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Customs -
a. Speech of loyalty by Kepa Ehau at Coronation Ceremony Rotorua (date unclear)
b. Souvenir programme of "The Maori Court", New Zealand Centennial Exhibition 1840-1940
c. Maori population of New Zealand, census 1936 and 1945 and other papers, 1935-1940
d. Article by George Fowlds - "A Plea for the Preservation of Interesting Maori Earthworks", printed in Auckland Weekly News, 16 March 1949
e. Report of meeting at Dominion Museum, Wellington, on "Archaelogical and Historical Sites and Natural Monuments", 11 September 1952
f. Article by C E MacCormick on native customs as relating to the ownership of land N.D.[?]
g. Article entitled "Preserving the past" (Writer un-named and no date)
h. A description of the Maori Contingent of Aotearoa and Te Waipouname who took part in the Great War 1914-1918 collated by a committee of Maori members of Parliament. Roll of Maori Contingent and reinforcements 1914-1918
i. Maori station names and their meanings. Bibliography of authorities on place names.
j. Maori and English dictionary
k. Maori song sheet
Correspondence re proposed school of Maori studies by Native Department 1938 (R22154670)
1914 - 1952

Item ID Agency Series Accession Record group Box / Item Sep Record no. Part Alternative no. Record type
R22154670 ACIH 16069 MA52 4 / 10 Text

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Miscellaneous [record group] more detail…

Contains material relating to Maori Purposes Fund Board matters, such as minutes, reports and balance sheets of the Board's Annual meetings, various copies of Acts, regulations, accounts, maps, plans, articles, newspaper cuttings, photographs and correspondence.

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Records created by a succession of government agencies including the Protector of Aborigines (1840-1846), the Native Secretary and Land Purchase Departments (1846-1861), the Native Department (1861-1893), and the Department of Maori Affairs (1906-1989). These agencies were responsible for administering functions relating to Maori such as land purchase, land administration and development, welfare, education, housing, health and employment. The Department was also responsible for Pacific people from 1968-1985.



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Date Approved: 05/05/2014