk School of Geography and Environmental Science, The University of Auckland, New Zealand Keywords: Agathis australis, dendrochronology, kauri, New Zealand, palynology, tree-ring analysis Introduction The New Zealand kauri (Agathis australis) is a species notable for the height, bulk and longevity ofFile Size: KB.
Kauri, Coal and Copra: 19th Century voyages of Captain James Robinson around the South Pacific. As a master mariner and trader in the 19th century era of sail, he explored the South Pacific under the Circular Saw Line flag of Henderson and Macfarlane, forging early commercial links between NZ and South Sea Islands.
Guardians of the Kauri story, past, present and future. Ngā kaitiaki ō ngā kauri kōrero ō nehera, ō wātu me te wāheke. With m2 of undercover displays The Kauri Museum is the largest undercover attraction in Northland.
It is a community Museum governed by a Charitable Trust, the Otamatea Kauri and Pioneer Museum Board.The Kauri Museum - Guardians of the kauri story, past, present and future.
The Kauri Museum was opened in to commemorate the arrival of the Albertland Settlers to the district. Initial called a Pioneer Museum the museum quickly developed, through the support of the community, and our many visitors, into an unmissable stop on the Kauri Coast.
A New York Times–bestselling author of more than books, Alan Dean Foster has written in a variety of genres, from science fiction and fantasy to mysteries and contemporary in New York City inhe studied filmmaking at UCLA but first found success in when August Derleth published one of his short : Open Road Media.