Hamuera Tamahau Mahupuku

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Mahupuku (seated, right) with Canon Samuel Williams (seated, left) and group at Papawai

Hamuera Tamahau Mahupuku (c.1842 – 14 January 1904) was a New Zealand tribal leader, runholder, assessor and newspaper proprietor. Of Māori descent, he identified with the Ngāti Kahungunu iwi. He was born in the Wairarapa, New Zealand (either at Rangataua, near Longbush, or at Pahaoamy) in c.1842.[1]

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