Te Pahi, -1810

Ti-pa-te, -1810, Tippahee, -1810, Tippeehee, -1810

Nga Puhi leader, traveller to Sydney. Chief of the Bay of Islands country. Visited Australia in 1806 with his 4 sons. See DNZB (Vol 1, 1769-1869, p475-476)

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Chanteur, Henriette: Eine seltene Naturerscheinung. Der größte bisher bekannte lebende Schweizer Riesen-Ochse, Bruno genannt
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Date: 1806-1817, 1898 By: Bruce, George, 1778?-1819 Ref: MS-0336 Description: Title continues:`...being the memoirs of George Bruce, native of London and first European resident in New Zealand, upon whom on his adoption into the native...
[Lewin, John William] 1770-1819 :[A Hoodee o Gunna, chief of Ranghee Hoo. Between 1815 and 1819].
Date: 1815 - 1819 By: Lewin, John William, 1770-1819 Ref: A-237-042 Description: Shows full-face head and shoulders portrait of a Maori chief with moko, short curly hair, a turkey feather over his right ear, ear ornaments and a feather cl...
Date: 1806-1817, 1907 By: Bruce, George, 1778?-1819 Ref: MS-0337 Description: Bruce describes his experiences in the Bay of Islands, where, as possibly the first white resident he was tattooed and married the daughter of the chief, Te ...
Date: 8 Jan 1806 By: King, Philip Gidley, 1758-1808 Ref: MS-Papers-0720/2 Description: Letter giving information on Australian agriculture and describing the visit of Ti-pa-te, Chief of the Bay of Islands country, and his four sons, to Australi...
Ob'iavlenie k No 92 Moskovskikh Vedomosteii 1835 goda. Sego Noiabria 17go chisla, v Voskresen'e, v 12 chasov dnia budet bol'shoe kormlenie zmiia zhivymi kurami I krolikami, a gieny zhivymi golubia-mi. G Berg, voidia v kletku gieny, budet kormit' eto dikoe I svirepoe zhivotnoe iz svoikh ruk. Karl Berg I Stefani Eller, iz Gamburga, Budut imet' chest', liubiteliam iskusstva i prirody, pokazyvat' Menazheri ... Moscow [Moscow gazette, supplement no 92, November 1835]
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Date: 1810 - 1830 Ref: A-059-008-a Description: The image of the tattooed head of Te Pahi with text below advertising its display (as a shrunken head, or moko mokai) in England between 1810 and 1830 Illus...
Harris, George Prideaux Robert, 1775-1840 :Tippahee a New Zealand chief / eng[rave]d by W Archibald from an original drawing by G P Harris. [London, 1827].
Date: 1827 - 1805 By: Harris, George Prideaux Robert, 1775-1840; Archibald, W, active 1827; Webster, Kenneth Athol, 1906-1967 Ref: A-092-007 Description: Shows a three-quarter-length portrait of a chief with two feathers in his hair, wearing a cloak over one shoulder and a pendant in the shape of a skull, hold...
Artist unknown :Head of Tippahee to be seen at Mr Harrison, Hatter, Market Place, the last week ... King of New Zealand ... [London? ca 1820?]
Date: 1810 - 1890 - 1825 - 1910 By: Webster, Kenneth Athol, 1906-1967 Ref: A-059-008 Description: The image of the tattooed head of Te Pahi with text below advertising its display (as a preserved head, or mokamokai) in England between 1810 and 1820. Addit...
Lewin, John William 1770-1819 :A Hoodee o Gunna chief of Ranghee Hoo. New Zealand. Lewin, del; M. Griffith, sc. London, Published by G. & W B Whittaker. May 1824
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