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White, Johnlocked

(1826–1891)
  • C. A. Harris
  • , revised by Jane Tucker

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White, John (1826–1891), ethnographer and public servant in New Zealand, one of the eight children of Francis White, a blacksmith, and his wife, Jane, née Angus, was born in Cockfield, co. Durham, on 3 January 1826, and emigrated to New Zealand with his family in 1834. They settled first at the ...

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