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George Clarke and Maori at Teraia's pa, 1842

Reference Number: qMS-1775-42

The drawing of a korero at Teraia's pa with Teraia, George Clarke (Protector of Aborigines), Bishop Selwyn, Mr Cotton and a number of Maori is from a letter dated 30 July 1842 from Bishop Selwyn to his mother. During the korero Teraia consented to give up slaves taken.

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Letters Volume 1, Reference Number qMS-1775 (1 digitised items)
Selwyn, George Augustus (Bishop), 1809-1878 : Letters from Bishop Selwyn and others, Reference Number qMS-1775-1779 (2 digitised items)

Extent: 1 pageSepia photograph of sketch on page. Manuscript

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