Tewhatewha

A fighting staff of wood with one end pointed and the other expanded into a broad blade on one side.

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Portrait of nine Maori men, including Waata Hipango and Takarangi Metekingi, and two Europeans - Photograph taken by William Henry Thomas Partington
Date: [ca 1910] Description: Studio portrait of nine mainly unidentified Maori men in European dress, and two Europeans, five of them holding weapons, circa 1910. Three Koroua (aged Maor...
Rangitupu Take Take - Photograph taken by William Henry Thomas Partington
Date: [ca 1908] Description: Studio portrait of an elderly Rangitupu Take Take sitting cross-legged on a mat in front of a scenic backdrop. He has tooth and ribbon ear drop in his right ...
Studio portrait of a young woman wearing traditional Maori clothing - Photographed by William Henry Thoas Partington
Date: [ca 1910] Description: Studio portrait of an unidentified young woman. She is wearing traditional Maori clothing and is wearing a hui tail feather behind each ear. Photographed sta...
Date: 1889 - 1891 By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886; Kirkwood, Henry William, 1854-1925 Description: A tall Maori man in a tag and pompom style cloak. He has moko. He is holding a tewhatewha in his right hand and part of the palisades of a pa can be seen be...
Date: 1844 - 1889 - 1891 By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886; Kirkwood, Henry William, 1854-1925 Description: A tall Maori man in a tag and pompom style cloak. He has moko. He is holding a tewhatewha in his right hand and part of the palisades of a pa can be seen be...
Date: 1889 - 1891 By: Angas, George French, 1822-1886; Kirkwood, Henry William, 1854-1925 Description: A tall Maori man in a tag and pompom style cloak. He has moko. He is holding a tewhatewha in his right hand and part of the palisades of a pa can be seen be...
Studio portrait of a young woman wearing traditional Maori clothing - Photographed by William Henry Thomas Partington
Date: [ca 1910] Description: Studio portrait of an unidentified young woman. She is wearing traditional Maori clothing and is wearing a hui tail feather behind each ear. Photographed sta...
Mere - Photographed by William Henry Thomas Partington
Date: [ca 1900] Description: Portrait of a young Maori woman identified as Mere, wearing a piupiu, and holding a tewhatewha in her right hand which rests on her shoulder. Photograph take...
Strutt, William 1825-1915 :Tomate. Taranaki. 1856
Date: 1856 By: Strutt, William, 1825-1915 Description: A young man standing, draped in a flax cloak, moko on his chin, two feathers in his hair, ear adornments in each ear, and a tewhatewha in his right hand Qua...
Date: 1908 - 1910 By: Willott, Victor Alfred, 1888-1932; Brett Printing and Publishing Company Ltd Description: Colourful poster has a perpetual calendar in the centre, and is surrounded by advertisements for local businesses of Pukekohe, Papatoetoe, Manurewa, Otahuhu ...