- 15 Feb-15 Mar 1851
- Contains diary entries in which McLean describes his travels from Hawkes Bay to Poverty Bay seeking land to buy, and carrying out some of his magistrate duties. European and Maori settlements and meetings are described, including descriptions of Turanganui (present day Gisborne) and Wairoa areas, an old Maori women who remembered the visit of James Cook, the first magistrate's court sitting in the district, and descriptions of land that he was interested in purchasing. Quantity: 1 volume(s). Physical Description: Holograph
- Additional description
- Alternative form available: Microfilm available. Use MS-Copy-Micro-0664-2
- Access restrictions
- Partly restricted - Please use surrogate in place of original
- 1 volume(s), Manuscripts, Holograph
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