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Kotahitanga newspaper mastheads

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These two mastheads are from the two official newspapers of the Paremata Māori or the Kotahitanga parliament movement. Huia Tangata Kotahi, meaning unite the people, was edited by Īhaia Hūtana from 1893 to 1895. The masthead (bottom) shows two people, one on the top of the South ...

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