White, John, 1826-1881: Map of the North Island, New Zealand [ms map]. Indicating the route taken by the canoes and people shortly after New Zealand was discovered by the Maori. Compiled by John White.
Reference Number: MapColl-832ecj/[ca.1400]/Acc.1753
Includes various dashed and dotted lines depicting routes taken by various Iwi around the coastline of North Island. A few names of iwi members are recorded. Includes descriptive notes of events which occurred around the coastline, and a key details 3 numbered places. Many rivers and streams are drawn but only a few are named as are some places, points and islands. Hachures. Some Maori place-names included.
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White, John, 1826-1881: Map of the North Island, New Zealand [ms map]. Indicating the route taken by the canoes and people shortly after New Zealand was discovered by the Maori. Compiled by John White., Reference Number MapColl-832ecj/[ca.1400]/Acc.1753 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 manuscript map(s)Ink on paper sealed in plastic, some colour, scale indeterminable, 95.3 x 66 cm.. Map
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: Aperture card available
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