Rev William Cotton teaching Maori, 1843
Reference Number: MS-0130-038
William Bambridge, writing master at St John's College, Auckland, described this scene in his diary (page 38) in which Rev William Charles Cotton is teaching Maori to a group of middle aged and young women in the vestry. The word on the blackboard is `tamaiti' which Bambridge translates as `a son'
Extent: 1 pieceSepia ink 80 x 50 mm, on sheet 203 x 157. Manuscript
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