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The changing Maori / by Felix M. Keesing
Bib ID 1011983
Format BookBook
Author
Keesing, Felix Maxwell, 1902-1961
 
Description New Plymouth, Printed by Thomas Avery, 1928 
xvi, 198 p. illus. 
Series

Memoirs of the Board Of Maori Ethnological Research ; v. 4.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 197-198.

Subjects Maori (New Zealand people)
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