Booklet, Agathos. Ko te ritenga o te ingoa nei, ko te tangata pai

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1843

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Booklet, Agathos. Ko te ritenga o te ingoa nei, ko te tangata pai.
Kua oti te tuhituhi i te reo Pākehā e Samuel Wilberforce. M.A. Waimate: He mea taia i te perehi o Te Pihopa, 1843.
A booklet with text in Māori, printed on a letterpress and bound along spine by thread. The text is a translation of Agathos: the likeness of that name to the man, written by Samuel Wilberforce and translated by James Davis. The story is followed by a dialogue between a teacher (Kai Wakaako) and a Māori (Tangata Māori). James Davis translated the story in collaboration with Thomas Williams and Renata Kawepō and others.
Edition/State/Version
First edition
Collection
Production technique
Media/Materials description
Brown cover, pages printed in black ink, hand bound along spine with thread. The pages are uneven in size.
Measurements
Height x Width: 150 x 116mm
Signature/Inscription
MMC / 399, Label, Adhesive
Subject date
1843
Display location
Current rights
Credit line
gifted by Lady Florence Maclean
Other number(s)
38/206, 4195, Pams Maori Aga, MMC399, H.W.W 91, 22339
Accession number
38/206

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