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In this talk Debi Marshall-Lobb discusses the activities, role-models and experiences of young Māori who grew up in Palmerston North in the 1960s and 70s. The talk was presented at the Palmerston North City Library as part of Local History Week 2008. Duration 52 minute mp3 file.

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Audio
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2008BD_IMCA-DigitalArchive_TALK_1942
Title
Young, Māori and Growing up in Palmerston North – Talk
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IMCA Digital Archive
Date
April 8, 2008

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