General Richardson and party visit a Samoan village, ca 1927
Reference Number: PA1-o-446-72
The New Zealand Administrator of Western Samoa, Major General Richardson, listening to a Samoan orator during a visit to a Samoan village. Photographed by Alfred John Tattersall
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Extent: 1 b&w original photographic print(s)Single photograph
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Inscriptions: Inscribed - On album page - above image: An historical photo. This indicates the rising of the organisation of the "Mau". Gen. Richardson visits one of the biggest villages. Note the poor attendance, and the disturbed countenance of the Chief. Gen. Richardson and party listening to the orator's speach.; Album page - beneath image: A visit to a native village. The thatched roofs of the grass of sugar cane. Note the new thatch. Coconut trees, breadfruit trees.
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