Church Missionary Gleaner :Reconciliation of hostile New Zealand tribes . [Engraved by] J. Johnston. London, 1884.
Reference Number: PUBL-0006-1884-022
A scene near Hauraki, 9 April 1851, showing Archdeacon Brown with members of the Tauranga tribes, an orator in the centre, gesturing with an upraised left arm, a spear in his right hand, and another Church Missionary Society missionary negotiating for local tribes. A stream runs between the two groups.
Church Missionary Gleaner for 1884., Reference Number PUBL-0006 (3 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w art print(s) wood engravingWood engraving 100 x 140 mm. Single art work
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