Creator unknown :[Maps and sketches of Hawkes Bay traced from manuscripts in McLean papers in Turnbull Library] [copy of ms map]. [Traced] by JDH Buchanan, 1948]. [18-?]
- 1800 - 1860
- Buchanan, John Duncan Henry, 1902-1961
Comprises seven separate maps from the McLean papers that have been copied onto one map, traced by J D H Buchanan in 1948.
They are 1 - Shows the placenames of the provincial district of Hawkes Bay; 2 - Maori land claims along the Mohaka River; 3 - the new 1851 boundary of the Waipawa River and the Mangaonuku Stream; 4 a rough sketch of the government purchase at Okawa ; 5 - map showing the Te Whare o te Pounamu inbetween the Pakiaka bush and Whakatu and Pakowhai; 6 - sketch of Tautane District showing quarantine ground for stock and Esdale's property; 7 - plan of Ngatarawa no. 1.
Map in two pieces and joined in centre with linen backing.
Quantity: 7 map(s) on one sheet.
Physical Description: Diazo photoprint, 60 x 42 cm or smaller, sheet 78 x 140 cm.
Transfers: From Manuscripts & Archives - MS McLean papers Group 0032.
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Alternative form available: Colour transparency available
- No photocopying allowed
- Access restrictions
- Partly restricted - Please use surrogate in place of original
- 7 map(s) on one sheet, Diazotypes, Manuscript maps, Diazo photoprint, 60 x 42 cm or smaller, sheet 78 x 140 cm.
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