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Some account of the beginnings of literature in New Zealand. Part I, The Maori section / by T.M. Hocken
Bib ID 1652691
Format BookBook
Author
Hocken, T. M. (Thomas Morland), 1836-1910
 
Description p. [472]-490 ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Caption title.

Extract from Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 1900.

"Read before the Otago Institute, 11th September, 1900".

Subjects New Zealand literature -- History and criticism.
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