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Papua New Guinea

Go to Papua New Guinea page at Wikipedia

Maps (on this page)

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James CHALMERS (1841-1901)

George COLLINGRIDGE (1847-1931)


Beatrice GRIMSHAW (1870-1953)

Francis H H GUILLEMARD (1852-1933)

  • The Cruise of the Marchesa to Kamschatka and New Guinea Vol. 1 (1886) -- PDF
  • The Cruise of the Marchesa to Kamschatka and New Guinea Vol. 2 (1886) -- PDF

J. W. (John William) LINDT (1845-1926)

Charles Emanuel LYNE (1850-1910)

John MacGILLIVRAY (1822-1867)

Kenneth MACKAY (fl. 1909)

Nikolai Nikolaevich (Nicholas) MIKLOUHO-MACLAY (1846-1888)
Wikipedia -- Australian Dictionary of Biography

  • New Guinea Diaries (1871-1883) [External link: PDF file 6mb.]
    (Translated from the Russian with biographical and historical notes by C.L. Sentinella)

John MORESBY (1830-1922)

J. H. P. (Sir John Hubert Plunkett) MURRAY (1861-1940)



Sir Ernest SCOTT (1868-1939)

H. Wilfrid WALKER

Robert Wood WILLIAMSON, 1856-1932

George Arnold WOOD, (1865-1928)

Titles available from The Internet Archive in PDF format

Wilfred M Beaver

Julia Benjamin

George Brown (Pioneer-Missionary and Explorer)

F S Burnell

James Chalmers

Arthur Kent Chignell

Charles Henry Eden

Thomas Forrest

A Gratten Hall

Janet Harvey Kelman

D H Kolff

Cuthbert Lennox

Albert Buell Lewis

S McFarlane

Bronislaw Malinowski

A S Meek

C A W Monckton

A W Murray

W P Nairne

C G Rawling

William Robson

Peter Scratchley

Charles G Seligmann

Louis Tregance


Hammond's map of Australia and New Guinea,
showing British and German annexations.
Published 1885

Papua or British New Guinea c.1887

Last Updated 22 August 2019