Notebook containing Maori traditions given by Hukiki Te Ahu Karamu, Jan 1856

Reference Number: MS-1239. Object #1031130

The volume contains Maori traditions written down by McLean, as given him by Te Ahu Karamu of Otaki. McLean has dated his transcription, 1 January 1856.These writings have been edited and published by Charles Te Ahukaramu Royal (2003).

35 pages, related to Tainui (Waka), Ngati Raukawa, Waikato.

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Diaries and notebooks, Reference Number MS-1231-1240 (10 digitised items)
Series 5 Diaries and notebooks, Reference Number Series 5 Diaries and notebooks (100 digitised items)
McLean Papers, Reference Number MS-Group-1551 (30238 digitised items)

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