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Reconnaissance survey of route to the West Coast




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T N Brodrick, District Surveyor

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Map of the Southern Alps from Mt Dechen and the Otoko River in the north to the Huxley River in the south and Hopkins River in the east. A route marked from the Huxley River to the Otoko River is labelled as "track 1897". A point on the track, on the Mackenzie Creek south Landsborough Flat, is marked "Matheson's horses came to here". The map shows rivers, peaks, altitudes (mainly on or near the track), Hooker Glacier, and icefields. Brodrick, Thomas Noel, 1855-1931. Brodrick, Thomas Noel, 1855-1931 :Reconnaissance survey of route to the West Coast by T N Brodrick, District Surveyor, March, 1897, plotted on the meridian of the Lindus Peak circuit [ms map].. Brodrick, Thomas Noel, 1855-1931 :Maps from papers. Ref: MapColl-834.47gmbh/1897/Acc.7809. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand.

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