Abstract: Maori group at a tangi, alongside a meeting house at Manaia, Coromandel Peninsula, photographed circa 1905. The words written above the door of the meeting house are: "Rahera Titia". Date unknown. Photograph possibly taken by W H Field.
Abstract: View of bush including nikau palms growing in the interior on Great Barrier Island. A man with a long white beard is standing on a felled tree trunk in the middle foreground. Photographed by William Price in early 1900s.
Abstract: Identifies names of pas etc on Kawhia Harbour. Also gives Maori stories and maxims. Includes Te Arawi Pa, Te Kawau Pa, Te Iringa Pa, Ngatoka-kai-riri Island and Pa, Tokakaroro Pa, Matakokoromiko Pa etc. ...
Abstract: Drawn by the New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs Centennial Publications Branch from one published in Collins. 'History of New South Wales' in 1798 by Cadell & Davies, this is a copy of the oldest known map manuscript map made by Maori, and the only example that covers all of both the North and South Islands.
Geographic Location: New Zealand; Auckland Region; North Island; South Island
Abstract: Head and shoulders portrait of Premier Sir George Grey in the centre, with, clockwise from top right, Hon. J. Sheehan, Native Minister, Hon. Robert Stout, Attorney-General, Hon. J. Macandrew, Minister for Public Works, Hon. H. Nahe, Native member of Cabinet, Hon. T. Fisher, Commissioner of Telegraphs, Hon. Col. Whitmore, Colonial Secretary, Hon. John Ballance, Colonial Treasurer.