[Wallis, James], 1809-1896 :Wesleyan mission station at Waingaroa, New Zealand [1836?]. Natives assembling to worship. Baxter's Patent Oil Printing. London, Wesleyan Missionary Society, 1846.
Reference Number: B-088-014
A church and mission station on the north side of the Waingaro (Raglan) Harbour, Waikato. Te Horea, the first mission station of James and Mary Ann Wallis is shown. There are Maori and Pakeha walking up the path to the church, others standing on the bank of the river and two canoes emptying their passengers, with three more drawing up.
1 image, categorised under Baxter prints and Ethnographic images, related to George Baxter, Rev James Wallis, Wesleyan Missionary Society, Raglan Harbour, Te Horea, Maori - Missions, Methodist church buildings - New Zealand - Waikato Region, Mission stations - New Zealand - Waikato Region and Waka.
[Wallis, James], 1809-1896 :Wesleyan mission station at Waingaroa, New Zealand [1836?]. Natives assembling to worship. Baxter's Patent Oil Printing. London, Wesleyan Missionary Society, 1846., Reference Number B-088-014 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour art print(s)Baxter print 94 x 160 mm. Single art work
Historical Notes: Rev. James Wallis occupied two different mission stations on the shores of Raglan Harbour, the first, Te Horea near the northern mouth of the harbour, the later, from 1838-1862, at Nihinihi, somewhat inland and south of the harbour
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