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Story: Asher, John Atirau -

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Story: Asher, John Atirau -
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Dictionary of New Zealand Biography
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John (Jack) Atirau Asher was born at Tauranga on 8 August 1892, the 10th of 11 children of Katerina Te Atirau, a high-ranking woman of Te Arawa, of Ngati Pukenga and Ngati Pikiao descent, and David Asher, a Jewish trader and hotel proprietor. His father was a strict parent and raised the childre...

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1892–1966
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Dictionary of New Zealand Biography
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http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/4a21/asher-john-atirau
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Ngati Pukenga and Ngati Pikiao leader / hotelier / interpreter / racehorse owner

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