Interview with Wiremu Tamehana Te Waharoa on the banks of the Waihou River, regarding the purchase by Josiah Clifton Firth (Hohaia) of the Matamata Estates

Interview with Wiremu Tamehana Te Waharoa on the banks of the Waihou River, regarding the purchase by Josiah Clifton Firth (Hohaia) of the Matamata Estates
Date
1865
Ref
MS-Papers-1491-09/1-3-04
Description

Chief Tamihana Te Waharoa was a noted Ngati Haua leader, teacher and diplomat. He was the son of Te Waharoa and Rangi Te Wiwini.

Back (L-R): W L C Williams; Josiah Clifton Firth (Hohaia); Wiremu Tamihana Te Waharoa; unknown man. Front (L-R): Purae; Dr Sam; William Australia Graham.

Photographer unknown.

Part of research material gathered by Edward Thompson Clifton Firth.

Quantity: 1 photograph(s).

Physical Description: Black and white print

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Part of
Firth family : Papers / Writings of E T Firth
Format
1 photograph(s), Photographs, Black and white print
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Interview with Wiremu Tamehana Te Waharoa on the banks of the Waihou River, regarding the purchase by Josiah Clifton Firth (Hohaia) of the Matamata Estates. Firth family : Papers. Ref: MS-Papers-1491-09/1-3-04. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. /records/22489854

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