Tawhiao Potatau Te Wherowhero and his wife Hera Manatunga exhibition from the bastard Sir George Grey Special Collections

Tawhiao Potatau Te Wherowhero and his wife Hera Manatunga exhibition from the bastard Sir George Grey Special Collections

Wirimu Maihi Te Rangikaheke, also known as William Marsh, [ca 1865] He holds a taiaha and a korowai (Maori tag cloak), and wears a feathered piupiu. Photographer unknown.

Wirimu Maihi Te Rangikaheke, also known as William Marsh, [ca He holds a taiaha and a korowai (Maori tag cloak), and wears a feathered piupiu.

Vernon Heath (England) fl 1819-1895: Portrait of Horomona Te Atua, Paratene Te Manu and Reihana Te Taukawau.

Vernon Heath (England) fl Portrait of Horomona Te Atua, Paratene Te Manu and Reihana Te Taukawau.

Te Kanapa Haerehuka, (c 1860s) Harehuka, of Ngati Whakaue lived during the years of 1835-1865, at Ohinemutu. He was a poet and orator.

Te Kanapa Haerehuka, (c Harehuka, of Ngati Whakaue lived during the years of at Ohinemutu. He was a poet and orator.

The Maoris; Living races of the world / J.W._? Valentines series. Printed in Great Britain. [1900-1914]

Living races of the world / J. Printed in Great Britain.

A line of Maori men and women shaking hands and touching noses (hongi), in front of the carved gateway of the pa. The gateway is flanked with tawai-sapling fences. Photograph taken between 1906 and 1907, by Leslie Hinge.

Hongi at the inner pa at the New Zealand Exhibition, Christchurch. Shows a line of Maori men and women shaking hands and touching noses, in front o.

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Young Maori girl at Te Ariki Pa. Shows her standing alongside a vegetable garden and a whare. Photograph taken in the by the Burton Brothers.

A chieftainess of Taupo and the King Country: the late Te Rerehau, wife of Te Heuheu Tukino.

A chieftainess of Taupo and the King Country: the late Te Rerehau, wife of Te Heuheu Tukino

Tamati Waka Nene - Lindauer Online - Russell (cemetary) Bay of Islands New Zealand

Tamati Waka Nene - Lindauer Online - Russell (cemetary) Bay of Islands New Zealand

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Hariata Pomare, Kamariera Te Hautakiri Wharepapa, Hare Pomare, in England,

A Declaration of the Independence of New Zealand - He Wakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga o Nu Tirene. On October 28 1835, James Busby called a hui at Waitangi. Thirty-four northern rangatira who became known as the Confederation of United Tribes signed 'A Declaration of the Independence of New Zealand' and called upon King William IV of Britain to become the 'parent' and 'protector' of their infant state.

A Declaration of the Independence of New Zealand - He Wakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga o Nu Tirene. On October 28 1835, James Busby called a hui at Waitangi. Thirty-four northern rangatira who became known as the Confederation of United Tribes signed 'A Declaration of the Independence of New Zealand' and called upon King William IV of Britain to become the 'parent' and 'protector' of their infant state.

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