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(From The News and Theatre Courier’ 12 August 1936)
‘In the eighteen sixties the Maungakawa Maori Settlement was one of the largest of its kind in the Waikato having a population of several hundred Maori. It possessed a large Wharepuna (meeting house) and [later] a Maori Parliament House, where meetings of the various tribes under King Tawhiao took place.’
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