[Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :An aged slave woman - Pouketuti [in the interior beyond Mokau]; ornamental paddle[s] belonging to Te Heuheu, the principal chief of Taupo Lake; A child at Te Rapa, Taupo Lake; [and] meri meri of Taupo 
Reference Number: A-020-034-1
An elderly woman, wrapped in a flax cloak, squatting in front of the palisades of a pa at Pouketuti (Puketutu), top left. Two canoe paddles with elaborate carving to the left and right. In the centre, a squatting child and to the right a carved mere with feathers at the handle, from Taupo. Angas was in the Puketutu area in mid-October 1844 and at Taupo in late October - early November.
1 image, categorised under Pencil works, related to George French Angas, Mananui Te Heuheu Tukino II, Puketutu, Taupo, Lake, Ngati Tuwharetoa, Children, Maori, Pa - New Zealand - Waikato Region, Patu, Bone-carving, Maori, Women, Maori, Weapons, Maori, Maori - Implements, Wood-carving, Maori and Slaves.
[Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :An aged slave woman - Pouketuti [in the interior beyond Mokau]; ornamental paddle[s] belonging to Te Heuheu, the principal chief of Taupo Lake; A child at Te Rapa, Taupo Lake; [and] meri meri of Taupo  Patua or b, Reference Number A-020-034 (1 digitised items)
[Angas, George French] 1822-1886 :[Sketchbook 1844], Reference Number A-020 (22 digitised items)
Extent: 5 drawing(s) (on one sheet)Pencil on sheet 315 x 260 mm. Single art work
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