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Angas, George French, 1822-1886 :Monument to Te Whero Whero's daughter, at Raroera Pah / George French Angas [delt]; J. W. Giles [lith]. Plate 10. 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-0014-10 Description: Shows intricately carved wooden mausoleum (papatupapaku), about twelve or fourteen feet high, in which the body would have been placed upright. Angas visite...
Illustrated New Zealand news :Russell's gold battery on the Tararu Creek. 1885
Date: 1885 From: Illustrated New Zealand News. Dunedin, 1883-1887 Ref: PUBL-0110-1885-003 Description: Battery buildings including a large wheel at the foot of a bush-clad hill, with Tararu Stream in the foreground. There is a bridge over the stream close to t...
P., C., fl 1880 :Trying to raise a flame. Parihaka. 1880.
Date: 1880 From: New Zealand punch (Christchurch). Vol 1, no 1 (6 September 1879 - 32 (22 May 1880) Ref: PUBL-0097-1880-405 Description: Shows "Betsy Bryce" (John Bryce), using bellows to accelerate the fire under the "Parihaka" cauldron, containing Maori figures. Mr Punch stands behind the po...
Dittmer, Wilhelm, 1866-1909 :Maui fishing New Zealand out of the ocean. [London, Routledge, 1907]
From: Dittmer, Wilhelm, 1866-1909 :Te Tohunga. The ancient legends and traditions of the Maoris, orally collected and pictured by W. Dittmer. London, Routledge, 1907 By: Dittmer, Wilhelm, 1866-1909 Ref: PUBL-0088-049 Description: An imaginative reconstruction to illustrate a legend titled Maui - the creation of New Zealand, showing Maui fishing the North Island up out of the sea. Ext...
Williams, Samuel, 1788-1853 :A stage erected for a New Zealand feast [1835].
Date: 1835 From: Yate, William, 1802-1877 :An account of New Zealand; and of the formation and progress of the Church Missionary Society's position in the northern island. London, Seeley & Burnside, 1835. By: Williams, Samuel, 1788-1853 Ref: PUBL-0101-139 Description: Shows a scaffolding structure of triangular cross section (possibly conical plan), rising to a point. It has fifteen stages, on which figures are standing as...
Saxton, John Waring 1806-1866 :The town and part of the harbour of Nelson in 1842, about a year after its first foundation / drawn by John Saxton Esqr; Day & Haghe lithrs. London, Smith Elder & Co., [1845]. [Central section]
Date: 1842 - 1845 From: Wakefield, Edward Jerningham 1820-1879 :Illustrations to "Adventure in New Zealand". Lithographed from original drawings taken on the spot by Mrs Wicksteed, Miss King, Mrs Fox, Mr John Saxton, Mr Charles Heaphy, Mr S. C. Brees and Captain W. Mein Smith. London, Smith Elder & Co, 1845. By: Saxton, John Waring, 1807-1866 Ref: PUBL-0011-06-2 Description: Shows and names important features: Printing Office of the Nelson Examiner, jail, immigration barracks, survey office, church, hospital, courthouse, governme...
Bevalet, Antoine Germain, 1779-ca 1850 :Helice de radama ... Madagascar ... Bulime de Shongi ... Bulimus Shongii (Less.) Nouv. Zelande. Bevalet pinx. Coutant sculp. Voy. de la Coquille. Mollusques. no. 7. [Paris], Remond, [1826]
Date: 1824 From: Duperrey, Louis Isidore, 1786-1865 :Voyage autour du monde ... (Paris, Arthus Bertrand, 1826). Atlas. Zoologie. By: Bevalet, Antoine Germain, 1779-1850?; Coutant, Jean Louis Denis, 1776- Ref: PUBL-0116-mol-07 Description: Snails and their shells, with a large Madagascan specimen at the top of the page, A Chilean snail crawling along a branch in the centre, small shells from Ta...
Illustrated London news :Views in New Zealand. The Great South Road, near Shepherd's Bush, the scene of the attack upon the escort on July 17 (London, 1863)
Date: 1863 By: Illustrated London news (Newspaper); Hoyte, John Barr Clark, 1835-1913 Ref: PUBL-0033-1863-477 Description: A road carved out through dense bush, with infantry marching along it. There are large trunks from the cleared bush in the right foreground The incident too...
Church Missionary quarterly papers :Church Missionary settlement at Rangihoua, N. Z. 1832
Date: 1832 Ref: PUBL-0031-1832-66 Description: A view from across a bay, looking towards the steep promontory which held the pa at Rangihoua. The mission station is on the flat land at the water's edge to...
Illustrated London news :The wreck of H. M. S. Orpheus on Manukau Bar, New Zealand. [London, 1863]
Date: 1863 By: Illustrated London news (Newspaper) Ref: PUBL-0033-1863-437 Description: The Orpheus in a gale, half-submerged and with timber and other objects floating around her. Another ship is visible in the left background and there are hil...
Taylor, Richard, 1805-1873 :The geysers of Orakokorako. [1855].
