Aotearoaland, Te Rauparaha, Lester Hall, Artist, Bay of Islands, Kiwiana Series

Aotearoaland, Te Rauparaha, Lester Hall, Artist, Bay of Islands, Kiwiana Series

Charles Decimus Barraud 1822-1897: Interior of Otaki Church, ca 1851/Working Men's Education Union WM 13.[1850s or early 1860s] View inside Rangiatea Church Otaki, with Maori seated and standing, listening to a sermon by Octavius Hadfield.

Charles Decimus Barraud 1822-1897: Interior of Otaki Church, ca 1851/Working Men's Education Union WM 13.[1850s or early 1860s] View inside Rangiatea Church Otaki, with Maori seated and standing, listening to a sermon by Octavius Hadfield.

Mrs Ripeka Love with her children Hana, Makere Rangiatea Ralph Love, Wi Hapi and Eruera Te Whiti o Rongomai Love, at the conservatory entrance to 'Taumata", the family residence at Korokoro. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godber in 1916.

Mrs Ripeka Love with her children Hana, Makere Rangiatea Ralph Love, Wi Hapi and Eruera Te Whiti o Rongomai Love, at the conservatory entrance to 'Taumata", the family residence at Korokoro. Photograph taken by Albert Percy Godber in 1916.

Rua Kenana by lester hall

Rua Kenana by lester hall

Te Rauparaha

Te Rauparaha

Tamihana Te Rauparaha, 1869

Tamihana Te Rauparaha, 1869

Rangi Topeora (?-1865/73) was a woman of high rank. She was a niece of the great Ngati Toa leader Te Rauparaha and sister of the formidable warrior Te Rangihaeota. A composer, peacemaker and one of an estimated 5-13 women who signed the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840. She became opposed to the government when her brother became involved in armed conflict with British troops and settlers in 1846. Later she was reconciled to European settlement. Upon being Baptised a Christian she took the name…

Rangi Topeora (?-1865/73) was a woman of high rank. She was a niece of the great Ngati Toa leader Te Rauparaha and sister of the formidable warrior Te Rangihaeota. A composer, peacemaker and one of an estimated 5-13 women who signed the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840. She became opposed to the government when her brother became involved in armed conflict with British troops and settlers in 1846. Later she was reconciled to European settlement. Upon being Baptised a Christian she took the name…

Phillip Waddington Te Rauparaha oil on board signed (centre left) 31 x 25cm, oval

Phillip Waddington Te Rauparaha oil on board signed (centre left) 31 x 25cm, oval

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