“The Native Institution at Waikato Heads, New Zealand”
BIPOC Voices in the Victorian Periodical Press
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THE NATIVE INSTITUTION AT WAIKATO HEADS, NEW ZEALAND.
"Friend Maunsell—How farest thou and mother Maunsell? Friend, here I am at Waikare. My sickness still continues. It is in my head. If God is pleased that I should return well, it is well: if He wills that I should die now, it is well. But I forget not God: I pray for myself to God, for my children, and for my wife. Still the pain is violent. With God rests the issue, whether for life or for death. As for me, I am now in the interval between life and death. From JOHN HUKI."
Digital Publication Details
Title: “The Native Institution at Waikato Heads, New Zealand”
Creator(s): Anonymous; John Huki
Publication date: (1853) 2022
Digital publishers: One More Voice, COVE
Critical encoding: Kenneth C. Crowell, Cassie Fletcher, Jocelyn Spoor, Adrian S. Wisnicki
One More Voice identifier: liv_026022
Cite (Chicago Author-Date): Anonymous, and John Huki. (1853) 2022. “The Native Institution at Waikato Heads, New Zealand.” Edited by Kenneth C. Crowell, Cassie Fletcher, and Jocelyn Spoor. In “BIPOC Voices,” One More Voice, solidarity edition; Collaborative Organization for Virtual Education (COVE). https://onemorevoice.org/html/bipoc-voices/digital-editions-amd/liv_026022_HTML.html.
Rights: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
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