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This crowd of supporters are gathered at a meeting of the Kotahitanga, a Māori parliament, at Pāpāwai in Wairarapa in 1897. The Kotahitanga resolved that all remaining Māori land should be reserved absolutely for Māori. It also pressed for a degree of self-government on the basis of ...
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