Fun map of New Zealand
File name: 08_05_000077 Title: Fun map of New Zealand Created/Published: Wellington [New Zealand] : E. V. Paul Government Printer Date issued: 1910-1959 (approximate) Physical description: 1 print (poster) : color Summary: Inset on recto shows railways within New Zealand and sea and air routes from overseas. Includes photographs and tourist information on verso. Genre: Travel posters; Prints; Maps Subjects: Tourism Notes: Title from item.; Front side of two-sided poster. Verso is…
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Samoan family, 1980s
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Tongan overstayers deported
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How the Polynesian Panthers gave rise to Pasifika activism
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