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Henare Taratoa: a chief of the Ngai Te Rangi tribe, in the heroic act of getting water for the British wounded at the battle of Gate Pa, a Maori victory in the Waikato War, 28 April 1864. Watercolour by H.G. Robley, 1864.

Robley, Horatio Gordon, 1840-
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28 April 1864

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Credit: Henare Taratoa: a chief of the Ngai Te Rangi tribe, in the heroic act of getting water for the British wounded at the battle of Gate Pa, a Maori victory in the Waikato War, 28 April 1864. Watercolour by H.G. Robley, 1864. Credit: Wellcome Collection. Public Domain Mark


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Henare Taratoa (Flag at the Gate Pa) 28 April 1864.

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[Place of publication not identified], 28 April 1864.

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1 painting : watercolour ; sheet 21.9 x 18.4 cm

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 527803i

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  • English


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