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Carbery, Andrew Thomas H 1836-1870 :Camp of the "Flying Column" at Mauku, N[ew] Zealand War, 1863 - [186]4

Reference Number: E-248-q-104

A circular view of a military camp with a church in the background, a flag in the right foreground and several soldiers walking about. There is a defensive earth wall around the church and heavily bushed hills beyond it.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Wash drawings, related to Bishop George Augustus Selwyn, St Bride's Church (Mauku), Mauku, Anglican church buildings - New Zealand - Auckland Region, Soldiers - New Zealand - Auckland Region, Military camps - New Zealand - Auckland Region and Fortification - New Zealand - Auckland Region.

Part of:
Carbery, Andrew Thomas H 1836-1870 :Scrapbook. 1863 - 1868., Reference Number E-248-q (9 digitised items)

Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Ink and wash 196 mm (diameter). Art works

Historical Notes: The Church of St Bride's at Mauku was one of Auckland's "Selwyn churches" (built by Bishop Selwyn) built in 1859 and named for London's St Bride's in Fleet Street. The church was fortified and loopholed for rifles during 1863 to 1864.

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