Te Kara - The United Tribes Flag, 1834

Te Kara - The United Tribes Flag, 1834

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In 1830, the Hokianga-built trading ship Sir George Murray was seized in Sydney by Customs officials for sailing without a flag. It is said that the two rangatira on board, Te Taonui and Patuone, flew up a Māori cloak to show where the ship was from, without success. In 1833 a second ship was seized. It was clear an official flag for Aote...


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