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Results of an archaeological survey of Ruapuke Island
P. J. F. Coutts
|Other titles||Archaeological survey of Ruapuke Island, New Zealand.|
|Statement||[by] Peter Coutts and Mark Jurisich.|
|Series||Otago University monographs in prehistoric anthropology, 5|
|Contributions||Jurisich, Mark, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||GN705 .S75 vol. 5, DU423.A55 .S75 vol. 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 49, p.|
|Number of Pages||49|
|LC Control Number||80503496|
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Illustrations, tables. "Ruapuke Island is situated in the Foveaux Strait, approximately 12 miles east of Bluff. Although it is small (about 3, acres) and even today, isolated, it was the focal point of Maori population and culture in the. Results of an Archaeological Survey of Ruapuke Island [Otago University Monographs in Prehistory Anthropology, Volume 5] Coutts, Peter & Mark Jurisich Published by Department of Anthropology, University of Otago, Dunedin ().
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To place your results within a wider archaeological and historical context. When you submit your report to the Cambridgeshire Historic Environment Record (CHER), the information within it will be added to the HER database, which in turn will add to the. recorded “a decline in the female population on Ruapuke from to in only seven years” from to because of a loss of Mäori women to European partners seems to confuse the female population decline with that of Ruapuke as a whole (Anderson ).
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ruapuke island - National Library of New Zealand ?i%5Bcentury%5D=&text=ruapuke+island Result. Ruapuke is a small island of about 16 square kilometres in size, situated in the eastern reaches of Foveaux Strait, which separates the south of the South Island of New Zealand from Stewart Island.
An archaeological survey indicates prehistoric Maori occupation (Coutts and Jurisich ). Near. - Results of an Archaeological Survey of Ruapuke Island, Otago University Monographs in Prehistoric Anthropology, 5.
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