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Two articles on Mangere history

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  • Description
    Typescript containing the following two articles relating to the early history of Mangere:
    (1) -- St. James' Church, an old Anglican church built of stone nestled at the foot of Mangere Mountain (3 leaves), and
    (2) -- The settlement in 1849 of 480 acres of Government land by eighty families of Te Wherowhero and Ngati Mahuta. Mentioned are Kati Takiwaru, Tamati Ngapora, Warena Kahawai, Hohana and Tutere (1 leaf).
  • Other Number
    93/141, MS-93-141
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  • Catalogue title
    Two articles on Mangere history
  • Identifiers
    • MS-93-141  (Reference Number)
    • 93/141  (Registration Number)
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  • Description
    Typescript containing the following two articles relating to the early history of Mangere: (1) -- St. James' Church, an old Anglican church built of stone nestled at the foot of Mangere Mountain (3 leaves), and (2) -- The settlement in 1849 of 480 acres of Government land by eighty families of Te Wherowhero and Ngati Mahuta. Mentioned are Kati Takiwaru, Tamati Ngapora, Warena Kahawai, Hohana and Tutere (1 leaf).
  • Physical description
    1 folder (1 item)
  • Production
    Soar, E. (Creator)
  • Medium
    Typescript
  • Subject
  • Citation
    Soar, E. Two articles on Mangere history. Auckland War Memorial Museum Library. MS-93-141.

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