[Williams, Henry] 1792-1867 :Passing through a swamp in New Zealand. [London, Seelys, 1836]
Reference Number: PUBL-0031-1836-1
Shows Henry Wiliams, John Morgan, Alfred Nesbit Brown and Dr William Fairburn, struggling through a flax or raupo edged swamp, assisted by Maori. According to the associated text, 'The scene took place in a journey of hte missionaries to Matamata ... The European to the left is intended for the Rev. Henry Williams; the one on the right for Mr Morgan, who, having slipped into a hole, is being helped out by the native; the two in teh centre for the Rev. A. N. Brown and Dr Fairburn. The image is based on a sketch by Henry Williams now in Auckland Museum.
1 image, categorised under Wood engravings, related to Rev John Morgan, William Thomas Fairburn, Archdeacon Alfred Nesbit Brown, Henry Williams, Church Missionary Society, Matamata-Piako District, Maori - Missions, Raupo, Waikato Region (N.Z.) - Description and travel, Swamps - New Zealand - Waikato Region, Missionaries and Flax.
[Williams, Henry] 1792-1867 :Passing through a swamp in New Zealand. [London, Seelys, 1836], Reference Number PUBL-0031-1836-1 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w art print(s)Wood engraving, 100 x 155 mm. Single art work
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