Thomas Joseph Hutchinson

Thomas Joseph Hutchinson

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Thomas Joseph Hutchinson (1820-85) was a Anglo-Irish explorer, born at Stonyford County Kilkenny Ireland. He studied medicine. After a trip to West Africa in 1851, he was chief surgeon on the Niger expedition (1854-55). After two years as English Consul at the Bight of Biafra and Fernando Po, he became governor of the latter place (1857) and in 1861 was transferred to the consulate at Rosario in Argentina, where he took part in the Salado expedition of 1862. In 1870 he was appointed Consul at Callao and three years later retired to his Irish home. He wrote:
  • Narrative of the Niger Tshadda BinuĂ« Exploration (1855)
  • Impressions of Western Africa (1858)
  • Ten Years' Wandering among the Ethiopians (1861)
  • Buenos Ayres and Argentine Gleanings (1865)
  • Parana and South American Recollections (1868)
  • Two Years in Peru (1874)
  • Summer Rambles in Brittany (1876)

External links

  • in: Irish Migration Studies in Latin America, 4:4 (October 2007), pp. 271-273
  • in: Irish Migration Studies in Latin America 4:4 (October 2006), pp. 230-236

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