Earle, Augustus 1793-1838 :Kororadika Beach, Bay of Islands. London, lithographed and published by R. Martin & Co 
Reference Number: PUBL-0015-06
A European man, probably Earle himself, being led down a steep path by a Maori with a mere on his wrist and a taiaha over his shoulder and gesturing towards the beachside settlement of Kororareka (Russell) in the background. A second Maori man is behind Earle, carrying his baggage with a gourd balanced atop the load. There is a ship in the bay, two canoes being rowed into shore, other canoes pulled up on the beach, and European houses on the flat land at the water's edge. Several whare, a storage platform and felled tree trunks to the right on the hill. A cabbage tree and another tall tree frame the view on the left.
1 image, categorised under Portraits and Lithographs, related to Augustus Earle, Russell, Ngapuhi, Dwellings - New Zealand - Northland Region, Clearing of land - New Zealand - Northland Region, Travel, Waka, Weapons, Maori, Maori - Pa - New Zealand - Northland Region and Cabbage trees.
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 239 x 368 mm. Art works
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