This North Island map plots the Hauhau campaign and Te Kooti campaign from the New Zealand Wars.
Military engagements and massacres are identified. Small yellow lines represent the New Zealand war battle campaigns by the settlers and the New Zealand government against the Māori.
The map also shows the overland road from Napier to Auckland. There is some text on map, for example, “Whareongaonga, where the prisoners from the Chatham Islands landed in July 1860.” (This would include Te Kooti Arikirangi Te Turuki.)
The map also shows the middle North Island with a note reading, “Land enclosed by yellow is that of the Māori King, boarded by the ‘aukati’ no European may cross on pain of death”. What is this area of land called today?
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