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[Ashworth, Edward] 1814-1896 :New Zealand navigators ashore. 1842

Reference Number: A-208-011

Shows Maori canoes, probably in Auckland district, looking along the bluffs at the foreshore towards the town in the middle distance. The sterns of three different canoes can be seen, with two men standing alongside. To the right is a larger seated group at a makeshift camp with a cloak draped over branches for shelter and firewood on the ground

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Watercolours, related to Edward Ashworth, "The world was all before me"; journals and watercolours of Edward Ashworth from the collections of the Alexander Turnbull Library. National Library Gallery, Auckland City, Waka - New Zealand - Auckland Region, Whanau and Camps - New Zealand - Auckland Region.

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[Ashworth, Edward] 1814-1896 :New Zealand navigators ashore. 1842, Reference Number A-208-011 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Pen and sepia wash 179 x 235 mm. Single art work

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