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Introduction: Laying the Groundwork 1. Te Ihu o Mataaho: Ihumatao and the Otuataua Stonefields, c.1350-1840 2. 'A Strange Sight': Te Wherowhero's Cottage and Pukekawa/Auckland Domain, 1840-1860 3. 'The Crooked Place': The Ihumatao Mission Station and the Otuataua Stonefields, c.1846-1866 4. 'Matters of Moment': The Olive Grove and Maungakiekie, 1878-1901 5. 'The Ideal Home': The Ah Chee Market Gardens and Pukekawa/Auckland Domain, 1882-1920 6. 'If You Need a Monument, Look Around You': The Obelisk and Maungakiekie, 1907-1940 Conclusion: Landing up in Auckland

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Lucy Mackintosh is Curator of History at Auckland War Memorial Museum/Tamaki Paenga Hira. She has a PhD in history from the University of Auckland. Previously, she worked as an historian for local and national government and heritage organisations, focusing on Auckland history and historic sites. She has also worked as a heritage consultant in the US and published research on American traders who visited Aotearoa New Zealand in the early nineteenth century.

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