Rangatira

People with chiefly status, the hereditary leaders of the iwi/tribe and hapū/subtribe. In modern times, Rangatira can also be used for contemporary leaders.

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Date: 1795 - 1805 By: Hodges, William, 1744-1797 Ref: A-111-026 Description: Head and shoulders portrait of a Hawkes Bay chief, Tuanui or Rangituanui, principal chief of Ngati Hikatoa Derived from engraving after Hodges on Cook's 2nd...
Date: [ca 1852-1975] From: King, Michael (Dr), 1945-2004 : Photographs relating to Maori Ref: PAColl-9977-13 Description: Includes:- Chasing whales. Celebrating the end of world War II in Wellington and Auckland, 1945. Troops departing or returning, World War II. Japanese prison...
Date: 1967 By: Sainson, Louis Auguste de, 1800-; Avon Fine Prints; Pictorial Publications Ltd; Maurin, Antoine, 1793-1860 Ref: B-076-003-b Description: Frontal portrait of a Maori chief Printed by Pictorial Publications Ltd No. 27 of a limited edition of 1,000 pritns. Same as B-076-003-a and 003 Extend...
Date: ca 1920s From: Godber, Albert Percy, 1875-1949 :Collection of albums, prints and negatives Ref: PAColl-3039-1-021 Description: Te Whiti's bank in a delapidated condition at Parihaka pa. Photographer was Albert Percy Godber. Quantity: 1 b&w original photographic print(s).
Date: 1856 From: Strutt, William 1825-1915 :A collection of drawings in water colour ink and pencil illustrative of the scenery and early life of settlers and Maoris of New Zealand. 1855-1863. 1st series. By: Strutt, William, 1825-1915 Ref: E-452-f-010-1 Description: A full-length frontal portrait of Tamati Waka Ngaru. He is shown wearing a woven flax cloak, over a European shirt and bow tie. He has moko, short hair and s...
Date: 1882 By: Daily chronicle (London, England) Ref: Eph-D-MAORI-1882-01 Description: A broadsheet advertising the daily edition for 18 July 1882, when there was British involvement in Egypt, and when Maori chiefs were visiting London to prese...
Date: 1803 By: Parkinson, Sydney, 1745-1771; Klauber, Ignaz Sebastian, 1753-1817; Honkoop (Firm); Webster, Kenneth Athol, 1906-1967 Ref: B-054-019 Description: Profile view of a Maori chief with moko. He has a bone comb holding his topknot in place, an ear adornment and a large hei tiki around his neck. He wears a f...
Date: 1853 From: British Library. Department of Manuscripts :Drawings and sketches illustrative of New Zealand. 1849-1850s. [Additional Manuscript 19954. File prints]. By: Barraud, Charles Decimus, 1822-1897 Ref: E-144-060 Description: Standing full length frontal portrait of Te Rangihaeata. He wears a flax cloak with taniko border, covered by a shorter dogskin cloak. He holds a patu in hi...
Date: 1975 By: New Zealand Railways Ref: Eph-F-GAMES-1975-02 Description: A pack of cards with the back featuring the interisland ferry "Aratika" near a coastline. The court cards in the pack are Maori figures: King = Ariki Queen =...
Date: 1975 By: New Zealand Railways Ref: Eph-F-GAMES-1975-01 Description: A pack of cards with the back featuring the interisland ferry "Aratika" near a coastline. The court cards in the pack are Maori figures: King = Ariki Queen ...
Creator unknown : Wiremu Patara Te Tuhi photographed by John Hugh Boscawen
Date: 1901 By: Boscawen, John Hugh, 1851-1937 Ref: 1/2-066298-F Description: Wiremu Patara Te Tuhi, at Mangere, Auckland, 1901, photographed by John Hugh Boscawen. Source of descriptive information - Photographer, date, and location,...
