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Wiremu Tako Ngatata

Also known as: Wi Tako.

Te Ati Awa leader, peacemaker, politician.

Mentioned in

Fig. 58—Wi Tako died on the 6th November, 1887, and lay in State at his house (near the Ramp, Hutt Road), Pito-one, until his burial, 20th November. On the walls of the room are Maori Mats, Weapons and Paintings of his son William, and daughter Josephine Ngatata. The latter married Daniel Love


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