Date: 1855 From: Taylor, Richard, 1805-1873 :Te Ika a Maui, or, New Zealand and its inhabitants, illustrating the origin, manners, customs, mythology, religion, rites, songs, proverbs, fables, and language of the natives ; together with the geology, natural history, productions, and climate of the country, its state as regards Christianity, sketches of the principal chiefs, and their present position. London, Wertheim and Macintosh, 1855. Ref: PUBL-0183-224-opp Description: Shows a group of Maori youths playing in a hot pool at Orakei Korako, and two cloaked Maori admiring the geyser playing in the background. In the right dista...
Willis, Archibald Duddington (Firm) :Lyttelton Harbour, N. Z. W. Potts, lith, A. D. Willis lithographer, Wanganui, N. Z. W. Wheeler & Son, photo. [Plate 8, 1889]
Date: 1889 From: Wakefield, Edward 1845-1924 :New Zealand illustrated. The story of New Zealand and descriptions of its cities and towns by Edward Wakefield; also (by various writers) the natural wonders of New Zealand (past and present). Wanganui. A. D. Willis, 1889. By: Edmund Wheeler & Son (Firm) Ref: PUBL-0019-08 Description: An extensive view of Lyttelton Harbour looking north towards the Sumner Road, and taking in a steam train in the left foreground, the wharves, shipping and w...
Brees, Samuel Charles, 1810-1865 :Pitone Pa, Wellington, 59. Engraved by Henry Melville. Drawn by S C Brees. [London, 1847].
Date: 1842 - 1847 From: Brees, Samuel Charles, 1810-1865 :Pictorial Illustrations of New Zealand. [Plate 20]. Pitone Pa, Wellington, 59; Tinakori Road Wellington, 60; Residence of His Honor Judge Halswell at Ohiro. Engraved by Henry Melville. Drawn by S C Brees. [London, 1847]. Ref: PUBL-0020-20-1 Description: Shows the Pitone or Petone pa on the waterfront at Petone, with a waka pulled up on the beach at the right. Several groups of Maori stand in the foreground. ...
Malony, Frank P. :The charge of the New Zealand cavalry at the Battle of Orakau [1864]. [Drawn by] Frank P. Malony. A. Hayman sc. Picturesque Atlas of Australasia, 1886
Date: 1864 - 1886 From: Picturesque atlas of Australasia. Edited by Andrew Garran. Melbourne, Picturesque Publishing Co. Ltd, 1886 By: Hayman, A, active 1880s; Malony, Frank P, active 1880s Ref: PUBL-0197-3-569 Description: Mounted officers, swords at the ready, charging Other Titles - Engraved by A. Hayman Extended Title - From: Picturesque atlas of Australasia. Melbourne, Pic...
Illustrated London news :Cutting the first turf of the railway at Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand. London, 1865
Date: 1864 - 1865 By: Illustrated London news (Newspaper) Ref: PUBL-0033-1865-01 Description: A crowd of people around a large flag, watching a woman pushing a wheelbarrow holding a spade, along a line marked by a small fence. Troops (or the Constabul...
Redmayne, Thomas, fl 1880s-1890s :Attack on the Maori Pah at Rangiriri. [1863]
Date: 1863 From: Cassell's picturesque Australasia, edited by E. E. Morris. London, Cassell & Co, 1890 By: Redmayne, Thomas, active 1880s-1890s Ref: PUBL-0046-4-39 Description: British soldiers storming Rangiriri Pa, with Maori visible in the background beyond the palisades, returning fire. One soldier falls wounded in the centre an...
Punch :Here and there; or, emigration a remedy. London, 8 July 1848.
Date: 1848 From: Punch. (London) Ref: PUBL-0043-1848-15 Description: Two contrasting scenes. On the left ("Here". i.e England), a vagrant family of parents and four barefooted ragged children, standing outside a building, with...
Watkin, Harriet Kerr, 1839?-1891 :Waingaroa Mission house and church - Rev. J. Wallis's station / from sketch by Mrs W. J. Watkin [ca 1860]
From: Morley, William, (Rev. Dr), 1842-1926 :The history of Methodism in New Zealand. (Wellington, McKee & Co, 1900) By: Watkin, Harriet Kerr, 1839-1891 Ref: PUBL-0205-081 Description: A view of Raglan Harbour (Whaingaroa or Whaingaro) looking towards Nihinihi with Rev. James Wallis' Methodist mission station and church on low hills near t...
Rouargue, Emile, ca 1795-1865 :Sauvages de la Nouvelle Zelande / Rouargue del. Paris, Furne [1859]
Date: 1828 - 1838 - 1859 From: Dumont d'Urville, Jules Sebastien Cesar, 1790-1842 :Histoire generale des voyages ... Tome 2; voyage autour du monde. Paris, Furne, 1859. By: Rouargue, Emile, 1795?-1865 Ref: PUBL-0040-01 Description: A group of Maori engaging in a cannibal feast beside the sea or a lake, with a canoe drawn up beside them, and two heads on poles. Rouargue, the artist, is...
Illustrated London news :Kaitangata Coal Mine. The pit after the explosion. [London, 1879]
Date: 1879 By: Illustrated London news (Newspaper) Ref: PUBL-0033-1879-001 Description: The exterior of the Kaitangata mine with mine machinery and structures, smoke rising from several points, and crowds of people outside the entrance. Coal tru...
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