[Creator unknown] :Plan of the engagement fought 6 Nov. 1860 Mahoetahi [ms map]. General Pratt's advance from New Plymouth at 8.30 in the morning and Col. Mould from Waitara Camp by Prophets Pa. The Natives occupied the hill of Mahoetahi from which after
Reference Number: MapColl-832.2hkm/1860/Acc.25965
Possibly drawn by one of the British Officers involved (initialled W.B.), of the decisive action between British forces and Maori in the First Taranaki War at Mahoetahi. Includes the Devon Line between New Plymouth and Waitara. Shows positions of Natives and English, gun emplacements and "skirmershers", Prophets Pa. Possibly drawn in 1860.
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[Creator unknown] :Plan of the engagement fought 6 Nov. 1860 Mahoetahi [ms map]. General Pratt's advance from New Plymouth at 8.30 in the morning and Col. Mould from Waitara Camp by Prophets Pa. The Natives occupied the hill of Mahoetahi from which after, Reference Number MapColl-832.2hkm/1860/Acc.25965 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 manuscript map(s)Ink and hand-coloured wash on blue paper, coloured, scale [1:4 800], 21 x 28 cm.. Map
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