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    Tristan da Cunha - A brief page on the Radio St Helena site describing this small island group that is administered from St Helena, but located quite a distance away.

    Tristan da Cunha - A brief history of Tristan da Cunha, from its discovery in 1506 to the modern day.

    A detailed history of Tristan da Cunha - A detailed history of Tristan da Cunha, discovered in 1506, garissoned in 1816 and currently the most remote inhabited island in the world. The site covers the garissoning of the island in some detail, along with the "West Riding" disaster and visit of the first HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. The difficulties of living in such a remote location are graphically described.

    The Annals of Tristan da Cunha - A fascinating record of the history of Tristan from 1506 to 1926, written by Professor Arnaldo Faustini. It contains details of all ships calling at the island, detailed censuses and all major historical events. Downloadable in Adobe .PDF format

    Tristan da Cunha - Barry Weaver's Tristan page contains both a history of the island and a short bibliography. It's part of his South Atlantic Islands site.

    The St Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha Philatelic Society - The home page of the St Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha Philatelic Society providing some introductory information regarding the area of their specialization and providing basic information about the Society

    Atlantic islands - Albert Beintema's brief descriptions of the South Atlantic Islands he visited as part of his Atlantic Odyssey: he has also written about Tristan in "Het Waterhoentje van Tristan da Cunha"

    Augustus Earle Exhibition : Tristan da Cunha - Earle was stranded there in March 1824 when his ship, the Duke of Gloucester, inexplicably set sail without him. (Many of his South American watercolours presumably disappeared at that time as well.) It was fortunate that Earle had taken painting equipment ashore and was able to occupy himself recording his impressions of the island until his supplies ran out. He subsequently described the eight-month ordeal in a letter to a Hobart newspaper and published a lengthier account after his arrival back in England.

    Tristan da Cunha Group and Gough Island - Some notes on the plant species of Tristan and Gough

    Replica Longboats - Another site selling replica longboats

    RMS St Helena-Tristan da Cunha - RMS St Helena, For The Ultimate Deep Sea Cruise Experience. The RMS St. Helena sails to the UK, South Africa, Tristan da Cuhna, Ascension and St Helena

    Replica Longboats - If you want to by a replica of a Tristan Longboat, you can get one here.


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