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Also known as: Hokianga Harbour.

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Eruera Maihi Patuone, a Nga-Puhi Chief of Upper Hokianga. (One of the leaders in the great southern expedition of 1819–20.) Kohukohu wharf, Hokianga Harbour Tamati Waka Nene, Nga-Puhi Chief of Upper Hokianga This photograph of 78-year old Ella Baker of Hokianga Harbour was taken in 1950 by National Publicity Studios photographer K.V. Bigwood. Mrs Baker, who died in 1966 at the age of 93, was the youngest of 11 children of one of Hokianga's earliest European settlers and traders, Johnny Webster, who carved the fish chair out of a single pūriri log. National Archives: National Publicity Studios Photographic Collection [Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, NZ, reference number F-40183-1/2- (A20,401…


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