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The katekita (catechists) left to right Front Row: Nui Hare, Re Te Tai, Heremia Te Wake, Toma Te Whiu, Rini Te Whiu back: Niheta Tukupoto Peita, Father Becker, Te Wau Peita - Photo taken from Panguru and the City (Melissa Matatuna Williams)

The katekita (catechists) left to right Front Row: Nui Hare, Re Te Tai, Heremia Te Wake, Toma Te Whiu, Rini Te Whiu back: Niheta Tukupoto Peita, Father Becker, Te Wau Peita - Photo taken from Panguru and the City (Melissa Matatuna Williams)

From Jill Paaka slideshow

From Jill Paaka slideshow

HEKE/WHAREPAPA WHANAU - Family Tree	TITORE, Cheif (b.1700)

HEKE/WHAREPAPA WHANAU - Family Tree TITORE, Cheif (b.1700)

New Zeland | Portrait of Hati Wira Takahi, Ngapuhi chief.	Hati Wira Takah, King Country | Auckland : E Pulman, c1873

New Zeland | Portrait of Hati Wira Takahi, Ngapuhi chief. Hati Wira Takah, King Country | Auckland : E Pulman, c1873

Whiria Pomare Whetoi II?, Ngäpuhi - Ngā Toi Arts Te Papa - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Whiria Pomare Whetoi II?, Ngäpuhi - Ngā Toi Arts Te Papa - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Portraits of Paora Torotoro, Matenga Tukareaho, Tukaroto Matutaera Potatau Te Wherowhero Tawhiao, and one other unidentified Maori man

Portraits of Paora Torotoro, Matenga Tukareaho, Tukaroto Matutaera Potatau Te Wherowhero Tawhiao, and one other unidentified Maori man

Kereopa Te Rau - Ngāti Rangiwewehi of Te Arawa    Kereopa Te Rau was one of the five original disciples of Te Ua Haumēne, the founder of the Pai Mārire faith. He was a member of Ngāti Rangiwewehi of Te Arawa. This image was taken a month before he was hanged at Napier on 5 January 1872 for the murder of Carl Völkner.

Kereopa Te Rau - Ngāti Rangiwewehi of Te Arawa Kereopa Te Rau was one of the five original disciples of Te Ua Haumēne, the founder of the Pai Mārire faith. He was a member of Ngāti Rangiwewehi of Te Arawa. This image was taken a month before he was hanged at Napier on 5 January 1872 for the murder of Carl Völkner.

Portrait of one of the three wives (whose names are unrecorded) of chief Karaitiana Takamoana's (Ngati te Whatu-i-Apiti and Ngati Kahungungu) by Samuel Carnell, 1878, Aotearoa (New Zealand)

Portrait of one of the three wives (whose names are unrecorded) of chief Karaitiana Takamoana's (Ngati te Whatu-i-Apiti and Ngati Kahungungu) by Samuel Carnell, 1878, Aotearoa (New Zealand)