This map shows the main deposits of stone that Māori used. In one tradition, a man chases a taniwha from the North Island to the South Island, visiting a number of important stone quarries. The story is an oral map of these resources.
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Source: Malcolm McKinnon, ed. Bateman New Zealand historical atlas. Auckland: Bateman, 1997