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Object Detail

Published NZ Survey map showing the town of Patea with sections and reserves marked, includes road bridge, Patea Harbour Board wharf, railway line and railway station. Annotation marking Broughton's Grave in red ink reads ' Mr Broughton was Interpreter to General Cameron in 1865 and fell a victim, to Hauhau treachery while on a mission from the General. He was murdered a few miles up the River (see Carlyle litho) and the body was found some days afterwards and buried where indicated'. Signed by W. F. Gordon. Undated.
Scale: 9 chains to 2 inches
Size: 46.5cm x 43cm
Subject Person

Archive Contents

  Part 1

Date: Undated

Scale: 9 chains to 2 inches

Size: 46.5cm x 43cm

Surveyor: Francis Simpson

Lithographer: W. Gordon

Published map. Part of NZ Survey map series.

  Part 2

Duplicate copy.

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