Hector McLeod & Co :Miramar or Whataitai (Hataitai) in Maori times. No 3. Miramar series. 1907. [Postcard].
Reference Number: Eph-A-MAORI-1907-01
Central panel shows a map of the Miramar Peninsula with Taputerangi Pa, Oruaiti Pa, Te Akautangi Pa, Kakariki Pa, Maupuia Pa, Matakikaipoinga Pa, and the kainga of Te Mahanga and Kau-Whakaara-Waru. Also shown are the sites where various implements have been discovered: adzes, mere, earrings, weapons, chisels, knives, and moa remains. Around the edge are illustrations of Oruaiti Pa, Tami Parata, a moa, a food store, a large umu (oven), and a portrait of Hana Maaka, a descendant of Whataitai rangitira.
1 image, categorised under Book illustrations, Ephemera, Photolithographs and Postcards, related to Kenneth Athol Webster, Hana Maaka, Hector Norman McLeod, Oruaiti pa, Kakariki Pa, Maupuia Pa, Taputeranga Pa, Te Akautangi Pa, Te Mahanga, Kau-Whakaara-Waru, Miramar, Maori - Pa - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Umu and Moa.
Hector McLeod & Co :Miramar or Whataitai (Hataitai) in Maori times. No 3. Miramar series. 1907. [Postcard]., Reference Number Eph-A-MAORI-1907-01 (1 digitised items)
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