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Tauataruru, Lake Horowhenua, 11 September 1929

Reference Number: PA1-q-002-125

View of Lake Horowhenua and surrounding country, showing Tauataruru (the small knoll in the centre, on the lakeside), the site of one of the carved posts marking the southern boundary of the original block of land ceded to the Muaupoko tribe by Te Whatanui. Photograph taken 11 September 1929 by G L Adkin.

Key terms:
1 image, related to d Te Whatanui, Horowhenua, Lake, Muaupoko, Lakes - New Zealand - Manawatu-Wanganui Region and Boundaries.

Part of:
Adkin album 13, Reference Number PA1-q-002 (20 digitised items)
Adkin, George Leslie :Photographs of New Zealand geology, geography, and the Maori history of Horowhenua, Reference Number PAColl-0844 (165 digitised items)

Extent: 1 b&w original photographic print(s)Silver gelatin print 105 x 153 mm mounted on album page. Single photograph

Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted

Inscriptions: Inscribed - On album page - beneath image: Tauataruru (the small knoll in centre on lakeside) - the site of one of the great carved posts marking the southern boundary of the original block of land ceded to the Mua-upoko tribe by Te Whatanui ("Te Hekenga", p 18). 11.9.29

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