[Creator unknown] :The piece of land at Waitara in dispute [copy of ms map]. 1860.
Reference Number: MapColl-832.2gbbd/1860/Acc.5966
Copy of a cadastral map of disputed land blocks bordering part of the Waitara River at the mouth. Includes the old road to the ferry. A handwritten note along the bottom of the map states '9 parts belonging to Teira and his father'. Includes the following names: He Taurarepu, Tawhio, Teira, Rahira, Taupunga, Pautumu, Wiremu Kingi, Tamati & Raru Teira, Retemona, Moku, Watu, K. Patumu, Poro, Piko, Runu, Para, Takura, Maturahu, Tawheo, Te Raipene, Hohepa, Rauponga, Ngapeki, Karanga, Patukaka, Kerehi, Kakarutia, Paia, Patuka, Karaki, Patukakariki, E. Tuwhare, Ritatoria, Arapere, W. te Hone, Rangimoho, Remu, Patu, T. te Raru, Piri Kawau, Remu, Pomare, Piko, Riwai te Ahu, R. Whiti Kau, T. Raru, H. Para, Maihi, Renata, Kihu, Rauponga, E. Tuwhare, Muku, Poro, Ngatoro, W. te Hono, Tamati, Rahera, Epiha, R. Tamaka, Ihakara, Raukuru, Kohika.
1 image, categorised under Maps, related to Waitara, Ahi ka, Land tenure - New Zealand - Taranaki Region, Waitara Question, Cadastral maps and Maori - New Zealand - Taranaki Region - Claims.
[Creator unknown] :The piece of land at Waitara in dispute [copy of ms map]. 1860., Reference Number MapColl-832.2gbbd/1860/Acc.5966 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 map(s)Photocopy, linen backed, scale not given, 39.9 x 35.2 cm.. Map
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