Letters, Reports and other Documents
- Letter: Mayhew Folger to Admiralty March 1, 1813
detailing his discovery of the mutineers on Pitcairn Island.
- Article from Royal Geographical Society June 10, 1833
comprising an extract from journal of Captain William Waldegrave, and
four letters written from 1830-1833, including two authored by Joshua Hill.
- Letter from Nobbs to Capt. Hope, HMS Spy, Jul 10, 1847.
- Statement Regarding Noble Passengers, April 21, 1850
A statement made by representatives of Pitcairn, concerning passengers
of the barque Noble being left on the island.
- Letter: B. Toup Nicolas to Pitcairn Inhabitants October 6, 1854
Mr. Nicolas, Consul at Raiatea, informs Pitcairn islanders that their
removal to Norfolk will be delayed, and responds to their request for a
document from the Queen regarding their status.
- Extract of letter: Wm. Denison to his brother, February 16, 1856,
regarding Captain Stephen Fremantle's visit to Pitcairn
to determine their feelings regarding the move to Norfolk, and his plans for them there.
- Journal entry: Wm. Denison, August 9, 1856, regarding the
Pitcairners arrival at Norfolk Island.
- Letter Wm. Denison to Roderick Murchison, August 16, 1856, regarding Norfolk 'experiment'