[Creator unknown] :[Sketch map of country around Gate Pa, with scouting tracks and battle sites] [ms map]. [1864?]
Reference Number: MapColl-832.16hkm/[ca.1864]/Acc.1869
Hand drawn military map of the area from the Waimapu River, including the Tauranga-Rotorua Road to Okauia, Irihanga, Wairoa River and Tauranga Harbour. Includes roads and tracks, one of which is marked as 'my scouting track - there and back close on forty miles'. Gate Pa is marked, settlements, rivers and some roads are named. Scenes of action are marked as crossed swords and some battle sites are named - Gate Pa, Te Ranga, Oropi, Waehi, Whakamarama. Directional arrows point to Rotorua and Okauia. Includes some hachures, sites of clearings and a location of a house.
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[Creator unknown] :[Sketch map of country around Gate Pa, with scouting tracks and battle sites] [ms map]. [1864?], Reference Number MapColl-832.16hkm/[ca.1864]/Acc.1869 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 manuscript map(s)Ink, pencil, coloured pencil on paper, linen backed, coloured, scale not given, 19.7 x 21 cm.. Map
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: Neg. C14054. Aperture card available
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