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Maori soldiers, James Carroll and Richard Seddon at Papawai Pa, Greytown, [ca 1900-1910]

Reference Number: 10x8-1746

Photograph of Maori soldiers and civilians at Papawai Pa, Greytown. Sir James Carroll (standing, centre) and Richard Seddon (on ground, with cloak) are also present. Taken by Frederick William Vosseler circa 1900.

Key terms:
1 image, related to Sir James Carroll, Rt Hon Richard John Seddon, Papawai Pa, Papawai, Ngati Moe, Rangitane, Ngati Kahungunu, Pa and Men, Maori.

Part of:
Bowie, D: Negatives taken by Frederick William Vosseler, Reference Number PAColl-5555 (7 digitised items)

Extent: 1 b&w original negative(s)Horizontal imageSingle negative

Historical Notes: Papawai Pa was the seat of the Maori Parliament in the 1890s; it fell into disrepair in the years following World War I; this photograph may have been taken at one of the patriotic gatherings held at Papawai during the Boer War, or at an important Royal occasion; the soldiers may be members of the Wairarapa Maori Mounted Rifles

Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted

Other copies available: File print available in Pictorial Reference Service920. Carroll, Sir James. c. 1900s(PFP-003051)

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