This pou whenua (land post) was erected on Raoul Island by members of the Ngāti Kurī tribe in Northland. The tribe has traditional links with the Kermadecs, as their ancestral canoe, the Kurahaupō, was nearly wrecked on Raoul Island. After being repaired, it sailed on to New Zealand.
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