Earle, Augustus 1793-1838 :Village of Parkuni, River Hokianga. London, lithographed and published by R. Martin & Co 
Reference Number: PUBL-0015-04
A scene at Pakanae, on the southern shore of the Hokianga Harbour, in a Maori kainga, looking out into the harbour with a ship (the Governor Macquarie) and a Maori canoe in the stream. Earle and his friend, Mr Shand, are shown offering ribbons to two young women who are cooking a fish, spiked on a stick, over a fire. The group is watched by a squatting man wrapped in a flax cloak. A storehouse on legs and a low thatched shelter, and food stored in bags tied to tall sticks complete the scene.
1 image, categorised under Portraits and Lithographs, related to Augustus Earle, Governor Macquarie (Ship), Pakanae, Ngapuhi, Travellers, Maori - Food, Maori - Social life and customs, Maori - Pataka, Papakainga and Maori - Pa - New Zealand - Northland Region.
Earle, Augustus 1793-1838 :Sketches illustrative of the Native Inhabitants and Islands of New Zealand from original drawings by Augustus Earle Esq, Draughtsman of H. M. S. "Beagle". London, Lithographed and Published under the auspices of the New Zealan, Reference Number PUBL-0015 (8 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour art print(s)Lithograph, hand-coloured 235 x 368 mm. Art works
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