Notes on Maori Matters

Justice A.J. Johnston
Production date
Jul 1860
This collection of notes by Justice A.J. Johnston, Auckland compiled in 1860, includes the judge's viewpoint on land proposals and in particular addresses the question of the Anti Land Sale League, and the case of Wiremu Kingi. These notes also feature Johnston’s thoughts on Maaori culture, interactions with visitors to New Zealand before the Treaty, how to establish an English colony fairly, the Treaty of Waitangi, the King Movement and thoughts on the future.
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Production date
Jul 1860
Paper, book cover missing.
217 x 140mm
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Trust Waikato Art and Taonga Collection
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