John Wickcliffe ship

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On 23 March 1848, the ship “John Wickliffe” arrived in Port Chalmers, carrying the first group of 97 settlers of the new city of Dunedin – including the Otago settlement’s founder William Cargill. It was followed three weeks later by another 200 settlers on the ship “Philip Laing.” Otago had a long history of settlement by Kāti Mamoe and Kāi Ta...


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