Maori place-names of New Zealand (vol 9)

Maori place-names of New Zealand (vol 9)

Contents comprise Otaki-Waikanae area and river (Carkeek's surveys, provincial plan of Horowhenua county, and of Otaki Borough (1925); Waikanae-Pukerua area; plan of Wairaka pa; Porirua Harbour and adjacent coast; sketch of part of Porirua Harbour; plan of Kaitawa kainga; part of coast, Porirua Harbour (Te Neke kainga); Banks Peninsula; Waikanae-Paraparaumu area (1888)

Arrangement: Notebook no 9

Quantity: 1 folder(s) (volume).

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Alternative form available: microfilm: MS-Copy-Micro-0780-01

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Adkin, George Leslie, 1888-1964 : Ethnological notebooks
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Map of Otaki-Waikanae area
Date: 1941 From: Adkin, George Leslie, 1888-1964 : Ethnological notebooks Ref: MS-Papers-6061-10-08 Description: Map drawn over two pages. Possibly from survey by M Carkeek. No date, probably about 1885. Quantity: 1 map(s). Physical Description: Colour map