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I tukua ngā karakia e te kaumātua hei whakapainga. The Minister of Lands & Forests viewing a shelter built to house a 150 year old canoe that was washed up on Santoft Beach in 1965.Two Photographs. To access these images, please contact us.

Identification

Object type
Image
Digitisation ID
2008P_Tw3-1_TWH_1922
Title
Hei whakamarua te waka/canoe shelter
Held In
Coolstore

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Creation

Created By
Place
Santoft, Rangitikei
Date
July 2, 1982

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carving,
tangata,
toi,
wharenui,

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