Church Missionary Gleaner :Church at Turanga, New Zealand, built by the Maori Christians in 1851. 1884
- 1851 - 1884 - 1852
Interior of a Gothic Revival-style church, with pillars and wall panels carved in Maori style, lancet windows along the sides and at the east end. A minister is in the pulpit on the right and rows of Maori are seated on benches running the length of the church
Originally published in the Church Missionary Intelligencer, Vol 3, p. 26, 1852.
See also B-051-017, Artist unknown. Native Christian Church at Turanga, New Zealand
Physical Description: Wood engraving 130 x 190 mm
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- Works of art, Albums, Wood engraving 130 x 190 mm
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