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NZ Armed Constabulary at Parihaka, Nov 1881

Reference Number: 10X8-1070-G

Officers of the NZ Armed Constabulary at Parihaka in November 1881. Back, left to right: Captains W E Gudgeon, H Morrison, Gordon, Taylor, Powell, Fortescue, S Newall and Major A Tuke. Front, left to right: Captains Baker and Anderson, Lieutenant-Colonel John Mackintosh Roberts, Captains Gilbert Mair, Henry William Northcroft, W B Messenger and Major F Y Goring. Taken by William Andrews Collis.

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1 image, related to Walter Edward Gudgeon, H Morrison, Gordon 1881, Taylor 1881, Mr Powell, Captain Baker, Captain Anderson, Henry William Northcroft, Forster Yelverton Goring, Gilbert Mair, Percival Trosse Fortescue, William Bazire Messenger, John Mackintosh Roberts, Arthur Tuke, Lieutenant-Colonel Stuart Newall, New Zealand Armed Constabulary, Parihaka Pa and Armed Forces - Officers.

Part of:
Collis, William Andrews, 1853-1920 :Negatives of Taranaki, Reference Number PAColl-3032 (67 digitised items)

Extent: 1 b&w original negative(s)Horizontal imageSingle negative

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Other copies available: File print available in Turnbull Library Pictures10x8 File Print Collection(PFP-023067)

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