Ross, Malcolm, 1862-1930 :[Maori children and pig at a Kainga, Bay of Plenty Region], [March 1904]
Reference Number: PA1-q-634-20-3
Maori children with a pig, probably at a kainga just to the south of Ruatahuna, photographed in March 1904 by Malcolm Ross.
[Scenes at Ruatahuna and on the Huiarau Trail], Reference Number PA1-q-634-20 (4 digitised items)
Through Tuhoe Land, Reference Number PA1-q-634 (34 digitised items)
Ranfurly family :Photographs, Reference Number PAColl-5745 (114 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original photographic print(s)Toned silver gelatin print 80 x 109 mm, of irregular shape, mounted on album page 255 x 287 mm. Single photograph
Historical Notes: In "Through Tuhoe land" (Christchurch Press, 1904), which describes the vice-regal expedition which is the subject of PA1-q-634, Malcolm Ross states that the party crossed the Huiarau Range and descended the northern side, when "shortly after noon we emerged from a forest into a clearing at the foot of the valley, and presently we came upon a small kianga [sic], where a number of Maoris were cooking their mid-day meal. Pigs and dogs, Maori women and children, were mixed promiscuously about the fire...". Later that day the party reached Ruatahuna.
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Inscriptions: Inscribed - On album page - beneath image: The pig and the pickaninni
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