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Nga korero o te hui o te whakakotahitanga i tu ki te Tiriti o Waitangi, Aperira 14, 1892

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  • Catalogue title
    • Nga korero o te hui o te whakakotahitanga i tu ki te Tiriti o Waitangi, Aperira 14, 1892 / I Perehitia e Wiremu Makura, Hai Tiriti
  • Type
  • Identifiers
    EMI1131  (Call Number)
  • Language
    Maori
  • Available in
    Reserve  (Location)
  • Abstract
    Record of meeting, 14 April 1892, to formalise the national Maori Parliament"--BiM.
  • Physical description
    20 p. ; 21 cm.
  • Production
    McCullough, William. printer (Author)
    McCullough, William. printer, author (Creator)
    Wiremu Makura, Hai Tiriti (Publisher)
    Akarana [i.e. Auckland, N.Z.]  (Place of occurrence)
    [1892?]
  • Subject
  • Citation
    Nga korero o te hui o te whakakotahitanga i tu ki te Tiriti o Waitangi, Aperira 14, 1892
  • Notes
    • 'Proceedings of the first meeting of the national Maori Parliament movement (Whakakotahitanga) held on 14 April 1892 at Te Tiriti o Waitangi meeting house at Waitangi, Bay of Islands, and attended by 1342 representatives. It includes a list of speakers and tribal chiefs, an address by Heta Te Haara (Chairman) and the resolutions of the working party on land issues and electorate boundaries for representatives to the parliament, the first session of which was held in June 1892'.--BiM 1319
    • Indexed in: Williams, 815 ; Bagnall, K464 ; Books in Maori, 1319

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