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|Title:||King Kauri: Tales and Traditions of the Kauri Country|
|New / Used:||Used|
|Book Type:||Small softcover|
|Published By:||The Bush Press|
|Size (mm):||136 w x 213 h x 12 d|
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From pre-European times to the present day, this is a history of the Kauri tree in New Zealand.
It includes tales and traditions from a variety of people from early explorers in Maori times to the history of present day reserves including: early explorers, traders and shipbuilders, timber felling and working, kauri ghost towns and shipwrecks, kauri dams and bushs railways, kauri gum and the gum diggers, fossil forests, and kauri reserves remaining today.
Illustrated with b&w images.