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Reed book of Māori mythology / A.W. Reed
Bib ID 3258451
Format BookBook
Author
Reed, A. W. (Alexander Wyclif), 1908-1979
 
Edition Rev. by Ross Calman. 
Description Auckland [N.Z.] : Reed Pub., 2004 
xxii, 528 p. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0790009501
Notes

Previous ed. published as: Treasury of Māori folklore /­ by A.W. Reed. Wellington, N.Z., 1963.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 499-503) and index.

Subjects Maori (New Zealand people) - Folklore.  |  Legends - New Zealand.  |  Mythology, Maori.
Other authors/contributors Calman, Ross  |  Reed, A. W. (Alexander Wyclif), 1908-1979. Treasury of Māori folklore

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