Drake, James Charles, fl 1825-1865 :District of Ohariu New Zealand [ms map]. 1853.
Reference Number: MapColl-832.47gbbd/1853/Acc.24010
Cadastral map of the area surrounding Makara Beach, Ohariu Bay, southeast and northwest of the Makara and Ohariu rivers, including parts of both the Ohariu and the Makara Districts.Shows several numbered sections, with the names of the property owners, including: G Hart (occupied by John ?Monk), T Molesworth, R Barton, Smith (former Hallets), Stevens, Captain Daniell, H St. Hill, New Zealand Company, James Bain, Johnston, ?Barten, John Cook. Two blocks of land include annotations indicating they were sold in October and December 1855, one to the Provincial Government and one to James Baines. Several ink and pencil annotations indicate subsequent owner names and cadastral information. One area marked in pencil as unsurveyed.Large blocks of land are coloured coded as Native (Maori) land; smaller areas as Native (Maori) cultivations.A pa (kainga) at Makara Beach is shown.
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Drake, James Charles, fl 1825-1865 :District of Ohariu New Zealand [ms map]. 1853., Reference Number MapColl-832.47gbbd/1853/Acc.24010 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 manuscript map(s)Ink and watercolour on paper, scale [ca. 1:7 920], 75.8 x 67.1 cm.. Map
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