Author(s): John Pascoe
"Scottish-born Charlie Douglas ranks as one of the great early European explorers of New Zealand. From 1867 to 1916 he recorded the geography and topography of South Westland, its ecology and conservation, at a time when this was scarcely known. This book is a revised edition of the 1957 account of Douglas by John Pascoe. A third of it details Douglas' life and the rest presents Douglas' own journals and sketches."
This first edition has losses and tears to the dust jacket, has a damaged library cover, and library stamps inside. Otherwise good reading copy.