Dittmer, Wilhelm, 1866-1909 :Maui fishing New Zealand out of the ocean. [London, Routledge, 1907]
- Dittmer, Wilhelm, 1866-1909
An imaginative reconstruction to illustrate a legend titled Maui - the creation of New Zealand, showing Maui fishing the North Island up out of the sea.
Extended Title - From: Dittmer, Wilhelm. Te Tohunga. London, Routledge, 1907, p. 49.
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Physical Description: Photolithograph of ink drawing
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