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The Reverend James Duncan, played by Nevil Hunt, the bearded figure on the right, speaks to the chief during the re-enactment.

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Image
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2011N_Fo7_004665
Title
Foxton Centenary- Re-enactment of arrival of early settlers from Paiaka
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Public Photograph Collection Fo 7
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Coolstore

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Foxton
Date
October 22, 1955

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The Times

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