The Caxton Press (33)

Queenstown & Wanaka

ISBN: 9781877303616

Author: Peter Morath    Publisher: The Caxton Press

This is a book of stunning scenery - a photographic celebration of some of New Zealand's best natural beauty. It is centred on Queenstown, known as the Southern...


This is a book of stunning scenery - a photographic celebration of some of New Zealand's best natural beauty. It is centred on Queenstown, known as the Southern Hemisphere's premier, four season alpine and lake resort - a world class destination, surrounded by majestic mountains, buzzing with tourists, and full of adventure activities. When combined with the surrounding region of the Southern Lakes, Central Otago and Fiordland, as in this book, you discover and experience towns and attractions of colourful and rich history, matched by spectacular landscapes.


Bind: paperback


Pages: 176


Dimensions: 300 x 212 mm


Publication Date: 20-10-2016


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New Zealand Land of Scenic Splendour

ISBN: 9781877303524

Author: Peter Morath    Publisher: The Caxton Press

Aotearoa New Zealand is a land of scenic splendour, and tis book captures so many of those scenic highlights. It shows a land with a huge variety of landscapes ...


Aotearoa New Zealand is a land of scenic splendour, and tis book captures so many of those scenic highlights. It shows a land with a huge variety of landscapes - from golden sand beaches and red pohutukawa flowers to snow covered mountains. This book is a photographic celebration of New Zealand's scenery.


Bind: paperback


Pages: 168


Dimensions: 288 x 247 mm


Publication Date: 01-11-2015


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Christchurch Heritage Houses II

ISBN: 9781877303609

Author: Rodney Wells    Publisher: The Caxton Press

This book follows the best-selling publication Canterbury Country Houses series and is a collection of seventy-six heritage houses, most of which have been pres...


This book follows the best-selling publication Canterbury Country Houses series and is a collection of seventy-six heritage houses, most of which have been preserved following the Canterbury Earthquakes of 2010 and 2011 This is the second book of Christchurch Heritage Houses, personally selected by artist and author Rodney Wells, showcasing the domestic architecture that is still a rich part of Christchurch's heritage.


Bind: hardback


Dimensions: 280 x 220 mm


Publication Date: 31-08-2017


$59.99
New Zealand's South Island

ISBN: 9781877303555

Author: Peter Morath    Publisher: The Caxton Press

Stunning photography capturing the beauty of New Zealand's South Island


Stunning photography capturing the beauty of New Zealand's South Island


Bind: paperback


Pages: 48


Dimensions: 245 x 210 mm


Publication Date: 01-12-2016


$19.99
New Zealand's North Island

ISBN: 9781877303548

Author: Peter Morath    Publisher: The Caxton Press

Stunning photography capturing the beauty of New Zealand's North Island


Stunning photography capturing the beauty of New Zealand's North Island


Bind: paperback


Pages: 48


Dimensions: 245 x 210 mm


Publication Date: 01-12-2016


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Auckland & Northland with Hauraki Gulf & Coromandel

ISBN: 9781877303531

Author: Peter Morath    Publisher: The Caxton Press

This is a book of stunning scenery – a photographic celebration of some of New Zealand’s best natural beauty.


This is a book of stunning scenery – a photographic celebration of some of New Zealand’s best natural beauty.


Bind: paperback


Pages: 48


Dimensions: 245 x 210 mm


Publication Date: 01-12-2016


$19.99
Our Canterbury : A Photographic Journey

ISBN: 9781877303487

Author: Peter Morath    Publisher: The Caxton Press

As New Zealand's largest region, it is perhaps not surprising that Canterbury should present a wide opportunity for photography generally and the scenic genre i...


As New Zealand's largest region, it is perhaps not surprising that Canterbury should present a wide opportunity for photography generally and the scenic genre in particular. The scope is immense, from its pristine beaches to its verdant areas of native bush, from the country's highest mountains to some of the oldest and most beautiful heritage buildings. Sadly, many of these buildings fell victim to the 2010/11 earthquakes but many remain. Covered in this book are the small rural towns from North Canterbury down to South Canterbury's Waitaki River.


Bind: paperback


Pages: 324


Dimensions: 287 x 245 mm


Publication Date: 02-03-2015


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Canterbury Country Houses V

ISBN: 9781877303449

Author: Rodney Wells and Tessa Ward    Publisher: The Caxton Press

Canterbury has a rich tapestry of country homesteads - all with their own unique stories to tell. There is an interesting variety of architectural styles and in...


Canterbury has a rich tapestry of country homesteads - all with their own unique stories to tell. There is an interesting variety of architectural styles and interiors chosen for the homes. All the homesteads and the families who have occupied them during many decades, are a wonderful part of Canterbury's architectural, artistic, botanical and social history.


Pages: 163


Dimensions: 273 x 210 x 10 mm


Publication Date: 08-12-2014


$39.99
Uncle John Watson Resident Magistrate

ISBN: 9780473501013

Author: Colin Amodeo    Publisher: The Caxton Press

Colonial Akaroa was surprisingly cosmopolitan with enclaves of speakers of Maori, English, French and German. Migration and ship-jumping further added to the cu...


Colonial Akaroa was surprisingly cosmopolitan with enclaves of speakers of Maori, English, French and German. Migration and ship-jumping further added to the cultural mix. Shipping kept Akaroa and other Banks Peninsula settlements in contact with the rest of New Zealand, supporting its trade and commerce. Despite all this worldliness, it was an isolated place. Almost an island, Akaroa evolved as a little world unto itself. John Watson has always appeared as a man for his time and place but exactly who that man was, up until now, had only been lightly outlined. Colin Amodeo presents a much fuller portrait. In these pages, we see not only a clearer picture of John Watson but also of colonial Akaroa.


Bind: paperback


Pages: 224


Dimensions: 210 x 297 mm


Publication Date: 22-11-2019


$49.95
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Tracking Captain Thomas

ISBN: 9781877303630

Author: Colin Amodeo    Publisher: The Caxton Press

The continuing myth that Canterbury was born in December 1850 with the arrival of the First Four Ships has to be dispelled. Canterbury did not, like the legenda...


The continuing myth that Canterbury was born in December 1850 with the arrival of the First Four Ships has to be dispelled. Canterbury did not, like the legendary Athena, spring 'fully-armed from the head of Zeus' (in this case, John Robert Godley) as succeeding generations after 1851 have been led to believe. So much of the initial work was carried out by the Canterbury Association Chief Surveyor Captain Thomas; so much of this effort, intentionally or unintentionally, was obscured by the settlers of the 1850s, Thomas deserves recognition as a Canterbury founder.


Bind: paperback


Pages: 296


Dimensions: 210 x 297 mm


Publication Date: 24-04-2017


Tags: May 2017   Biography   History   New Zealand
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