Pomare, Hare, active 1863-1864

Nga Puhi. Of Mahurangui. Son of Pomare II, of Ngati Manu. Husband of Hariata Pomare. One of a group of Maori who visited England in 1863, on a tour organized by William Jenkins. See DNZB (1990, Vol 1, 1769-1869, p347-348)

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Date: 1863 From: Illustrated London news :Clippings related to New Zealand [ca 1842-1890] By: Illustrated London news (Newspaper) Ref: E-106-f-029-1 Description: W Jenkins (interpreter)with a group of Maori chiefs who were taken to England in 1863. Back, from left: W Jenkins, interpreter; Horomana Te Atua; Hapimana Ng...
Date: 1845-1882 By: Colenso, William, 1811-1899 Ref: MS-Papers-0792/2 Description: Contains letters from Maori to Colenso about the erection of chapels, reports about the activities and plans of Maori teachers, parishioners and others, repo...
Maori group who visited England with William Jenkins
Date: [ca 1863] From: Harding, William James, 1826-1899 :Negatives of Wanganui district Ref: 1/1-000048-G Description: Maori group who visited England with William Jenkins in 1863-1864. From left to right: Takerei Ngawaka, Hirini Pakia, Tere Pakia (Hariata Te Iringa), Horomon...
Date: 1863 By: Jenkins, William, 1813-1867 Ref: MS-1084 Description: Scrapbook of contemporary English newspaper clippings concerning the visit of Te Wharepapa, Hare Pomare and others to England under the care of Jenkins Sour...
Date: 1863-1864, [1953] From: Pycroft, Arthur Thomas, 1875-1971: Papers Ref: MS-Papers-11820-1 Description: Comprises a looseleaf transcription of William Jenkins' Diary (Jun 1863 - Feb 1864) covering the period of the Maori Chiefs visit to Queen Victoria. Members ...
The Illustrated London News :Native chiefs from New Zealand. 1863. London; Illustrated News 1863
Date: 1865 - 1863 - 1864 By: Illustrated London news (Newspaper) Ref: A-018-001 Description: A group of Maori with their interpreter, William Jenkins, depicted in London during their visit to England, 1863-1864. Accompanying clipping describes the c...
Illustrated London news :Native chiefs from New Zealand. Mr W Jenkins, interpreter; Horomana Te Atua; Hapimana Ngapiko; Wharepapa; Pomare; Paratene Te Manu; Kihirini Te Tuahu; Takerie Ngawaka; Tere Te Iringa; Hariata Pomare, Reihana Taukawau; Hirini Pakia; Ngahuia; Wiremu Pou. [London, 1863]
Date: 1863 - 1864 By: Illustrated London news (Newspaper) Ref: PUBL-0033-1863-68 Description: W Jenkins (interpreter)with a group of Maori chiefs who were taken to England in 1863. Back, from left: W Jenkins, interpreter; Horomana Te Atua; Hapimana Ng...
Date: 1863 - 1864 Ref: A-018-005 Description: Subject: Rev William Jenkins and a group of Maori on a visit to England, 1863. They are shown with the Prince and Princess of Wales. Title from partly fragm...
Bambridge (England; Private Photographer to the Queen) :Portrait of Hare Pomare and his wife at Windsor Castle
Date: 1863 By: Bambridge, William, 1819-1879 Ref: PA2-2742 Description: Inscriptions: Verso - Hare Pomare and his wife. Photographed at Windsor castle 1863 - Bambridge Queen's private photographer Quantity: 1 b&w original photo...
Hariata Pomare, Kamariera Te Hautakiri Wharepapa, Hare Pomare, in England
Date: 1863 or 1864 By: Heath, Vernon, 1819?-1895 Ref: PA2-0848 Description: Maori group who visited England with William Jenkins in 1863-1864. From left to right: Hariata Pomare, Kamariera Te Hautakiri Wharepapa, and Hare Pomare. Pho...
Date: 1863 - 1864 From: Illustrated London news :Various scenes of early New Zealand published in the Illustrated London News. 1860s By: Illustrated London news (Newspaper) Ref: B-070-003-2 Description: W Jenkins (interpreter)with a group of Maori chiefs who were taken to England in 1863. Back, from left: W Jenkins, interpreter; Horomana Te Atua; Hapimana Ng...
Date: 1863 - 1990 By: Strutt, William, 1825-1915; National Library of New Zealand Ref: C-123-005/005-a Description: Shows Hare Pomare, his wife Hariata Pomare, their son Albert Victor Pomare, and ancestor Eruera Maihi Patuone, with Mount Taranaki in left background. Poster...
[Nops, John George, d 1847] :Plan of the road taken by the combined forces on their march to attack the rebel chief Kawiti, Decr & Jany 1845 & 1846. - Scale [ca. 1;63 360] - [ca 1846?]
Date: 1845 - 1846 From: Balneavis, Henry Colin, 1818-1876 :[Album, 1830s-1914] By: Nops, John George, -1847 Ref: E-952-f-109 Description: Lithograph map, showing route taken by soldiers from Waikare Inlet, via Kawakawa River River to Kawiti's Pa at Ruapekapeka Compare similar but more detailed...
[Nops, John George, d 1847] :Plan of the road taken by the combined forces on their march to attack the rebel chief Kawiti, Decr & Jany 1845 & 1846. - Scale [ca. 1;63 360] - [ca 1846?]
Date: 1845 - 1846 From: Williams, John, d 1905 :Maori war sketches [by John Williams, Cyprian Bridge and other artists] 1845-1850 By: Nops, John George, -1847 Ref: E-320-f-001 Description: Lithograph map, possibly unpublished, showing route taken from mouth of Waikare River to Kawiti's Pa Extended Title - In: Maori war sketches, 1845-1850, acq...
Date: 8 Sep-14 Dec 1863 From: Colenso, Elizabeth, 1821-1904 : Diaries and notebooks Ref: MS-0561 Description: Mentions the Pomares in Tottenham, England Quantity: 1 volume(s). Physical Description: Holograph
Date: 1934-1937 From: Stowell, Henry Matthew, 1859-1944 :Papers Ref: MS-Papers-0062-66 Description: Includes clippings on Maori history, trans-Pacific migration, New Zealand and Pacific Island flora and fauna, moko, geography and poetry Quantity: 1 folder(...
Date: 1944-1954 Ref: MS-1941 Description: Chapters include the Church Missionary Society, William Thomas Fairburn, William Colenso, recollections of Elizabeth Colenso and Mrs W H Simcox, the Maori pa...
Date: 1863 - 1990 From: Various artists :Encounter with Eden ; cards / Wellington, National Library of New Zealand, 1990 By: Strutt, William, 1825-1915 Ref: E-279-q-126 Description: Reproduction of an oil painting by William Strutt produced for `Encounter with Eden', an exhibition of paintings and drawings from the Rex Nan Kivell Collect...
Date: 29 Jul-8 Sep 1863 From: Colenso, Elizabeth, 1821-1904 : Diaries and notebooks Ref: MS-0559 Description: Mentions Jenkins party of Maoris in England, Hare Pomare & wife; also Wi Repa Quantity: 1 volume(s). Physical Description: Holograph
Date: 1863-1864 By: Mackrell, Brian Heslop, 1939-2006 Ref: 84-170 Description: Comprises facsimiles of original correspondence from and British institutions relating to Jenkins' party's visit to England, 1863-1864 The collection relate...