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The mauri ora : aspects of Maoritanga / edited by Michael King
Bib ID 1158515
Format BookBook
Description [Wellington] : Methuen New Zealand, 1978 
111 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0456022406
Notes

National Library's YY copy includes an obituary of the editor from the Melbourne Age dated the 5/4/04

Includes bibliographies.

Subjects Maori (New Zealand people)
Other authors/contributors King, Michael, 1945-2004, editor
Also Titled

Tihe Mauri ora

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