Missionaries were among the first Europeans to live in New Zealand, and Northland was their initial focus. Anglican, Wesleyan and Catholic mission stations were established from 1814. The Wesleyan mission station at Mangungu on the Hokianga Harbour, founded in 1828, is depicted in this drawing from 1838.
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