B. The Account of Cook's Visit By Te Horeta Taniwha - The Discovery of New Zealand

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[White, Ancient History of the Maori, Vol. V, pp. 121-8. The version of these Maori reminiscences printed by White is the longest and the fullest, though the story was first taken down at Lieutenant-Governor Wynyard's direction at Coromandel during the gold-field negotiations with the natives in 1852. White gives the chief's name as Hore-ta-te-T...


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