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A letter from Te Ropiha at Pipitea dated 8 November 1856 to Mata Paki and Tamati Peka regarding land issues. The letter is written in Maori.
Taranaki Land District - No 13. Showing rural lands open for sale or selection. Includes plans of parts of Blocks XI & XII, Mimi. Block II & part of III, Upper Waitara survey district (Scale: 40 chains to an inch). Part of Block VII, Mimi survey district. Section 62, Block II, Opunake survey district (Scale: 1 mile to an inch). Also plan of localities (Scale: 25 miles to an inch), schedule and instructions to applicants. Open for sale or selection from 9th September 1891.
Taranaki Land District - No 347. Shows lands for selection on renewable lease. Includes plan of sections in Huatoki Settlement (Scale ; 6 chains to an inch). Also a plan of locality (Scale : 32 miles to an inch), schedule, instructions to applicants and an abstract of conditions of lease. Open for selection up to 21st August 1922.
5 maps of Land Commission 1905
An Agreement to Lease between Tutaki, Rangihaeata, Pikirapu, Paramena Mutu, Whaaro and others and David McMaster of Wellington, 19 May 1873. The lease is for a piece of land known as the Mokoia Reserve in the Pātea District of the Province of Taranaki. Signed by David McMaster with the names and marks of approximately 65 Māori, many of the marks are on small separate squares of paper which have been laid on. Also signed by John Stevens and Samuel Marsden Baker (Licensed Interpreters) and H.J. Perham (Solicitor, Whanganui). Includes a small pencil sketch of the area.