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Church Missionary Gleaner :Church at Turanga, New Zealand, built by the Maori Christians in 1851. 1884

Reference Number: PUBL-0006-1884-110

Interior of a Gothic Revival-style church, with pillars and wall panels carved in Maori style, lancet windows along the sides and at the east end. A minister is in the pulpit on the right and rows of Maori are seated on benches running the length of the church

Key terms:
1 image, related to Church Missionary Society, Turanga Mission Station, Gisborne, Maori - Missions - New Zealand - Gisborne Region, Anglican church buildings - New Zealand - Gisborne Region, Maori - Architecture, Gothic Revival (Architecture) - New Zealand - Gisborne Region and Wood-carving, Maori.

Part of:
Church Missionary Gleaner for 1884., Reference Number PUBL-0006 (3 digitised items)

Extent: Wood engraving 130 x 190 mm. Single art work

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