[Sewell, R.J., fl 1860-1894] :[North Island, showing proposed road, location of military settlements and Maori population at the time of the New Zealand wars, 1860's] [map with ms annotations]. [ca.1865]
Reference Number: MapColl-832gmbd//Acc.6172
Map is hand coloured to a key that reads: 'Lines of road proposed to be made - red. Local position of Military settlements - red circles. Lines of road to be made at a future period - brown. The crosses (black) represent the distribution of the Native Population approximately each cross representing about 100 souls.'The military settlements are most dense in the Wanganui, South Taranaki, New Plymouth, Waipa, Waikato and South Waikato districts and north of the Manawatu River. No such settlements are identified around Wellington, Auckland, Napier or the East Coast north of Mahia.These two maps appear to be a later, printed edition of the earlier versions, Accessions 1747 and 1746.
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[Sewell, R.J., fl 1860-1894] :[North Island, showing proposed road, location of military settlements and Maori population at the time of the New Zealand wars, 1860's] [map with ms annotations]. [ca.1865], Reference Number MapColl-832gmbd//Acc.6172 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 2 map(s)1 photocopy/iesLithograph, linen backed, hand coloured, scale indeterminable, 38 x 27 cm. Map
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