Waipū’s first settlers

Waipū’s first settlers

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The first Scottish settlers reached Waipū in 1854. Eight of the original settlers, all members of the MacKay and McKenzie families, were photographed several years later. From left to right, back row: Duncan McKenzie, Alexander MacKay, Jessie McKenzie, ...


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