Tag: 1826

15th November 1826 – exploring The Bay of Plenty NZ

On this day, 15th November 1826, Allan Cunningham was exploring and collecting in the vicinity of The Bay of Plenty New Zealand.

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1st November 1826 – exploring Whangaroa NZ

Around this day, 1st November 1826, Allan Cunningham was exploring and collecting in the vicinity of Whangaroa.

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18th October 1826 – exploring Paihai, Bay of Islands NZ

On this day, 18th October 1826, Allan Cunningham was exploring and collecting in the vicinity of Paihai, Bay of Islands New Zealand.

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17th October 1826 – exploring the Kawakawa River

On this day, 17th October 1826, Allan Cunningham was exploring and collecting in the vicinity of Cowa-cowa (possibly Kawakawa River) Tributary of the Wycaddy (possibly Waitangi)

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25th September 1826 – exploring Hokianga River, NZ

On this day, 25th September 1826, Allan Cunningham was collecting and exploring in the vicinity of the Hokianga River, New Zealand.

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17th September 1826 – the legend of Fisher’s Ghost is born

While Allan Cunningham was exploring and collecting in New Zealand on this day 17th September 1826, the legend of Fisher’s Ghost was born.

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15th September 1826 – exploring the Kerikeri River

On this day, 15th September 1826, Allan Cunningham was exploring and collecting in the vicinity of the Hokianga Kiddee Kiddee River (possibly Kerikeri River)

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9th September 1826 – exploring Paihai, Bay of Islands NZ

On this day, 9th September 1826, Allan Cunningham was exploring and collecting in the vicinity of Paihai, Bay of islands New Zealand

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1st September 1826 – exploring the Kerikeri River

Around this day, 1st September 1826, Allan Cunningham was exploring and collecting in the vicinity of the Cowa-cowa (possibly Kerikeri River)

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3rd July 1826 – The Bank of Australia Opened

On this day, 3rd July 1826, The Bank of Australia opend in “Underwood’s Building” in the northern most house of the “connected two-story houses” facing George Street opposite the Essex Streed intersection.

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1st July 1826 – exploring the Cox’s River and The Illawarra

From 1st Feburary to 1st July 1826 Allan Cunningham was exploring and collecting in the vicinity of the Cox’s River and the Illawarra district.

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3rd January 1826 – Alexander Macleay arrives in the colony

While Allan Cunningham was at his home in Parramatta recuperating from his trip to the Wellington Valley, Alexander Macleay arrived in Port Jackson, aboard the convict ship Marquis of Hastings, with his wife and six daughters, to take up the role of Colonial Secretary of New South Wales.

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