[Oliver, Richard Aldworth] 1811-1889 :[A korero ; Te Rangihaeata addressing the Governor-in-Chief (Sir George Grey) at Waikanae, 1851]
Reference Number: C-054-018
Shows Sir George Grey, seated, Te Rangihaeata with outstretched arm, groups of Maori, house on hill on right, middle distance
1 image, categorised under Landscapes and Watercolours, related to d Te Rangihaeata, Sir George Grey, Richard Aldworth Oliver, Jonathan Grant Galleries, Waikanae, Tararua Range, Otaki, Ngati Raukawa ki te Tonga, Ngati Toa, Te Ati Awa ki Waikanae, Horses, Maori - Orators, Maori - Social life and customs, Dwellings, Maori - Clothing and Cabbage trees.
[Oliver, Richard Aldworth] 1811-1889 :[A korero ; Te Rangihaeata addressing the Governor-in-Chief (Sir George Grey) at Waikanae, 1851], Reference Number C-054-018 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour & pencil 368 x 540 mm. Horizontal imageSingle art work
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Inscriptions: Inscribed - Verso - Eloquence is as much valued by these people as by more educated races. Upon this occassion the Governor in chief (Sir George Grey) was addressed by Te Rangihaeta [sic] who if not so eloquent was highly energetic. His forte lay more in the field than the council while Te Rauperaha [sic] was famous for his oratory. This scene took place at Waikeni [sic] near Cooks Strait 1851 G C S O 1929 [?]; Verso - Mr G C S Oliver, The Croft, Manton, Oakham, Rutland, England
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