Goodwin, Arnold Frederick, 1890-1978 :Hongi, chief of a small northern tribe, who visited England in 1820, an event which was to change the whole history of the North Island of New Zealand. By courtesy John Walker & Sons, Ltd., Distillers, Kilmarnock. [Edinburgh? 1930s]
- 1930 - 1820 - 1939
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 Islands, where Hongi came from.
Hongi's iwi, Ngapuhi, was a large northern tribe, not a small one.
Other Titles - Hongi Hika
Quantity: 1 b&w art print(s).
Physical Description: Wood engraving, 211 x 157 mm
Provenance: Donated by Mr B N Lindsay of Wellington, in 1984.
Transfers: Transfer from MSS&A 84-145, Macdonald family papers, in 2003..
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- Goodwin, Arnold Frederick, 1890-1978 :[Historical incidents in New Zealand in 1820]. By courtesy John Walker & Sons, Ltd., Distillers, Kilmarnock [Edinburgh? 1930s]
- 1 b&w art print(s), Works of art, Wood engravings, Wood engraving, 211 x 157 mm
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