A surveyor standing in a clearing beside a peg hammered into the ground. He is holding a weighted rod above the peg and a flag. He is surrounded by six Maori, one holding the stand for his theodolite, two holding sickles for clearing scrub, one seated, pointing to the right, and one a woman with a baby in a sling on her back. Two tents are visible in the background to the left
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- Illustrated New Zealand News. Dunedin, 1883-1887
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