Oliver, Richard Aldworth, 1811-1889 :Te Nangihaeta. New Zealand chief. Capt Oliver delt. Dickinson & Co. lith. [London, 1852]
Date: 1849 - 1852 - 1851 From: Oliver, Richard Aldworth, 1811-1889 :A series of lithographic drawings from sketches in New Zealand. London, Dickinson & Co, [1852] Ref: PUBL-0032-1 Description: Standing portrait of Te Rangihaeata. His face is in profile, and he wears a flax cloak (Kaitaka Paepaeroa) with a taniko (woven border). In his right hand is...
Angas, George French, 1822-1886 :Rangihaeata's celebrated house on the island of Mana called "Kaitangata" (eat man) / George French Angas [delt]; J. W. Giles [lith]. Plate 4. 1847.
Date: 1844 - 1847 From: Angas, George French 1822-1886 :The New Zealanders Illustrated. London, Thomas McLean, 1847. By: Giles, John West, 1801-1870 Ref: PUBL-0014-04 Description: Depicts the whare whakairo (carved house) "Kaitangata" with carved lintel, posts and gables, said by the artist to have been carved by Te Rangihaeata himself...
Angas, George French 1822-1886 :Te Moanaroa (Stephen). Te Awaitaia (William Naylor), Waingaroa. George French Angas [delt]; W. Hawkins [lith]. Plate 5, 1847.
Date: 1844 - 1847 From: Angas, George French 1822-1886 :The New Zealanders Illustrated. London, Thomas McLean, 1847. By: Hawkins, Benjamin Waterhouse, 1807-1894 Ref: PUBL-0014-05 Description: Te Moanaroa (also known as Te Amoahanga and Amoanaroa) of Waingaroa or Raglan Harbour, standing on the left, dressed in a fringed cloak with tassels and pom...
Date: 1824 - 1826 By: Chazal, Antoine, 1793-1854; LeJeune, Jules Louis, active 1804-1851; Tardieu, Ambroise, 1788-1841 Ref: A-092-008-a Description: Shows four figures, Tuai in European dress, the others in Maori traditional dress. 'Songhi', the older bearded figure is Hongi Hika. Same as A-092-008 cf....
Date: 1930 - 1820 - 1939 From: Goodwin, Arnold Frederick, 1890-1978 :[Historical incidents in New Zealand in 1820]. By courtesy John Walker & Sons, Ltd., Distillers, Kilmarnock [Edinburgh? 1930s] Ref: A-236-006-a Description: Half-length portrait of Hongi Hika, shown with full facial moko, in a flax cloak, holding a musket. Behind him is a sailing ship, probably in the Bay of Isla...
Date: 1826 By: Chazal, Antoine, 1793-1854; LeJeune, Jules Louis, active 1804-1851 Ref: A-092-008 Description: Shows a young woman, chief Hongi Hika in a long cloak, Tuai in European dress, and a cloaked figure seated (Te Rangi, the brother of Tuai). Same as A-092-00...
Date: 1885 From: New Zealand Department of Justice, Commissioner of Patents :Collection of Burton Brothers prints By: Burton, Alfred Henry, 1834?-1914 Ref: PA7-36-33 Description: Two men photographed in front of a whare by Alfred Burton in Jun 1885. One man is seated and wrapped in a blanket; the other is standing with a blanket aroun...
Date: [ca 1885] By: Burton Brothers (Dunedin, N.Z.) Ref: PAColl-D-1082 Description: Portrait of Hone Wetere Te Rerenga with his wife (probably his second wife Te Ata Hoani) and son, taken ca 1885 by Alfred H Burton. His wife wears a korowai ...
Hone Wetere Te Rerenga with his wife and son
Date: ca 1885 From: Original photographic prints and postcards from file print collection, Box 15 By: Burton Brothers (Dunedin, N.Z.) Ref: PAColl-7081-39 Description: Hone Wetere Te Rerenga with his wife (probably his second wife Te Ata Hoani) and son, circa 1885. His wife wears a korowai (Maori tag cloak). Photograph take...