White, John, 1826-1881: Map of the North Island, New Zealand [ms map]. Indicating the route taken by the canoes and people shortly after New Zealand was discovered by the Maori. Compiled by John White.
Includes various dashed and dotted lines depicting routes taken by various Iwi around the coastline of North Island. A few names of iwi members are recorded. Includes descriptive notes of events which occurred around the coastline, and a key details 3 numbered places. Many rivers and streams are drawn but only a few are named as are some places, points and islands. Hachures. Some Maori place-names included.
Quantity: 1 manuscript map(s).
Physical Description: Ink on paper sealed in plastic, some colour, 95.3 x 66 cm.
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- 1 manuscript map(s), Manuscript maps, Ink on paper sealed in plastic, some colour, 95.3 x 66 cm.
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