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Mahuta Tawhiao Potatau Te Wherowhero

Also known as: Mahuta Tawhiao.

Ngati Mahuta; Maori King, politician.

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One of the Waikato Kingite Flags at Waahi. The canoe represents the Tainui; the rainbow is the symbol of the god Uenuku, and the seven stars above the rainbow are the Pleiades (Matariki) The late Mahuta Potatau Te Wherowhero, son of King Tawhiao, of Waikato The Seddon Administration, 1906. Mr. Seddon. — Sir Joseph Ward. Hon. W. Hall-Jones. — Hon. J. McGowan. Hon. James Carroll (standing). — Hon. T. Y. Duncan. Hon. A. Pitt. — Hon. C. H. Mills. Hon. Mahuta Wherowhero


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