Moments in Time - Hokey Pokey

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Short interstitial about the classic New Zealand treat Hokey Pokey using Primary sources from Archives New Zealand holdings. A transcript of this item is available at http://archives.govt.nz/moments-history-transcripts On 14 March 1896 William Hatton, a manufacturing confectioner from Dunedin, registered an application to patent 'hokey pokey'. He submitted his application under the Patents, Designs, and Trademarks Act 1889, along with a detailed recipe for producing hokey pokey from a mixture...


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