Pacific Worlds Bibliography

A. P. (n.d.). Journal for the year 1854.
Alvarado, J. B. (n.d.). Letter from an unknown British naval surgeon to “My Dear Parents & Brothers,.”
Anton, M. (2013, June 15). Treasure trove of surfing photos is a wistful wave to the past. Los Angeles Times.,0,1679754.story
Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania. (1984). Rethinking women’s roles: perspectives from the Pacific. University of California Press.
Atkinson, T. (n.d.). Journal and memoirs of Thomas Atkinson.
Babcock, C. A. (n.d.). Life on the Ocean Wave: Reminiscences of My Voyages Aroundthe World [typescript].
Bennett, J. A. (n.d.). Natives and Exotics: World War II and Environment in the Southern Pacific. Retrieved August 26, 2014, from
Booker, M. M. (2013). Down by the bay San Francisco’s history between the tides.
Borofsky, R. (2000). Remembrance of Pacific pasts an invitation to remake history. University of Hawaiʻi Press.
Boyer, P. (1654). Veritable relation de tovt ce qvi s’est fait et passé au voyage que Monsieur de Bretigny fit à l’Amerique Occidentale. Auec vne description des mœurs, & des prouinces de tous les sauuages de cette grande partie du Cap de Nord: vn dictionnaire de la langue, & vn aduis tres-necessaire à tous ceux qui veulent habiter ou faire habiter ce païs-là, ou qui desirent d’y establir des colonies. P. Rocolet.
Burnham, M. (2011). Trade, Time, and the Calculus of Risk in Early Pacific Travel Writing. Early American Literature, 46(3), 425–447.
Byron, G. A. B. (n.d.). Captain’s log for the H.M.S. Blonde’s voyage to the Sandwich Islands.
Calkin, M. (n.d.). Letter to Mrs. Eliza Perry, Marlboro House,Boston, MA.
Campbell, J. (n.d.). Letter to “Dear Mr. Griffis,.”
Canny, N. P., & Morgan, P. D. (2013). The Oxford handbook of the Atlantic world, c.1450-c.1850. Oxford University Press.
Chawkins, S. (2012, October 29). “Island of the Blue Dolphins” woman’s cave believed found. Los Angeles Times.
Cleveland, G. (n.d.). Letters to Mary Cleveland.
Collins, J. (1998). Understanding Tolowa Histories: Western Hegemonies and Native American Responses. Routledge.
Coulter, J. (1847). Adventures on the western coast of South America: and the interior of California: including a narrative of incidents at the Kingsmill Islands, New Ireland, New Britain, New Guinea, and other islands in the Pacific Ocean. Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans.
Couper, A. D. (2009). Sailors and traders: a maritime history of the Pacific peoples. University of Hawaiʻi Press.
D’Arcy, P. (2011). The Teaching of Pacific History Introduction. Journal of Pacific History, 46(2), 197–206.
Darwin, C. (n.d.). Letter to “Dear Sir,.”
Davidson, A. K. (2012). History Changes: Critical Reflections on New Zealand and Pacific Religious History. Stimulus: The New Zealand Journal of Christian Thought & Practice, 19(2), 16–25.
Davidson, J. W. (1970). Pacific Islands portraits. Australian National University Press.
Davis, C. (2002). The human tradition in California. Scholarly Resources.
Dening, G. (n.d.). Sea People of the West.(Report): An article from: The Geographical Review.
Dening, G. (2004). Beach crossings: voyaging across times, cultures, and self. University of Pennsylvania Press.
Dening, G. (1988). Islands and beaches: discourse on a silent land : Marquesas, 1774-1880. Dorsey Press.
Denoon, D. (1997). The Cambridge history of the Pacific Islanders. Cambridge University Press.
Dirlik, A. (1998). What Is in a Rim?: Critical Perspectives on the Pacific Region Idea. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
Dole, G. H. (n.d.). Papers of George H. Dole.
Druett, J. (1998). Hen frigates: wives of merchant captains under sail. Simon & Schuster.
Druett, J. (2000). She captains: heroines and hellions of the sea. Simon & Schuster.
Druett, J., & Druett, R. (1991). Petticoat whalers: whaling wives at sea, 1820-1920. Collins.
du Val, C. (n.d.). Extrait du Journal de M. Charles (du Val) Dieppois sur sonvoyage de la mer de sud grossy de plusieurs particulantes et de plisieurs connoissances qui sont venues par luy en ses Camerades qui en sont revenus par le detroit de Magellan.
Dusinberre, M. (2012). The Asia-Pacific Maritime World: Connected Histories in the Age of Empire. H-Net Reviews in the Humanities & Social Sciences, 1–4.
Dutton, S. W. (n.d.). The life of William Henry Hayes, “Bully Hayes,” the last of the buccaneers: a chronicle of the South Seas during the nineteenth century.
Dvorak, G. (2011). Connecting the Dots. Journal of Pacific History, 46(2), 236–243.
Edmonds, P. (2010). Urbanizing frontiers : Indigenous peoples and settlers in 19th-century Pacific Rim cities / Penelope Edmonds. Vancouver : UBC Press, c2010.
Farrer, W. (n.d.). Letter to “Presidents Tibbets & Clawson,” Provo, Utah.
Farris, G. J. (2012). So Far from Home: Russians in Early California. Heyday.
Firth, S. (2011). Culture and Context in the Teaching of Pacific History and Politics. Journal of Pacific History, 46(2), 207–213.
Fischer, S. R. (2002). A history of the Pacific Islands / Steven Roger Fischer. New York : Palgrave, 2002.
Fischer, S. R. (2002). A history of the Pacific Islands. Palgrave.
Flynn, D. O., Giráldez, A., & Sobredo, J. (2002). Studies in Pacific history : economics, politics, and migration / edited by Dennis O. Flynn, Arturo Giráldez, James Sobredo. Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, Vt. : Ashgate, c2002.
Flynn, D. O., Giráldez, A., & Sobredo, J. (2002). Studies in Pacific history: economics, politics, and migration. Ashgate.
Gibson, J. (1992). Otter Skins, Boston Ships, and China Goods : The Maritime Fur Trade of the Northwest Coast, 1785-1841. MQUP.
Gillis, J. R. (2012). The human shore: seacoasts in history. The University of Chicago Press.
Gillis, J. R. (2010). Islands of the mind: how the human imagination created the Atlantic world. Palgrave Macmillan.
Gleizal, V., & Regnault, J.-M. (2012). Tahiti et ses îles (1880-1914). Une micro-société coloniale aux antipodes de la métropole. (French). Tahiti and Its Islands (1880-1914): A Micro-Colonial Society at the Antipodes of Mainland France. (English), 100(2), 121–137.