Watkins, Kennett 1847-1933 :Death of Major Von Tempskey at Te-Ngutu-o-te-Manu, New Zealand, 7th September, 1868 / W P lith; [from a painting by Kennett Watkins] Wanganui, A D Willis 
Reference Number: C-033-006
A clearing in bush at Te Ngutu o te Manu, Taranaki, showing Gustavus von Tempsky falling to his death after being shot, his sword in his hand. Another dead soldier lies on the ground to the left, while others remain fighting and a group carries away a wounded man on a stretcher in the right background. Maori in the bush in the left foreground.
1 image, categorised under Chromolithographs, related to Kennett Watkins, William Potts, Gustavus Ferdinand von Tempsky, New Zealand Mail (Newspaper. 1870-1907), Archibald Dudingston Willis (Firm), New Zealand Army Forest Rangers, Te Ngutu-o-te-Manu, Battles, War - Relief of sick and wounded, New Zealand Wars, 1860-1872 - Campaigns - New Zealand - Taranaki Region, Soldiers, Death and Rifles.
Watkins, Kennett 1847-1933 :Death of Major Von Tempskey at Te-Ngutu-o-te-Manu, New Zealand, 7th September, 1868 / W P lith; [from a painting by Kennett Watkins] Wanganui, A D Willis , Reference Number C-033-006 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour art print(s)Chromolithograph, 448 x 628 mm. Single art work
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