Ligar, Charles D. Whybrow, 1809-1879 :Sketch of the routes between the Bay of Islands and Hokianga, shewing the Native paths, and the position of the hostile Natives on the 8th May and 1st July, 1845 [ms map]. (Signed) C.D.W. Ligar Sur. Genl.
Reference Number: MapColl-832.11gmbh/1845/Acc.413
Military map including Hokianga Harbour, north to Wangaroa Bay and northeast to the Bay of Islands during the New Zealand war of 1843-1847. Shows route taken by first military expedition, from the Bay of Islands to Tarrawahena Patuhoni's Pa along native route, and to May and June battle sites. Shows changing positions of Heke Pokai's pa sites where battles took place with the military forces [under Colonel William Hulme]. Shows mission stations, various pa sites, a cart road, forest land, rivers, the volcanic range and Mr William's farm.
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Ligar, Charles D. Whybrow, 1809-1879 :Sketch of the routes between the Bay of Islands and Hokianga, shewing the Native paths, and the position of the hostile Natives on the 8th May and 1st July, 1845 [ms map]. (Signed) C.D.W. Ligar Sur. Genl., Reference Number MapColl-832.11gmbh/1845/Acc.413 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 manuscript map(s)Ink and watercolour, part coloured, linen backed, scale [ca. 1:126720], 56 x 48 cm.. Map
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: Colour transparency available
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Signed: C D W Ligar, Surv. Genl.
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