Te Papakupu o te Tai Tokerau ~
2004-9 Revised Edition
This is a gateway to the working files for Te Papakupu o te Tai Tokerau.
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The material presented on this site builds on and extends the work done under the auspices of the James Henare Māori Research Centre from 1997 to 2003, and which was made available through the Centre's web site until that was closed by the University of Auckland after the Centre went temporarily into recess early in 2004. Since then this version of the Dictionary has been maintained by volunteers through this site.
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