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Taylor, Richard, 1805-1873 :A native monument at Waikanae to the memory of Wiremu Kingi father. Feb. 1847.

Reference Number: E-296-q-053-4

Sketch showing a decorated column surrounded by a fence. The words on the monument appear to be: "Ko te Tohu Tenei o Rere Tawangawanga no te 26 o Hepetema i mate i Waikanae 1845".An approximate translation is: "This is the sign for/of Rere Tawangawanga who died at Waikananae on the 26 of September 1845".Wiremu Kingi was the son of Te Rere-ta-whangawhanga (d 1845) and Te Kehu.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Ethnographic images, Ink drawings and Sketches, related to d Te Reretawhangawhanga, Wiremu Kingi Te Rangitake, Waikanae, Te Ati Awa ki Waikanae, Maori - Monuments and Mahi toi.

Part of:
Taylor, Richard, 1805-1873 :Sketchbook. 1835-1860., Reference Number E-296-q (137 digitised items)

Extent: 1 drawing(s) in sketchbook.Pen and ink 65 x 40 mm.. Vertical imageSingle art work

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