[Nixon, Marmaduke George (Lieutenant Colonel), 1814?-1864] :[Map showing sections and Native land on Manukau Harbour] [ms map]. [186-]
Reference Number: MapColl-832.12gbbd/[186-]/Acc.427
Cadastral map of Manakau harbour Auckland, depicting Native Land blocks, named settler sections (with acreage between 74 and 303 acres), a reserve (over 74 acres), swamp lots, a native village, a spring reserve, and identifying Nixon's 'hut'.Settler names include Grahame, six separate blocks totalling over 833 acres, Greenwood, four blocks totally over 468 acres, Nixon, four blocks of over 420 acres, Gitti's, 1000 acres, Fairburn, Bagston, and 184 acres bought 'for some person in England'. A vast area is titled 'unsettled claims'.
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[Nixon, Marmaduke George (Lieutenant Colonel), 1814?-1864] :[Map showing sections and Native land on Manukau Harbour] [ms map]. [186-], Reference Number MapColl-832.12gbbd/[186-]/Acc.427 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 manuscript map(s)Ink and watercolour on paper, linen backed, scale [ca. 1:15 000], 60 x 48 cm.. Map
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