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Chart of the Society Isles discovered by Captn. Cook, 1769
- London : Published by Alexr. Hogg at the Kings Arms, no. 16 Paternoster Row, 
- Relief shown by hachures and soundings. Map shows the Leeward Islands situated in the western portion of the Society Islands, located northwest of Tahiti, and features Maurua [i.e. Maupiti], Tubai [i.e. Tupei], Bolabola [i.e. Bora Bora], Ulietea [i.e. Raiatea], and Huaheine based on James Cook's surveys of his first voyage of the Pacific in July 1769. Published in: A new, authentic and complete collection of voyages around the world, undertaken and performed by royal authority ... / by G. W. Anderson. Bound between p. 515 and 516.
- French Polynesia
- Society Islands (French Polynesia)—Discovery and exploration—Maps—Early works to 1800 and Maps—French Polynesia—Society Islands—1784
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