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Tuhawaiki
c. 18051844
(Person)

Also known as: Bloody Jack; Hone Tuhawaiki.

Mentioned in

Fig. 8.—Moko signature on a deed. — (The original in the possession of Dr. Hocken, of Dunedin, N.Z. This is a land grant signed by Tuawhaiki (alias “Bloody Jack”), a chief of Otago (Ngaitahu tribe). He was a great enemy of Rauparaha, who signed the Wairau deeds Right: The tower of the Church, which contains the bell of Tuhawaiki's schooner

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