Interview with Wiremu Tamehana Te Waharoa on the banks of the Waihou River, regarding the purchase by Josiah Clifton Firth (Hohaia) of the Matamata Estates, 1865
Reference Number: MS-Papers-1491-09/1-3-04
Chief Tamihana Te Waharoa was a noted Ngati Haua leader, teacher and diplomat. He was the son of Te Waharoa and Rangi Te Wiwini.Back (L-R): W L C Williams; Josiah Clifton Firth (Hohaia); Wiremu Tamihana Te Waharoa; unknown man. Front (L-R): Purae; Dr Sam; William Australia Graham.Photographer unknown.
1 image, related to William Australia Graham, W L C Williams, Dr Sam, Purae, Wiremu Tamihana Tarapipipi Te Waharoa, Waihou River, Matamata, Ngati Hauaa, Land tenure - New Zealand - Waikato Region and Maori - Land - New Zealand - Waikato Region.
Extent: 1 photographBlack and white print. Manuscript
Historical Notes: Part of research material gathered by Edward Thompson Clifton Firth.
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