Robley, Horatio Gordon, 1840-1930 :Gateway of a Maori Pah, or fort at Maketu, New Zealand . Illustrated London news, 1867
Reference Number: PUBL-0033-1867-027
A Maori man and two women seated outside a carved gateway and the palisade of Maketu Pal, near Tauranga. The woman in the white skirt has been identified as Hineaturama, Phillip Tapsell's third wife. The seated man with the spear to the right is Hikaroa. The dog in the foreground was sent from Denmark to Philip Tapsell in New Zealand by his brother. It was a Dutch barge dog.
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Robley, Horatio Gordon, 1840-1930 :Gateway of a Maori Pah, or fort at Maketu, New Zealand . Illustrated London news, 1867, Reference Number PUBL-0033-1867-027 (1 digitised items)
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