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Nga mahi a te hui o te Hahi Maori o te Atirikonatanga o te Waimate i te Pihopatanga o Akarana : I huihui ki Waimaku ia Hanuere 31 me Pepuere 1, 1896. Me nga mahi a te hui o Te Hahi Maori o te Atirikonatanga o Waikato. I huihui ia Otorohanga ia Aperira 14, 15, 1896.

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  • Catalogue title
    Nga mahi a te hui o te Hahi Maori o te Atirikonatanga o te Waimate i te Pihopatanga o Akarana : I huihui ki Waimaku ia Hanuere 31 me Pepuere 1, 1896. Me nga mahi a te hui o Te Hahi Maori o te Atirikonatanga o Waikato. I huihui ia Otorohanga ia Aperira 14, 15, 1896.
  • Type
  • Identifiers
    EMR6-1896  (Call Number)
  • Language
    Maori
  • Available in
    Reserve  (Location)
  • Physical description
    29 p. ; 21 cm.
  • Production
    Church of the Province of New Zealand (Publisher)
    I Perehitia e Henare Perete, Hoterani Tiriti (Publisher)
    Akarana [i.e. Auckland]  (Place of occurrence)
    1896
  • Subject
  • Citation
    Nga mahi a te hui o te Hahi Maori o te Atirikonatanga o te Waimate i te Pihopatanga o Akarana : I huihui ki Waimaku ia Hanuere 31 me Pepuere 1, 1896. Me nga mahi a te hui o Te Hahi Maori o te Atirikonatanga o Waikato. I huihui ia Otorohanga ia Aperira 14, 15, 1896.
  • Notes
    • The Auckland Diocesan territory was initially divided into four districts (archdeaconries): Waitemata (sometimes referred to as 'Auckland'), Waimate, Waikato, Taranaki (Proceedings, 6th Synod, 1871, p. 100). Later reports in the series refer to northern ('Whakararo') and southern ('Whakarunga') diocesan districts.-- BiM S301
    • Reports of two meeting of Native Church Board archdeaconries: Waimate at Waimamaku (31 January-1February 1896) and Waikato at Otorohanga (14-15 April 1896).
    • Indexed in Williams 909 ; BiM S301/1896

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