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Queen's Redoubt and military camp at Pokeno south of Auckland - Photograph taken by Daniel Manders Beere, 1859

Reference Number: PA1-q-320-27-2

View of Queen's Redoubt and grouped tents of a military camp at Pokeno, south of Auckland, seen across lush pastureland. In the foreground is a thick patch of bracken fern and scrub. In the distance, beyond the camp and redoubt, can be seen bush covered hills. Photographed by Daniel Manders Beere in 1859

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1 image, related to Queen's Redoubt (Pokeno), Pokeno, Military camps - New Zealand - Auckland Region, Fortification - New Zealand - Auckland Region, Tents - New Zealand - Auckland Region, Native forest - New Zealand - Auckland Region, Land use - New Zealand - Auckland Region, Pastures - New Zealand - Auckland Region and Meadows - New Zealand - Auckland Region.

Part of:
Marvin album, Reference Number PA1-q-320 (10 digitised items)
Marvin, W G (Captain) :Marvin family photographs, Reference Number PAColl-1526 (10 digitised items)

Extent: 1 b&w original photographic print(s)Albumen print 17.4 x 10.5 cm, on album page 28.7 x 22.8 cm. Single photograph

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