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Printing Press (Te Hokioi e Rere Atu Na); 4098

Printing Press (Te Hokioi e Rere Atu Na); 4098
Name/Title
Printing Press (Te Hokioi e Rere Atu Na)
About this object
A cast iron Hopkinson & Cope printing press gifted to Wiremu Toetoe Tumohe & Hemera Te Rerehau Paraone of Rangiaowhia by the Emperor of Austria following their visit to Austria in 1859. It was later used by the Kingitanga Movement to print the first Maori language newspaper Te Hokioi e Rere Atu Na.
Medium and Materials
The press is cast iron, not currently in working order. The press was made by Hopkinson & Cope between 1848 and 1858.
Subject and Association Description
The press was used to print a Maori Language newspaper to disseminate the Kingitanga’s views throughout the Upper North Island.
Object Type
Printing
Object number
4098

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