Field, Henry Claylands, 1825-1912 :Plan of native lands at Putiki in the Wanganui district [ms map] / surveyed for Crown Grants; H.C. Field, surveyor, March 16th, 1865.
- Field, Henry Claylands, 1825-1912
Cadastral map of the site of the proposed suburb of Putiki, Wanganui, bordered by the Wanaganui River, Awarua Stream and the Great North Western Road. Includes the sites of church mission premises, a mill and a dam. Land sections owned by Maori, including acreages, are shown across the other side of the road. Includes written descriptions of the terrain.
Names include: Poari Kuramata, Poari Remi, Weta Puna, Terina Puna, Erueti Turangapito, Wirihana Te Raupo, Reupene, Kepa Rangihiwinui Horopapera, Mawae, Hoani Wiremu Hipango, Hakaraia Korako, Erena - wife of Mete Kingi, James Blyth, Hapurona, Taimona Tamaihukia, Iharaera, Nikorima, Horopapera, Hori
Signature of H.C. Field under map title.
Quantity: 1 manuscript map(s).
Physical Description: Ink and colour wash on paper, mounted on card, linen backed, 57.4 x 77 cm.
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- 1 manuscript map(s), Cadastral maps, Manuscript maps, Ink and colour wash on paper, mounted on card, linen backed, 57.4 x 77 cm.
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