From a photo, April, 1922] — Rihara Kou, of Kaikohe — Last survivor of the defenders of Ohaeawai

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The New Zealand Wars: A History of the Maori Campaigns and the Pioneering Period: Volume I: 1845–1864 - Chapter 7: The Attack on Ohaeawai - From a photo, April, 1922] Rihara Kou , of Kaikohe Last survivor of the defenders of Ohaeawai.


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