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Hazzard, Margaret – Punishment Short of Death: A history of the Penal Settlement at Norfolk Island.; Hoare, Merval – Norfolk Island: An Outline of Its History Specht, Jim – The Prehistoric Archaeology of Norfolk Island.
Notes. Prior to 19th century. Template:History olf Virginia. - Norfolk Town founded. - Norfolk Academy chartered. - Town of Norfolk attains borough status.
- Saint Paul's Episcopal Church built. (approximately) - Poplar Hall, a historic plantation house, is built. - Gosport Shipyard established near Norfolk. - January 1: Burning of Norfolk. Biography. Merval Hoare was born in New Zealand, and moved to Norfolk Island in She lived for many years in Norfolk Island.
She wrote her book, Norfolk Island An Outline of Its History, -which was published by the University of Queensland Press in The book has 5 editions, most recent being published in She lived in Norfolk Island for over.
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