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journal of John McDouall Stuart"s second journey of exploration, April-July 1859

John McDouall Stuart

journal of John McDouall Stuart"s second journey of exploration, April-July 1859

by John McDouall Stuart

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Published by Friends of the State Library of South Australia in Adelaide .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia,
  • Central Australia,
  • South Australia
    • Subjects:
    • Stuart, John McDouall, 1815-1866.,
    • Stuart, John McDouall, 1815-1866 -- Diaries.,
    • Explorers -- Australia -- Diaries.,
    • Australia -- Discovery and exploration.,
    • Central Australia -- Discovery and exploration.,
    • South Australia -- Discovery and exploration.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Valmai Hankel and Mark Gilbert ; introduction by Valmai Hankel.
      GenreDiaries.
      ContributionsHankel, Valmai., Gilbert, Mark 1950-, State Library of South Australia. Friends.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDU101 .S922 2002
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxviii, 63 p. :
      Number of Pages63
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3760980M
      ISBN 101876154357, 1876154365
      LC Control Number2003464259

      Second Expedition April – July This expedition is not included in the Parliamentary Papers as it was again financed by Finke and Chambers. He took with him botanist Herrgott, Muller and Campbell. Stuart started from Glens Station near Leigh Creek and undertook four loops of exploration centred north and south from Chambers Creek.   John McDouall Stuart is surely one of our most unheralded explorers. While the story of Bourke and Wills remains in our storylines, McDouall Stuart, was the first to travel from South to Northern Australia, Adelaide to Darwin, forging new opportunities, including the Overland Telegraph line opening up communication for s: 4.

        John McDouall Stuart was born in the Burgh of Dysart, on the 7th of December, The ‘McDouall’ comes from his having been a fifth son and getting his mother’s surname in front of his own. His Ma and Pa died, when Johnnie was about eleven or twelve, but he was well looked after and managed to attend the Scottish Naval and Military. The Cévennes Journal: Notes on a Journey through the French Highlands, The journals of J. McDouall Stuart During the Years , , , Webster, Mona S., John McDouall Stuart, with maps by Mary Quick, Carlton: Melbourne University Press,

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The journal of John McDouall Stuart's second journey of exploration, April-July ISBN: Publication Date: Adelaide: Friends of the State Library of South Australia John McDouall Stuart's explorations, South Australian parliamentary papers / introduction by Valmai : Tony May. The Journal of John Mcdonald Stuart's Second Journey of Exploration by John McDougall Stuart,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

The explorations of Mr. John McDouall Stuart may truly be said, without disparaging his brother explorers, to be amongst the most important in the history of Australian discovery. In he gained his first experiences under the guidance of that distinguished explorer, Captain Sturt, whose expedition he accompanied in the capacity of draughtsman.

John McDouall Stuart (7 September – 5 June ), often referred to as simply "McDouall Stuart", was a Scottish explorer and one of the most accomplished of all Australia's inland explorers. Stuart led the first successful expedition to traverse the Australian mainland from south to north and return, through the centre of the continent.

John McDouall Stuart was born in in Dysart, Scotland. He studied engineering in Glasgow and at the age of 23, sailed to Australia, arriving in His first venture in exploration was as a draughtsman on Captain Charles Sturt’s expedition inwhere the goal was to reach the centre of Australia. Page - I find from my observations of the sun, ° 00' 30", that I am now camped in the centre of Australia.

I have marked a tree and planted the British flag there. There is a high mount about two miles and a half to the north-north-east. I wish it had been in the centre; but on it tomorrow I will raise a cone of stones, and plant the flag there, and name it Central Mount Stuart. John McDouall Stuart (7 September – 5 June ) is regarded as one of Australia's greatest went on seven major exploring trips into the centre and north of Australia.

He was leader of six of these spent more time out in the Australian bush exploring the land than any other explorer. On each trip, he was able to go further north and found water sources that. Select Bibliography. Threadgill, South Australian Land Exploration tovol 1 (Adel, ) D.

Pike, John McDouall Stuart (Melb, ) M. Webster, John McDouall Stuart (Melb, ) T. Strehlow, Comments on the Journals of John McDouall Stuart (Adel, ) I. Mudie, The Heroic Journey of John McDouall Stuart (Syd, ) W.

Hardman (ed), The Journals of John McDouall Stuart. Across the Centre: John McDouall Stuart's expeditions, / Edward Stokes Allen & Unwin St. Leonards, N.S.W Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

Hits: From his former camp at Newcastle Waters, John McDouall Stuart discovered a string of waterholes to the north, allowing the party to achieve their goal of the Indian Ocean, a little to the east of present day Darwin.

John McDouall Stuart, one of the most important people associated with South Australian exploration, was born in Dysart, Fifeshire, Scotland, on 7 September Educated at Edinburgh and attended the Scottish Naval and Military Academy and later graduated as a civil engineer.

John McDouall Stuart's explorations, South Australian parliamentary papers, The journal of John McDouall Stuart's second journey of exploration, April-July Journals: L'exploration de l'Australie / Précédé de Aventures dans le continent austral: Wikipedia 3.

John McDouall Stuart ( – ) explorer John McDouall Stuart was a fully committed Christian who trusted and thanked God at every turn. At the end of his greatest and most dangerous trek, he said, “I sincerely thank the Almighty, that He, in His infinite goodness and mercy, gave me strength and courage and has kindly permitted me to live yet a little longer.”.

The journal of John McDouall Stuart's second journey of exploration, April-July / edited by Valmai Hankel and Mark Gilbert ; introduction by Valmai Hankel Stuart, John McDouall, [ Book: ] At 20 libraries. In Australia: Culture achieved in April by John McDouall Stuart, who in went still farther, to ile, the central north and the northeast had been penetrated from Sydney; the most famous explorer was Ludwig Leichhardt, who led two successful expeditions (, –47) before disappearing in an attempt to traverse from.

John McDouall Stuart was born on 7 September in the Scottish port of Dysart, Fifeshire, north of Edinburgh across the Firth of Forth. He was one of six surviving children of William Stuart, an ex-Army officer, and Mary McDouall of Logan, Wigtownshire. From approximately onwards William Stuart was a Customs.

In July the South Australian government offered a reward of £2, (about A$, in dollars) for the first successful south-north crossing of the continent west of the rd line of longitude.

The experienced explorer John McDouall Stuart had taken up the challenge.The Journals of John McDouall Stuart, edited by W. Hardman, was published in Stuart was a great explorer of indomitable courage who never lost a man in any of his expeditions.

He had not Sturt's way with the aborigines, more than once he came in conflict with them, and on some of his expeditions he was ill-equipped and without scientific.journal of mr. stuart's expedition to the north-west. may to september, journal of mr.

stuart's second expedition (in the vicinity of lake torrens). april to july, journal of mr. stuart's third expedition (in the vicinity of lake torrens).

november,to january, journal of mr. stuart's fourth expedition (fixing the centre.