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Te Arawa (New Zealand people) -- History

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Edward Payton photographs, etchings and sketchbooks

Identifier: MSS-Archives-FA 2013/02
Scope and Contents

The bulk of the collection consists of photographic prints taken in the early 1900s by Edward Payton. The photographs are mainly of landscapes taken by Payton during his travels around Aotearoa New Zealand, but there are also photographs of Māori, Pākehā settlers, pā sites and settlements. The collection also contains etchings by Payton and photocopies from his sketchbooks.

The collection includes sepia-toned and black and white images in a variety of print sizes.

Dates: 1880 - 1915

Sir George Grey manuscript collection.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-C-16
Scope and Contents Comprises copies of the following Ms from the Sir George Grey Maori Manuscripts Collection of Auckland Public Library. No. 28. Legends, traditions, ceremonies etc. in the New Zealand language, collected by Sir G. Grey. No. 49. Ancient poems, written from the dictation of old chiefs, at Wainui, on the northern shore of Cook's Straits, in the early part of 1851, by Hori Patara, a native of the Ngati Toa tribe. No. 50.Poems and legends written by Himina te Wehi, and other natives. No. 51....
Dates: n.d.