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[Haast, John Francis Julius von], 1822-1887 :Hokitika near mouth. July 1 1865.

Reference Number: C-097-028

Shows a panorama looking north and south from the mouth of the Hokitika River with shipwrecks near the bar to the right, the river winding inland to the left, the town and wharves to the far right and the Southern Alps in the background. Many peaks are identified, including, from left, North Range Kanieri, South Range Kanieri, Browning Pass, Mount Cook, Mount Stokes, Mount Hooker

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1 image, categorised under Watercolours and Panoramic views, related to La Perouse, Mount, Hooker, Mount, Aoraki, Hokitika River, Hokitika, Browning Pass, Mountains - New Zealand - West Coast Region and Shipwrecks - New Zealand - West Coast Region.

Part of:
Haast, John Francis Julius von (Sir), 1822-1887 :[Topographical drawings from South Island surveys] 1860-1868, Reference Number C-097-001/181 (56 digitised items)

Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Pencil and watercolour, 128 x 1325 mm. Horizontal imageSingle art work

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