Field, Henry Claylands, 1825-1912 :Sketch map of the coast from Wanganui to Manawa pou [ms map]. H C Field, surveyor, Wanganui, [ca.1860-?]
Reference Number: MapColl-os832.41hkm/[ca.1864-5]/Acc.41812
Sketch map of the coast from the town of Wanganui to Manawapou Pa at the mouth of the Manawapou River, near Hawera, naming and commenting on some topographical features such as rivers, including Wanganui, Waikotara, Whenuakura and Patea river, as well as lakes, sand dunes, bush and streams. Also marks the property of several settlers, including C Smith, Brooking, Newport, Martelli, Fairs, Magreth, J Watts, Westmere, T Hendley, Hendley, Goodson, Harper, Maxwell, Wright, Bryce, Musson, Campbell, Cunnabell, Ewens, Russell, Hewitt, Wickstead, J Parker, H Parker, D Peat. Also names many pa sites, some with accompanying notes, including large pa sites: Ohangai, Manutahi, Ohinemutu, Kaipa, Putiki and Kaiwaiki or Kiritahi. Small or old pa sites include: Karamea, Witikau, Te Awe, Oika, Ohairo, Tihoi, Otataumanu, Topetopenui, Taiataira or Te Rapiki & Areiahi, Ruakopiha, Perekamau, Te Maumonga, Te Ihupuku, Maenene, Ngaupaiaka, Pa Karaka, Aku, Motuhou, Waipuna, Aramoho, Waipakura, Upokongaro, Tunuwhire, Raorikia or Kawarapawa. Also show the Waiohoi Mill.Includes note which reads: The following Natives are regarded as friendly viz: At Maenene: Men - Peripi Raekawhata (who has 'rebel' written in pencil beside his name), Ruawhiti, Tamati Karoro, Karipa Te Hore, Hohepa Te Whitu, Putoko, Te Rou. Women - Mata Hihira, Heroria Haaraa, Hara Kohinei, Iwihoki Kohiwi, Mata, Meri te Ruarangi. [The two names Putoko and Terou have been crossed out]. At Pakaraka: Men - Rimutureiu Wai, Peina, Heremia, Hohepa Hemikitawhiti, Riwai, Wiremu Pena, Manakau. Women: Ruta Wairangi, Raimapapa, Pirihira Tapiki, Roka Pururangi, Meriana Te Atiawa, Ruiha. [The name 'Manakore' has been crossed out]. At Pukengaio: Men - Maka Taiapiti, Hata Tamarouia, Henare Pukeke, Hema Te Whakawhenua, Hemo Kaira, Paramena Tumahuki. Women - Hariata Te Rapu.A second note reads: A Te Ihupuku native named Pirimona, for some years a native policeman in Wanganui, is also said by the rebel prisoners to be well-disposed towards the government and to have been prevented from coming to town by the rest of the Ihupuku people.Written beside Waikotara River: may be entered by 20 ton vessels. (Note that several names on map difficult to decipher, and may not be spelt correctly).
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Field, Henry Claylands, 1825-1912 :Sketch map of the coast from Wanganui to Manawa pou [ms map]. H C Field, surveyor, Wanganui, [ca.1860-?], Reference Number MapColl-os832.41hkm/[ca.1864-5]/Acc.41812 (1 digitised items)
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