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1 Anderson, Atholl Te Puoho's Last Raid: The march from Golden Bay to Southland in 1836 and defeat at Tuturau
Dunedin Otago Heritage Books (1986) 0959772324 / 9780959772326 First Edition Softcover Near Fine with no dust jacket 
No signatures. Slight foxing to covers.; 100 pages. Illustrated in colour and b&w. Page dimensions: 240 x 179mm. "In the Spring of 1836 the former Taranaki Maori chief, Te Puoho, and his Ngati Tama war party left Golden Bay in Nelson on one of the longest overland marches in Maori history. They intended to take the Kai Tahu settlements in the south of the South Island by surprise through their approach via the West Coast and inland Otago [. . .] In the outcome, the expedition was to end in anti-climax with no fighting of any consequence but with the death of Te Puoho at Tuturau in Eastern Southland." - from the foreword by Angus Ross. 
Price: 29.70 NZD
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