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Goodwin, Arnold Frederick, 1890-1978? :In the year 1820 the first plough arrived in the Dominion - and the first page of New Zealand's farming history was written! [Edinburgh? 1930s]

Reference Number: A-236-005

A Maori man working the land with a digging stick (ko) in the foreground, a gourd covered in flax ropes at his side, while two European men in the background by a cabbage tree point out to two Maori men the plough they have brought to New Zealand. Church Missionary Society Missionaries were the first to introduce the plough.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Wood engravings, related to Arnold Frederick Goodwin, Church Missionary Society, Bay of Islands, Ploughing, Ploughs, Missionaries, Men, Maori, Maori - Implements, Maori - Agriculture and Cabbage trees.

Part of:
Goodwin, Arnold Frederick 1890-1978? :[Historical incidents in New Zealand in 1820. Scotland ca 1930], Reference Number A-236-001/006 (3 digitised items)

Extent: 1 b&w art print(s)Wood engraving, 211 x 157 mm. Single art work

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