[Images from Adkin album], 1931, 1932
Reference Number: PA1-f-009-26
Photographed by George Leslie Adkin in 1931 and 1932Top left hand photograph (PA1-f-009-26-213) shows Maori artifacts found in Lake Horowhenua. Photographed 10-11-1931.Top centre photograph (PA1-f-009-26-214) shows two Maori girls of Ngati-wehi-whei hapu at Whakahoro. Photographed 15-11-1931.Top right hand photograph (PA1-f-009-26-215) shows the beach settlemrnt of Manawatu Heads on the north bank of the Manawatu River near it's mouth - the former site Wharangi Kianga. Photographed 24-1-1932.Bottom left photograph (PA1-f-009-26-216) shows a carved bailer and a blackstone adze. Both from the Horowhenua district. Photographed 29-11-1931.Centre left photograph (PA1-f-009-26-217) shows the remains of an old canoe burried in sand on the Rangitikei beach. Photographed 7-2-1932.Bottom left photograph (PA1-f-009-26-218) shows the remains of an old canoe partly excavated from the sand on Rangitikei beach. Photographed 7-2-1932.
1 image, related to George Leslie Adkin, Ruapehu District, Manawatu District, Horowhenua District, Maori, Technology, Waka, Weapons, Maori, Maori - Implements, Wood-carving, Maori and Mahi toi.
Adkin album 27, Reference Number PA1-f-009 (17 digitised items)
Adkin, George Leslie :Photographs of New Zealand geology, geography, and the Maori history of Horowhenua, Reference Number PAColl-0844 (165 digitised items)
Extent: 6 b&w original photographic print(s)Silver gelatin prints. Photographs
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