The locked-up native and crown lands in the North Island of New Zealand (complied from the latest Government maps). .
Reference Number: Eph-D-POLITICS-1905-01
Shows a map of the North Island with shading for Lands disposed of, Crown lands, and Native lands. The text argues that the locking-up of native and crown lands means that settlement is blocked, prosperity is retarded, commercial and industrial progress is hampered, agricultural and pastoral resources are remaining undeveloped, would-be settlers cannot find homes, and merchants and traders and the general community is seriously affected. This land, if thrown open for settlement would find employment for another 50,000 people.
1 image, categorised under Posters, Political posters, Ephemera, Engravings, Maps and Letterpress works, related to Wilson & Horton Ltd, North Island, Ahi ka, New Zealand. Parliament - Elections, 1905 and Land settlement.
The locked-up native and crown lands in the North Island of New Zealand (complied from the latest Government maps). ., Reference Number Eph-D-POLITICS-1905-01 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s)Letterpress and engraving on paper, 570 x 455 mm.. Vertical imageEphemera
Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Use photographic copy where possible.
Other copies available: File print in Ephemera Room.
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Recto - bottom right: Wilson and Horton, Printers, Auckland.
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